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AdventurePro's interactive guide to Australian paddling...
Kayak instruction and guiding services. Rafting trips for small groups, families, corporate groups, youth groups, parties & school groups. Day trips on the King River, Buffalo River, Ovens River, Upper & Lower Mitta Mitta River. Murray River Meanders Guide. Immersing you in wilderness to make a difference.
Website : http://www.wildexposure.com.au
We are a Canberra club, for people interested in touring and playing in the local rivers. We also have polo players who compete regularly, and some slalom paddlers.
Want to know the best places to go kayaking, canoeing, and stand up paddleboarding? Grab your copies of The Paddler’s Guide to New South Wales, The Paddler’s Guide to Queensland, and The Paddler’s Guide to Melbourne.
Website : http://globalpaddler.com.au
Our purpose is to preserve New Zealand's whitewater resources and to enhance opportunities to enjoy them safely.
Website : http://www.rivers.org.nz
The Whitewater Canoe Club was formed in the mid 1980’s. It is the biggest club in New Zealand, with a current membership of 160. The club is a member of the New Zealand Recreational Canoeing Association (NZRCA).
Website : http://www.whitewater.org.nz
NSW canoe and kayak trails map kits (distances, GPS coordinates, accommodation and camping facilities, support vehicle access routes, nearby towns and a safe canoeing checklist)
We specialise in live sport, event and group tracking. Events that have previously been hard to follow due to participants moving over large distances can now be viewed on your PC or mobile screen using live GPRS tracking.
Website : http://www.trackmelive.com.au
This guide introduces Tasmania’s beautiful and magnificent natural kayaking resources to all who seek to explore them. From our coastlines and estuaries to our creeks, rivers, lakes the variety of paddling that exists in our island state is unrivalled elsewhere and satisfies the needs of the novice to the experienced paddler.