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Paddling Sunday 7.45am

NOTE: There have been some changes in training times so please update your schedule while you are here.

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2021 AGM 

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2021 AGM Nomination Form


Please ask the following BEFORE you attend training -

Over the last 14 days have you or do you have:

- A fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, or shortness of breath?

- Travelled overseas or near declared hotspots in Australia, or been in quarantine or have had contact with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19?

If you answered no, please attend and sign-in.

If you answered Yes then please stay home.

And please remember to sanitise hands and social distance while outside of the 'in-sport' area.

We all need to stay vigilant and ensure we are following the correct protocols at all times.

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Australia Day 2018 Activities and photos


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Fraser Coast Chronicle 30 Jan 2018

Adaptive paddling in Bay sets no limits

NO LIMITS: Passionate outrigger John Hunte introduced adaptive padding to Fraser Coast Outrigging Canoe Club on Australia Day.
PADDLING in the ocean, John Hunte feels “free”.

The paraplegic lost movement in his legs from a 1995 semi-trailer accident, but that has not stopped him from living life to the fullest.

The Sunshine Coast outrigger visited Hervey Bay at the weekend to introducing adaptive paddling to Fraser Coast Outrigging Canoe Club.

With the aid of special equipment, the program called No limits gives people with a disability the chance to participate in outrigging.

For example, Mr Hunte requires a belt around his waist to help him stay in the canoe.

Citing paddling as a major stress-relief activity, he recommends that others with a disability give it a go.

“It gives them a chance to get on the water, and gives them a sense of freedom,” Mr Hunte said.

“It gets rid of all your stress in the water.”

Two local men, Jim Tupper and Michael Oxley, came and gave adaptive paddling a try and said they plan to continue with it.

Life was particularly tough for Mr Hunte the first three years after his major accident, he said, but he adjusted through a positive mindset.

He was introduced to watersports three years ago. Now, he trains multiple times a week and specialises in V1 racing.

For more information please contact Aocra


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Containers for Change

Fraser Coast Ourtriggers have joined the Containers for Change Recycling Scheme to help raise funds for their Juniors to attend upcoming events. If you wish to help out please contact the Secretary via


2019 National Sprint Titles

Congratulations to all our paddlers that attended the 2019 National Sprint Titles in Kawana.

It was a very successful Titles and our paddlers all showed true Fraser Club spirit.

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Vaka Eiva

Kia orana!(Hello) Some of our Fraser Coast Outrigger Junior members were very honoured to represent at the 2019 Vaka Eiva in Raratonga, Cook Islands in November 2019. They were accompanied by our Junior Coach and some very excited parents. Our juniors & parents were busy fundraising to help them attend this iconic event and wish to thank all those that helped them get there.