Barwon River water levels are rising significantly

‘Moderate’ flooding is expected on the Barwon, Leigh and Moorabool Rivers with the rain expected Thursday 13 October 2022. That is about 3.10 Australian Height Datum (AHD). Geelong Canoe Club is situated on land adjacent to the Barwon River with a ground floor level at an average of 3.90 AHD. That's 0.8 metres below the expected level the river will reach. The situation is closely being monitored. Information will be posted on social media and this website should the situation change.
Barwon river water level

Barwon River flood advice

Barwon River through Geelong water levels have been rising steadily and predicted to be at minor flood level. Stay up to date with information to paddle safely.

Hawkesbury Classic Paddle - registrations are open

The 2022 Hawkesbury Classic Paddle is set for Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 October 2022. This is a unique opportunity to tackle a 111km, overnight, paddle from Windsor to Mooney Mooney on Sydney's Hawkesbury River. The event is open to all forms of paddle craft from single kayaks, canoes and ocean racing skis to multi-paddler outriggers and Dragon Boats. Paddler ages range from 16 to 80!


AGM of the Geelong Canoe Club Sat 16 July 2022 at 10am

Rack Allocation

Rack allocation Saturday 19 March 10am Each financial member is entitled to one rack on Levels 1, 2 or 3 and the a second craft on level 4, anymore and they are up higher.

No Saturday Paddle

River closed to Junior Rowing Regatta

Come and Try

Come and Try Register

River Bookings UPDATE

Click on the link to see the calendar of events on the Barwon River.


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