Paddle Prep has been designed for all those that are new to paddlesports or those that are already hooked on this great life long activity.
Paddle Prep has a goal to educate and inform people on safety matters to make them better, safer paddlers and encourage people to have more fun on the water.

  • Find weather, tides, swell and river levels for your paddling location
  • Research what equipment you may need for your type of paddling
  • Prepare, save and email your Trip intentions to a friend
  • Find equipment lists for day and overnight trips
  • Search for national and state paddling and maritime organisations
  • Search for training providers and Paddle Australia Instructors
  • Demonstration of paddle strokes and rescues
  • Top tips before going paddling
  • Search for places to go paddling around Australia

Paddle Prep is available on Apple and Android as well as a desktop version that can be found at http://paddleprep.canoe.org.au

Where to Paddle

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I have a canoe, what should I do now?

Your State association is your best first call. They will beable to determine the type of paddling that you enjoy and direct you to the club that best suits your needs. Local clubs will often have days when you can come and try canoeing for little or no cost. They will also have experienced members who will be able to talk to you about the different aspects of canoeing and maybe even give you a few pointers on your technique. You can search for you local club here or you can contact your State Body who will be able to put you in touch with a club that meets your requirements.

State Associations

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