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Mooloolaba Outrigger Club
33-45 Parkyn Parade
Mooloolaba, Queensland

0488 488 705

Postal Address:
PO Box 1514
Queensland 4557





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Welcome to Mooloolaba Outrigger Canoe Club
At Mooloolaba Outrigger Canoe Club

You’ll find we are passionate about the sport of outrigger canoe racing.

If you haven't had a chance to try this great sport and are keen to give it a go, we welcome and encourage you to contact us and get involved.

New paddlers begin in our Novice program, paddling socially until they make the decision to either continue with outrigger canoeing for fun and fitness, or to take it a step further and join the competitive side of our great club. Either option is championed.

From the age of 8 to 70+, we have a division that will suit you.

Our goal is for everyone to enjoy the experience of being on our local Sunshine Coast waterways and the fantastic spirit of outrigger canoe paddling at all levels.

Mooloolaba OCC can proudly say it has an excellent culture of junior development, guided by a group of dedicated coaches resulting in numerous Australian and international successes.

We are also leaders in the national adaptive paddling program, facilitating events and competitions for people with physical disabilities

And there is no question our club is proud of its record number of wins in the most grueling events on the international circuit. 19 World Championships at the Molokai Hoe and Na Wahine O Ke Kai in Hawaii in our short 22 year history.

Whether as a social means of keeping fit on the water, or competing at the highest level, Mooloolaba Outrigger Canoe Club will cater for you.

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QLD Government

Queensland Government The Queensland Government provided $5,970 to Mooloolaba Outrigger Canoe Club Inc to purchase a safety sled that enables adaptive paddlers to access a safety boat and assists to increase Queenslanders' participation in sport and recreation activities.