Farmhouse Creek to Top Bridge (Picton)

River Name: River Level: 1.25 @ Farmhouse Creek Number of Participants: 6 (1 raft, 3 kayaks) Trip Report: Having arranged collection of the key to the gates on the way to the put in with Parks and Wildlife, Huonville, a smaller than expected group set off to run this picturesque section of river. From the end of the […]

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Weld-Picton 7/8 May 2016

along the Weld we rafted we forged the rapid river to our surprise we lost our guide but safe passage was still crafted there was a lot of scouting the river they were doubting with much pride we all did glide the river gaily flauting the daylight was long lasting inviting onward travel to the […]

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Meet your new committee!

Thanks everyone who showed up at the AGM last Friday; it was quite possibly the best turnout we’ve had for a while, with lots of new, enthusiastic faces (as opposed to familiar, enthusiastic ones of course). We also conducted all business in just under an hour, so I’m glad we delivered on our no-faff promise […]

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Guide’s Course 2016!

Well! What an awesome Guide’s Course it was for 2016!!! Amazing feat of training, rafting, camping, drinking (and mooning of course!) was organised by none other than clubs trusty Training Officer Kath! (Who moonlights as a med student in her spare time away from organising awesome rafting adventures!)   The format was slightly different this […]

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New accounts & email subscriptions

If you’ve signed up using our paper forms on or before Societies Day (24 Feb 2016), we have already created an account for you on our website. You should have received an email with your username and password, and another email about the guides course (sent 11.45 pm, 6 March 2016). If you didn’t receive […]

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Welcome for 2016!!! (Be gone El Nino!!!)

Hello One and All! The Tasmania University Whitewater Rafting Club welcomes you for 2016! Whether you’re seasoned club guide, a first time paddler, a part-time thrill seeker or just looking to see some Tasmananian scenery from a new perspective, the club will have something for you in 2016 and all you have to do is […]

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Photo credit: Zeke Walter

Bradys Slalom Course 23/1/16

River Name: Bradys Slalom Course River Level: 21 cumecs Number of participants: 10 Given the lack of rain in Tasmania, of late, I was keen to take advantage of a hydro release at Bradys Slalom Course, when I heard of it. I was a little nervous about running it, given its reputation, so was pleased […]

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