Paddle 4 Prostate is great for rowing clubs, surf lifesaving clubs, dragon boat teams, kayakers, canoe enthusiasts and stand-up paddle boarders.
On the day paddlers will enjoy a family fun-day, BBQ and raffles.
Witness the conclusion of a Guinness Book of Records attempt by Jen LeRay and Debra Grant-Clarke to complete the most amount of kilometres paddled by two women in 24 hours in an outrigger canoe - dedicated in memory to their friend Bob Perry who passed away as a result of prostate cancer.
To register visit www.paddle4prostate.com.au
Rowers, dragon boat teams and surf lifesaving clubs kick off the event, followed by other craft taking to the water to circle the island.
8.30 – 9 am - Registration opens at Oarsman Reserve
9.15 am - Guinness Book of Records rowers welcomed
9.30 am - Event briefing (compulsory)
9.35 am - Welcome by The City of Charles Sturt
9.40 am - Rowers, dragon boat teams and surf lifesaving clubs
9.45 am - All other craft
11.30 am - Presentations
Highest fundraisers – team and individual
Best fancy dressed - team, individual
Best decorated Lakeside residence
Entrants register online or on the day and pay a fee to participate.
Children (under 16 years) $10
Teams (one vessel) $40
Family (2 adults, 2 children) $30
Event registration includes a cap to take home and certificate of completion
Lakeside residences $10