Trips Calendar 2020

Rolling practice and instruction

Eskimo rolling sessions are held in numerous places across Melbourne at different times. Click here for more details.

Beginner Yarra trips

Beginner Yarra trips will be held throught the summer and autumn months. To be notified, please join the Yahoo email group and/or the Facebook page.

Sat/Sun Feb 15-16 2020

Buxton/Lake Mountain Mtn Bike weekend

Trip Type: Peer - Mountain biking

Contact Sean (no_spam_seanmarler@hotmail.com) to register interest

Sun Feb 23 2020

Goulburn -- Blue Gums

Trip Type: Peer - Grade 2

Contact Alison (no_spam_boyesm@ozemail.com.au) to register interest

Sun March 1 2020

Clean Up Australia Day

Trip Type: Peer - Grade 1-2

Contact Will (no_spam_wsilcox@gmail.com) to register interest

Sun Sun 15 March 2020

Goulburn -- Blue Gums

Trip Type: Peer - Grade 2

Contact Linton (no_spam_linton.henderson@gmail.com) to register interest

Thur March 19 2020

Yarra River evening paddle: 5pm meeting at Homestead Rd

Trip Type: Peer - Grade 2

Contact Miriam (no_spam_miriam.pepper@hotmail.com) to register interest

Sat March 21 2020 (and maybe Sun 22nd)

Warrandyte Festival --- CANCELLED

Easter Weekend: Fri-Mon April 10-13 2020 --- CANCELLED

Upper Snowy River

Sat/Sun April 25/26 2020 --- CANCELLED

Thomson River: Peer - Grade 2-3

Sat June 6 -- June 8 2019: Queen's Birthday Weekend --- TO BE CONFIRMED

Mitchell River

Trip Type: Peer - Grade 3

Contact Paul (no_spam_psorrentau@gmail.au) to register interest


Club Calendar

For updates or further details on any of the trips listed below contact the listed trip coordinator and/or subscribe to the Whitehorse Canoe Club email list

While all efforts will be made to run trips as scheduled on the calendar they are subject to water levels and river conditions at the time.

Impromptu trips are run throughout the year to take advantage of good water levels or surf conditions. These club trips are organised at short notice via the Whitehorse Canoe Club email list.

The grading below gives a rough indication of the maximum skill level required for the trip: Grade 1 indicates that the trip is suitable for novices who have completed at least a basic skills course, Grade 2 indicates that some white water experience is required, Grade 3 indicates considerable experience is necessary. Be sure to contact the trip coordinator well in advance if in any doubt concerning your ability to complete a trip. In the end it is your responsibility to determine if you can safely participate.

These trips are only open to people that are financially up to date members of Whitehorse Canoe Club and Canoeing Victoria.