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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  • Race 2 of the PCMS is this Sunday! June 14, 2022
    Round 2 is on this Sunday with Registrations Closing on Thursday. Click Here to register! For more information on the 2022 Pacific Coast Marathon Series Click Here.
  • 2022 Calendar Update June 14, 2022
    Events Calendar To ensure paddlers are aware of the range of events available, the below calendar has been collated for your reference.To view/download the calendar click here. Recreation Calendar To ensure the greater paddling community are aware of the range of recreational activities available, the below calendar has been collated for your reference.To view/download the calendar click here. Education Calendar To ensure the greater paddling […]
  • 2022 State Championships Calendar June 14, 2022
    Canoe Marathon: 8 – 9th October, Coomera (inc Schools) SUP Technical: 8th October, Coomera SUP Distance: 9th October, CoomeraCanoe Ocean Racing: 6th November, Gold Coast SUP Ocean Racing: 6th November, Gold Coast Canoe Sprint: 2nd – 4th December, Lake Kawana (inc Schools) SUP Sprint: 4th December, Lake Kawana Canoe Polo: TBC More information to follow.
  • 2022 Annual Awards Update June 14, 2022
    Paddle Queensland presents a number of awards to recognise individuals and clubs that have made a significant contribution to paddling.For the 2022 Annual Awards, Paddle Queensland will review key events, courses and activities to collate as many entries as possible for the nomination period and send to each club for review and endorsement. Each club […]
  • 2023 Provisional Calendar June 14, 2022
    The below provisional calendar has been provided to help paddlers start planning for 2023. As this is a provisional calendar, dates may change so please contact the event organiser prior to finalising any travel or accommodation. To view/download the calendar click here.

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