Recreational Paddle Scrabble
Paddlegaine meets brain-teasing scrabble in this activity-packed 3-hour event, where you and your team strategize your own route to get to the most checkpoints and unscramble words at them, plus get bonus points for collecting rubbish and spotting birds and wildlife! A fun way to explore the beautiful southern Myall Lakes area, test your kayaking fitness, strategizing skills and word prowess, and share a good few laughs with your teammates and others.
This recreational event is run in conjunction with the Paddle NSW Myall Classic race, so you can mingle and celebrate with race-goers after their events and presentation ceremony. The Paddle Scrabble is being run by RCC, so there will be plenty of friends and familiar faces there as well as meeting others in the paddling community.
Then in the evening, be inspired by paddling films and hang out with other kayakers at the World Paddling Film Festival, hosted by Lazy Paddles. A bunch of us will either camp the night or stay in a house by the lakes, to explore further and/or chillax on the Sunday. So – a fun, social weekend awaits! Grab some friends or family for a team! And Register now to receive early bird best prices.
Early Bird Event Pricing*: Adult$30 with $10 discount to Paddle NSW Members
Juniors/students U18 $20 and $10 discount to members
Children U12 free (must be accompanied by a paying Adult)
* excludes kayak rental
World Paddling Film Festival tickets @ $20/p
Kayak hire: From RCC for the Event $30/boat or $50 for the weekend. While stocks last. Or Lazy Paddle at Hawks Nest http://lazypaddles.com.au
Hawkes Nest/Tea Gardens are popular holiday destinations and a myriad of options existing including
Reflections Holiday Park, Jimmys Beach (2 night min.) Club group @ $30/p
Use a one stop registration for the event, film and boat. TOO EASY!!
Lazy Paddles, the local kayak tour company are offering a 25% discount on all rentals for the event.
And Sunday is a great day to explore downstream, past shipwrecks, sandbars and pristine tidal estuaries.
‘Lazy Paddles’ have boats for hire for the Sunday paddle too.