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New Technologies for Safer Paddling

New technologies are making long distance kayaking trips easier to plan and safer to execute. Many of these technologies are available on your mobile phone...

BRCC Whitewater Weekend

BRCC has made the most of the updated Covid restrictions by holding a big Whitewater Weekend on the Mann River. The weekend saw great...

When do I Stop Racing?

My kayaking compatriot and rival for the past two decades, Jim Layton, was faced with this conundrum. He has had a few health hiccups...
Six paddlers commencing a race, with other paddlers in the background.

Return to Marathon 2021 – one last race.

That's right, with the easing of restrictions, and the promised return to Community Sport, we are planning for one last race in the 2021...

Faux Handicap Club Races at Bonville Creek

Faux handicap races have been the sanity savers for members of Bonville Creek Kayak Club. They have been even more popular during COVID-19 LockDowns as...

Hawkesbury Classic Fundraiser 2021

Apart from the huge disappointment for paddlers and organisers stemming from the cancellation of this year’s Classic, the biggest loser has been the fantastic...

John Lambert – Penrith Video Story

Paddlers in the Penrith Marathon Series round could not have missed the movie studio set up 2.5km upstream of the start. That was John...

Share Your Diversity With Us

PaddleNSW is committed to becoming an inclusive and diverse organisation. We are gathering information on activities undertaken by clubs and members in this space already...
Female paddler in a sea kayak on the calm water of a bay in Sydney Harbour.

Staying Engaged with Paddling through Lockdown

Here are some ideas to stay engaged with paddling through the lockdown, from checking in with your community to exploring ways to engage with SUPtember.

Slalom Committee Update

The PaddleNSW Slalom Committee has recently reformed with the aim of rebuilding the sport from the base once Covid restrictions allow. The committee has...