What’s Lurking Beyond the Breakers?
5-9 May 2016

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EVENTS

The next 20 QSKC events are shown below. You can view ALL QSKC events on a calendar.

Date Event Location
30 July Scotts Point to Scarborough (Grade 1) Redcliffe
5 - 13 August Tour de Keppels (registration closed) Keppel Islands
6 August Mooloolaba to Mudjimba Paddle (Grade 2) mooloolalba
13 August Sandgate to Luggage Point(Grade 1) sandgate
19 August Basic Skills Award Scarborough
20 August Wavebreak Island North along Straddie (Grade 1) Wave Breakl Island Southport
26 August Manly to St Helena ( Grade 1) Manly
27 August Noosa Bar and Headlands (Grade 2) Noosa
2 September Red Beach Bribie Island (Grade 1) Bribie Island
3 September Justin Greger Grade 2 Surprise South East Qld
9 September Bongaree to Mission Point Overnighter (Grade 1) Bribie Island
16 September Basic Skills Raby Bay Raby Bay
23 September - 1 October Fraser Island Fraser Island
23 September Manly to Green Island (Grade 1) Manly
24 September Scarborugh to Beachmere & return (Grade 1) Northside
15 October Jacob's Well to Jumpinpin (Grade 1) Jacob's Well
21 - 22 October Peel Island Overnighter (Grade 2) Peel Island
11 - 12 November Noosa Skills Weekend and Christmas Party (All Members) Noosa Sea Scouts

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CLASSIFIEDS

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QSKC NEWS

Today's glorious paddle to Karragarra. Southern Moreton Bay at its best. ...

Queensland Sea Kayak Club Inc. added 3 new photos to the album G2 Assessment Day - 1 Jul 2017 — at Mooloolaba Beach ...

A beautiful winters day paddle in the Pumicestone Passage with a walk out to surf side of Bribie Island. Thanks Malcolm. ...

Dawn service on Macleay Island ...

A lovely dawn service on Macleay Island and amazing night paddle.
#redlandsanzac2017
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Queensland Sea Kayak Club Inc. shared Healthy Land and Water's photo. ...

Queensland Health has issued advice to people to avoid recreational fishing near the Brisbane Airport following a foam spillage until the results of water testing by the Dept. of Environment is known. The affected area is from Bulimba Creek to Fisherman Island and north to Shorncliffe. bit.ly/2pbZSSY