• Canberra Grammar

    For CGS and CGGS students only

    Contact:
    Jennie Holbrook

    email: jennie.holbrook@cgs.act.edu.au 
    phone: 6260 9709 (w)

  • Canberra Griffins

    The Canberra Griffins Dragon Boat Club is one of the longest established dragon boat clubs in the ACT. The club prides itself on encouraging all age groups, currently 13 to 70 years, to get involved and paddle! We work to develop world class paddlers without losing sight of the fact that it is a fun sport and one of the ultimate team sports. We believe in being competitive without sacrificing our basic philosophy: the Griffins follow a path of inclusiveness, mutual respect, encouragement, support and good humoured participation. Everyone gets to paddle at every regatta; it’s not an option! 
     

    Websitewww.canberragriffins.com.au

  • Diamond Phoenix

    Diamond Phoenix is an all-female dragon boat club, with a diverse range of women from teenagers to over 40s. Dragon boating with Diamond Phoenix is a great way to get fit in a supportive environment. Our club caters for social and competitive paddlers.

    In addition to dragon boat training, members enjoy social events and other fitness activities together, as well as competing at local, interstate and overseas regattas.

    Our philosophy is Encouraging women in sport: happier, healthier, fitter!

    Website: www.diamondphoenix.com.au

    Email: info@diamondphoenix.com.au

  • Dragon Flyers

    From a modest beginning in 2003, when a group of teachers and parents from Canberra Grammar and Canberra Girls' Grammar schools combined to form the Canberra Grammar Flyers, the Dragon Flyers have steadily grown to be one of the largest and most successful dragon boat clubs in the ACT. Our paddling credentials have grown too. Dragon Flyers paddlers, sweeps and coaches have represented the ACT and Australia as part of the ACT Fire and the Australian Auroras. Our Grand Masters women have an outstanding list of international paddling achievements and are the top Grand Masters women crew in the ACT.

    Website: ​www.dragonflyers.net.au

  • Dragons Abreast

    Dragons Abreast is a nationally registered charity that enables breast cancer survivors to get on with life after treatment through dragon boating. Research shows that paddling regularly has many health and social benefits and it is a great way to embrace life and resume an active lifestyle for those travelling the breast cancer journey. We welcome all breast cancer survivors, regardless of age, gender, sporting ability or fitness. Our usual paddling days are on Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday. Please notify us at the email address to confirm times. We not only paddle regularly, but we participate in local, interstate and international events.
    Connect. Move. Live.

    Email: canberra@dragonsabreast.com.au

  • Ice Dragons

    The Ice Dragons was formed in 2003 and was founded on the success of a social Canberra dragon boat team. The club has since grown to become one of Australia's largest and most successful clubs. In 2012, Ice Dragons amalgamated with the Canberra Outrigger Canoe Club (COCC).We were the National Dragon Boat Champions in 2011, and made our debut on the international stage at the 2012 Club Crew Dragon Boat World Championships in Hong Kong, coming home with a silver medal. In 2013, our crew brought home the bronze medal in the National Changeover Outrigging Club Championships and qualified for the 2014 Club Crew Championships for dragon boating in Ravina, Italy. Many of our members also compete as members of the state and national teams.We are now recognised as the ACT Peak Body for outrigging and the only local club to offer both dragon boat and outrigger canoe racing opportunities.

    Website:  www.icedragons.com.au

    Email: info@icedragons.com.au

  • Komodo Paddle Club

    Come for a paddle with Komodo,the World’s Coolest Dragon Boat Club, and see why our members love this club and amazing sport. We offer professional on and off-water coaching and the chance to race in local, interstate and International regattas. You will finish the season fitter, happier and have one hell of a good time along the way. Sure, we hit the water to train and race hard, but at the end of the day it’s all about teamwork, working hard, having a laugh and enjoying the great outdoors. Take the leap and give dragonboat racing a go, swing past www.komodopaddleclub.com for more info, then join us for a session to see why we love dragon boat racing. See you soon!

  • Navmat

    NAVMAT Dragon Boat Racing Club was formed during the 1992-93 regatta season by members of the Naval Materiel Social Club.

    NAVMAT is now a club for everyone who wants to enjoy fun, fitness and friendships, along with opportunities to compete in local, interstate and international events. The club trains all year round. Some of us also meet for off-water activities, such as bush walking and cycling.

    NAVMAT welcomes new members who would like to paddle socially and/or competitively. A popular feature of our week is a stop for coffee during our social Saturday morning training session.

    Website: www.navmat.asn.au

  • Saints

    St Clare's and St Edmund's College school dragon boat team. Open to students from either college.

    Contact:
    ahausen@stedmunds.act.edu.au