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

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

Date Event Location
1 July Mooloolaba Grade 2 ASSESSMENT DAY Mooloolaba
2 July Pelican Beach Redcliffe(Grade 1) Pelican Beach Redcliffe
8 July Basic Skills Raby Bay Raby Bay
9 July Wienam Creek to Karragarra (Grade 1) Wienam Creek
15 July AGM and BBQ Redcliffe
15 July Rescue Exercise with Redcliffe Coastguard (All Grades) Redcliffe
5 - 13 August Tour de Keppels (registration closed) Keppel Islands
23 September - 1 October Fraser Island Fraser Island


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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.

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

A beautiful morning on Moreton Bay off Redcliffe to watch the start of the Brisbane to Gladstone yacht race. ...

About to set off on another good Friday paddle to watch the start of Brisbane to Gladstone yacht race. ...

Green Island Circumnavigation - April 9 2017. Thanks to Stephen Walker for stepping in at the last minute to lead the trip. ...

Modelling of flood waters entering Moreton Bay. ...

Flood flows within Quandamooka Waters - Moreton Bay #QuandamookaCountry The below video shows near real time modelling from CSIRO on water flows and current movements within Quandamooka Country. The image highlights the amazing amount of water entering the Bay from the Logan River since Thursday. Purple indicates less salty water associated with the fresh water flows entering the bay from the recent rainfall event. Orange and reds are more oceanic salty waters. Note also movement of water exiting Jumpinpin and change of currents over recent days. Stay safe. Remember flood waters are low quality water and can contain debris.