The club runs a weekly training session on Saturday Mornings from 7.30 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 clug 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.The team winding down, some might say very wound down.

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  • Jess Fox Makes Paddling History August 1, 2021
    “CANOE SLALOM: Jessica Fox will write Olympic canoe slalom history when she sits at the start line in the heats of the women’s canoe single on Wednesday. Fox, a silver medallist in London, and a bronze medallist from Rio, had to put the ‘disappointment’ of a third place in the K1 in Tokyo behind her, […]
  • 2020(one) Tokyo Olympics, Canoe Sprint Race Schedule July 28, 2021
    Canoe Sprint Race Schedule   FOLLOW OUR SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES FOR INSTANT UPDATES Instagram – @paddleqld Facebook – Paddle Queensland Tuesday 3 August – Day 2 MK1000m B Final Jean van der Westhuyzen | 1:12PM MK1000m Final 🥇 Tom Green | 1:20PM WK2 500m B Final Jaime Roberts / Jo Bridgen-Jones | 1:39PM WK2 500m […]
  • 2021 Pacific Coast Sprint Series July 2, 2021
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  • CleanCo and Paddle Queensland, getting you on the water! July 2, 2021
    CleanCo and Paddle Queensland are working together to help engage and advise the white-water paddling community on when planned outages will occur impacting the water flow of the Tully and Barron Rivers in the heritage listed Wet Tropics Area of Far North Queensland. The following information is provided on behalf of CleanCo for Paddle Queensland. CleanCo […]
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  • Australian semi-final show-down on the Olympic stage August 4, 2021
    The second round of Olympic canoe sprint medals will be up for grabs at Sea Forest Waterway on Thursday, with the semi-finals and finals in the women’s K1 500 and the men’s K2 1000m on the Tokyo 2020 program. Four Australian crews have qualified for the semi-finals and with the semi-final draw placing two Australian […]
  • Historic day and Olympic best times as four Australian boats progress through to semis August 4, 2021
    Bernadette Wallace and Josephine Bulmer have etched their names in history, racing in the first ever women’s C1 200m canoe sprint competition today at Sea Forest Waterway. The pair both made their way through to the quarterfinals, falling just short of the semis – Wallace finishing fourth in her quarterfinal, and Bulmer seventh. They will […]
  • Australian canoeists to write Olympic History August 3, 2021
    Australia’s women canoeists Bernadette Wallace and Josephine Bulmer will be writing sporting history, when they kick off their first Olympic campaign at Sea Forest Waterway on Wednesday. It is the first time women’s canoeing has been added to the Olympic program and Games debutants Bernadette Wallace and Josephine Bulmer will line up at the start line in their […]
  • Personal bests fall on first finals day of canoe sprint August 3, 2021
    Australia’s Canoe Sprint team have paddled their way to personal bests on the first finals day at Sea Forest Waterway today. Four Aussie crews represented the green and gold in the men’s K1 1000m and women’s K2 500m finals with Olympic Games debutant Tom Green making his first Olympic Final A finishing seventh, while dual […]
  • Team youngsters to lead charge on first day of semi-finals and finals at Canoe Sprint August 2, 2021
    Tuesday, 2 August 2021, will see first semi-finals and finals at Sea Forrest Waterway with all four Australian boats from yesterday’s qualifying progressing through to the next round of racing. Australian team youngsters Tom Green and Jean van der Westhuyzen will lead the charge lining up in the same men’s K1 1000m semi-final at 10:08 […]