After attending five (5) paddling sessions, paddlers are required to become a member of our club. This is a requirement of Dragon Boats NSW Inc due to insurance constraints.
If you are interested in becoming a member or have any questions about joining , please speak to our Membership
Contact club Mobile: 0418 953 882 Email: email@example.com
To join or renew membership for the 2021-2022 season
Go to https://www.revolutionise.com.au/coffscoastdbc/registration
Follow the prompts to register or renew existing membership.
Paddlers over 75 years - $100.00
Young Adults – 18 – 24 years $120.00
Juniors - $50.00
Come & Try - $nil
Session fees apply for paddling - $4.00 per session.
This is paid to Finance Officer each session or $40.00 for 10 sessions via the club’s bank account (preferred option). The paddling fees are partly for remuneration to the boat tower for towing the boat.
New paddlers can now register through Revolutionise under a new category “Come & Try Capitation Fee” in anticipation of joining. New paddlers can paddle 5 times before they have to join CCDBC. They will pay only the $4.00 paddling fee each time they paddle for those 5 sessions.
The season runs from 1st July to 30th June. Membership fees are due 1st July each year.
Working with Children Check
It is the club's policy that all members have a current Working with Children Check. When you register on-line, it will ask you for your number (which we will need to verify). If you do not have one, you will need to apply after joining (free of charge) as a volunteer. You can do this on-line using the link below. After applying, you will be directed to go to the RMS with your photo identification. Once you have received your certificate, please forward it to the membership officer.
An identity photo is required for your ID tag. See our Membership Officer to arrange your photo.
An ID tag will then be issued by DBNSW which must be worn to all regattas.
Each paddler is required to complete an annual “swim test” as per the “Safety Swim” policy dated 5 July 2021 or they will be required to wear a PFD (life jacket).