If the idea of fun, fitness, friendship and “getting out on the water” appeals to you, then Sandgate Paddling Club is a great place to start.

For more than 20 years our friendly local club has welcomed people of all ages and abilities to join in and become as hooked as we are on the very rewarding sport of paddling.

There are many different ways to have fun with a paddle in your hand, and our club celebrates them all! Whatever your interest, you’ll find friends who share your enthusiasm for gentle recreational creek paddles, adventurous sea kayaking expeditions, or competition training, coaching and racing.

Alongside our experienced members it is easy to get started and learn as you go in an inclusive, safe, social environment. You don’t need your own kayak, but we think it won’t be long before you want one! Find out how to get started!

What's the latest at SPC

Celebrating 30 Years for Sandgate Paddling Club

Read about the original story of Sandgate Paddling Club, including the change of name, along with past paddling adventures, competition, skills, encounters, romance and...

The Mighty Clarence River

Yamba Paddle Report February 2024

Glorious Jerusalem Creek and Evans River Camp

Evans Heads Paddle Report March 2024

Successful Skills and Rescue Practice for Club Members 

SARP Report 28 October 2023  

Elanda Point Camp (Lake Cootharaba) 8-13 October 2023

Read report for Elanda Pt Camp 2023 here

Deliberately Capsizing – Training

SARP Day for the Creekies 30 September 2023 read more here

Elliott Heads Paddle Report 7-12 May 2023

Read Paddle Report Elliott Heads camp here

2021 Paddle Queensland Ocean Racing State Championships

Three of our Sandgate Paddle Club members participated in the recent 2021 Paddle Queensland Ocean Racing State Championships held on the 7th November 2021....

Skills And Rescue Practice 2021

HUGE SARP (Skills And Rescue Practice) day at Queens Beach North, Redcliffe with over 30 paddlers, old and new, arriving for the training day....