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The club runs a weekly training session on Saturday Mornings from 7.00 at the Waterford Boat Ramp.

This is a good opportunity to come and try kayaking. New paddlers are most welcome. Equipment is available and the session costs $10 please contact the club to arrange an initial paddle.

GLPC welcomes current and future paddlers to come along and enjoy the fun and exercise that canoeing can offer. In a friendly way we encourage all to enjoy the Logan River.

 A feature of our Saturday morning training sessions is the post match cuppa. Occasionally we get spoilt with muffins.

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  • Entries now open for the PA 2022 Canoe Marathon Championships. March 17, 2022
    On behalf of Paddle Australia (PA), the PA Canoe Marathon Technical Committee, and the entire paddling community, we are delighted to welcome you to the PA 2022 Canoe Marathon Championships proudly supported by Major Events Gold Coast. Click here to download the event booklet. Not a Member? Click here to Signup! If your event is […]
  • PA Canoe Sprint + Paracanoe Teams for 2022 March 4, 2022
    Paddle Australia (PA) has announced the athletes who have been selected to the Senior, Paracanoe and U23 National teams for 2022. Following selection at the 2022 PA Canoe Sprint Grand Prix 2 earlier this month, PA has selected a 10-strong Senior National team, with an additional 10 athletes to the U23 World Championship team, and […]
  • State Championships Postponed February 28, 2022
    Dear Paddlers, I hope you are doing well during the current times. While the worst of the weather seems to be behind us, the ongoing effects to the community are still likely to be felt over the next month. We are aware some of our member clubs have been heavily impacted during the weekends events and […]
  • Are you the next QAS Sprint Kayak Head Coach? February 28, 2022
    Paddle Australia, in conjunction with the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS), is seeking a Sprint Kayak Head Coach. The role of the Head Coach will be to provide effective coaching, technical leadership and a quality performance environment to identified sprint kayak athletes within Queensland (QLD) and to develop talented sprint kayak athletes who demonstrate the […]
  • You for 2032! February 17, 2022
    The Queensland Academy of Sport’s You for 2032 program is Australia’s largest athlete talent identification program. You for 2032 is a quest to find and develop athletes to win on the world stage at the 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games. About the program The program aims to identify aspiring athletes aged 13 to 23 […]

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  • Sprint Kayakers looking to continue form in Poland this weekend May 26, 2022
    After a stunning opening to the ICF Sprint World Cup season last weekend, the Australian Canoe Sprint team have arrived in Poznan, Poland for the second event of the season. The 2022 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup gets underway on Thursday 26 May, with our Aussies set to be joined by seven of their para […]
  • PADDLE AUSTRALIA WELCOMES ROS LAWRENCE AS CANOE SLALOM PERFORMANCE PATHWAYS LEAD May 23, 2022
    Paddle Australia is pleased to announce former World Champion Ros Lawrence as the new Performance Pathways Lead for Canoe Slalom. Ros is a highly respected paddler, having won an array of medals during her competitive career which spanned almost 15 years, from 2005 to 2019. Her career as a high performance athlete has given her […]
  • On The Water With Terry Bolland: the 70-year-old paddling 365 days in a row to raise money for prostate cancer research May 23, 2022
    At 7.45pm on Thursday 19th May, Terry Bolland reached the 13,000km mark. That’s 13,000km paddled on the flat, non flowing water of Perth’s Swan River, every single day since June 3, 2021, the day of his 70th birthday.  Today, on Tuesday 24 May, Bolland is just 10 days away from achieving his goal of paddling […]
  • PADDLE AUSTRALIA CONFIRMS AUSTRALIAN SENIOR CANOE SLALOM TEAM FOR 2022 May 23, 2022
    Paddle Australia is pleased to confirm the athletes who will represent Australia in Canoe Slalom on the upcoming ICF World Cup circuit and ICF World Championships. Following selection at the 2022 ICF Oceania Canoe Slalom Championships and 2022 PA Canoe Slalom Australian Open earlier this year, and selection of the Junior and U23 teams last […]
  • AUSTRALIAN SPRINT KAYAKERS SECURE MEDALS AT OPENING ICF WORLD CUP IN CZECH REPUBLIC May 22, 2022
    Overnight Australia’s sprint kayak team dominated the opening ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Racice, taking home gold, two silver and two bronze medals in their first international outing since the Tokyo Olympic Games.  Dual Olympian Aly Bull came out firing in the women’s K1 1000 securing the gold medal, four seconds ahead of Justyna […]