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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Looking to Start a New Sport? Try Dragon Boating for FREE

The Nature Coast Dragon Boat Club will throw open their doors and welcome the community to come and try the sport of Dragon Boating for FREE on Saturday 26 November 2022. Over 50 Open Days across the state will be held from participating Dragon Boats NSW (DBNSW) clubs. Encouraging everyone to try Dragon Boating, a unique team-oriented sport, designed for the whole community to take part in.

Club President Lyn Stadtmiller says she is proud to open their doors and invite the local community to come and try Dragon Boating. “Dragon Boating is a great sport in which to be involved as it combines fitness and a sense of community. We are especially fortunate to be able to use the beautiful Moruya River on which to do our training and we welcome everyone to come and have a try”.

The Nature Coast Dragon Boat Club has operated in Moruya since 2006 and will open its doors to all community members as part of the event.

Lyn said “We will be on the water at 10 am and you can find us next to the swimming pool in Moruya just near the markets. No special clothing is required but you should wear shoes that can get wet. We will supply all equipment. ”

Dragon Boats NSW Chief Executive Officer Tony Henderson, says the State Wide Open Day is an important step in building the brand and profile of the sport of dragon boating. “I invite the whole community to get down to their local Dragon Boat Club and get amongst the atmosphere of this lively and inclusive sport. All ages, abilities and backgrounds are welcome, and the paddler pathway is a choose your own adventure. From social paddler to elite, you will find a club fit for you.”


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