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Australian Canoeing new CEO – Phil Jones

9 August 2017 AUSTRALIAN CANOEING APPOINTS PHIL JONES AS NEW CEO Australian Canoeing is pleased to announce the appointment of experienced sports administrator Phil Jones as their new CEO. Phil comes to Australian Canoeing having successfully led two of Australia’s leading National Sporting Organisations,...

Aug 9, 2017

XVI Australian Masters Games – Less than 100 days to go

Jul 25, 2017

AUSTRALIAN MASTERS GAMES CANOE-KAYAK

Mar 23, 2017

Life Jacket Awareness Day

MaST are conducting a Life Jacket awareness day in Launceston, click here to open flier Wednesday, October 26 Launceston Aquatic Centre 6.00 – 7.30pm

Oct 12, 2016

MERSEY BELOW ROWALLAN – UPDATED July, 12 2016

The Mersey below Rowallan is still inaccessible via the Mersey Forest Road. Check out the video below of the two major wash-outs – they may take a long time to repair. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLafM92cLn0&feature=youtu.be “Notwithstanding advice from a bushwalking forum that 2wd access...

Jun 22, 2016

FLOODS IMPACT ON THE MERSEY, FORTH AND BROKEN BRIDGE

Mersey – on top of the fires, has been hit by the flooding, at its peak there was more than 6 times the normal flow down the Mersey 187cumecs v 25 normally, and the road has washed away in places. So we can’t even get up to survey the damage. The trees from the fire […]

Jun 21, 2016

Canoe Tasmania 2016 Strategic Forum

Canoe Tasmania Strategic Forum July 2016 Date: Saturday 23rd July, 2016 Time: 9.30 am for a 10 am start, finishing at 4.00 pm Venue: The Grange, 87 High Street, Campbell Town Lunch & refreshments provided Due to limited numbers, (maximum 40 people in total)the following attendee numbers are suggested....

Jun 7, 2016

MERSEY WHITE WATER REGIONAL RESERVE – BUSHFIRE DAMAGE UPDATE – 8th April

As previously advised, the fires in January burnt out almost all the right bank of the Mersey from our get in point below Rowallan Dam and our get-out point above the lake.  The left bank is burnt out down to the slalom course below Washing Machine and then from Arm River junction. As a result […]

Apr 11, 2016

Mersey White Water Regional Reserve – Bushfire Damage Update

MERSEY FOREST ROAD IS STILL CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE The road is closed from the Lake Mackenzie turnoff – for updates check www.parks.tas.gov.au Recommendation Canoe Tasmania strongly recommends that people Do Not paddle the Mersey River betweenRowallan Dam and Lake Parangana until: it has been...

Mar 9, 2016