It’s time to paddle at Hervey Bay!

The Fraser Coast Regional Council have partnered with Paddle Queensland to bring their participation program PaddleFest to the region for the next three years.

The inaugural Fraser Coast PaddleFest will be held at the Hervey Bay Surf Life Saving Club over the 11th and 12thof September and showcase the stunning waters of Hervey Bay to the greater Fraser Coast communities.

PaddleFest is a truly unique event focused on the mental and physical benefits paddling provides the community. Saturday is a community day focused on providing participants the opportunity to experience the feeling of a range of paddle craft while enjoying the stunning waters of Torquay.

To participate in the Fraser Coast PaddleFest Community Day please click here.

Sunday offers intermediate and advanced paddlers from near and far the opportunity to compete in the inaugural Fraser Coast 17.5 ocean race where paddlers will complete three-laps of a 5.8 km course from Torquay to Scarness. For our beginner paddlers, the Fraser Coast 5.8 ocean race is also available to get your paddle wet and experience the thrills of competition.

To enter the Fraser Coast 17.5 Ocean Race please click here.

To enter the Fraser Coast 5.8 Ocean Race please click here.

The Fraser Coast PaddleFest would not be possible without the generous support of our Naming Rights Partner the Fraser Coast Regional Council, our Venue Partner the Hervey Bay Surf Life Saving Club and your local Paddle Queensland Affiliated Member Club the Hervey Bay Outrigger Canoe Club.

Paddle Queensland is the peak State Paddle Association with over 30 affiliated member clubs and over 1300 members. Paddle Queensland is committed to ensuring the paddle community receives the highest level of support, service and member satisfaction through upholding Our Values of ‘Collaboration, Inclusiveness, Transparency and Excellence’.

For more information on Paddle Queensland please click here.

For more information on the Fraser Coast Regional Council please click here.

For more information on the Hervey Bay Surf Life Saving Club please click here.

For more information on the Hervey Bay Outrigger Canoe Club please click here.

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