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We have been paddling since February 2008 and are based at the North Esk Rowing Club opposite the Seaport. We enjoy all the facilities at the club, including excellent gym equipment and a restaurant and bar. From this situation we can easily access the Cataract Gorge, the upper reaches of the Tamar River and the lower reaches of the North Esk River. We are also able to launch the ‘Tamar Tittilator’ from various ramps along the Tamar, especially at George Town, Hillwood and Gravelly Beach, where we receive terrific support from the locals
The club is named ‘DANTI’ (Dragons Abreast Northern Tas Inc.) We hold meetings at the rowing club on the second Tuesday of each month, after paddling. Meetings are open to all members.
Many of our members are part of the North Esk Dragon Boat Club - https://www.facebook.com/NorthEskDragonBoatClub/
MORE INFO: www.dragonsabreast.com.au
Orienteering is an enjoyable outdoor activity for all ages and all levels of ability, and combines both physical and mental activity - a great way to exercise!
At the same time you can develop confidence in map reading and navigation.
Walk or run – it doesn’t matter - just take it at your own pace.
The club runs regular events in and around Launceston and is involved in orienteering activities for schools. Orienteering Tasmania coordinates a statewide program of events throughout the year (www.tasorienteering.asn.au).
Assistance is provided to newcomers at all events.
CONTACT: Email - firstname.lastname@example.org, Website - http://www.tasorienteering.asn.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=25&Itemid=240
Social Soccer in Launceston!
- Midweek northern social soccer competitions
- Wednesday night
- 7 players per side
- Expressions of Interest for over 35's
- Contact local northern clubs for more details (Riverside, Launceston City, Northern Rangers, Launceston United)
A group looking to develop the sport of European Handball in Tasmania through competing at a local, state and international level.
For more information contact 0415240986 or message us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/handballtasmania
The Invermay Bowls & Community Club is holding Bingo every Monday. Where: Corner Forster Street and Invermay Road When: Every Monday – Eyes down at 10:30am Cost: Free to play, books can be purchased on the day Contact: Vicki Quail on 0407 171 874 or email@example.com
Lawn Bowls Club at Home Point Parade at the Seaport.
INFO: https://www.facebook.com/LauncestonBowlsCommunityClubInc/, Phone number:
(03) 6331 6591
Launceston City is an amazing club, with a successful history on and off the field. We're all about family and supporting each other through each and every season. We even enter teams into the summer roster/mixed social competition before and after christmas each year, just because we love the sport, and love taking their field with each other.If you would like to be a part of this amazing club, please don't hesitate to contact the appropriate club member, and we'll see you there!
https://www.facebook.com/launcestoncityhockeyclub/ OR Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Run For A Wish is one of Launceston’s largest Fun Run/Walk and is held annually in October. This event is aimed at all members of the community, no matter what level of fitness or age. The main event will start and finish in the iconic Aurora Stadium and cover a scenic flat loop through beautiful Heritage Forest (6.4km). The children’s event, The Aurora Stadium Dash is a 400 metre run and every child wins a medal. Proceeds from this event go to Make-A-Wish® Australia and are used to grant wishes to local children with life threatening medical conditions. INFO: http://runforawish.com.au/
>>> More Info at http://www.lmbc.com.au <<<>>> Contact email@example.com to go on our mailing list <<<>>> President - Ian Smith - 0448 909 408 or firstname.lastname@example.org <<<>>> The Launceston Mountain Bike Club (LMBC) is a non profit club established to serve the needs of Mountain Bikers in the greater Launceston area. <<<>>> We hold regular DH, XC and Enduro events, along with social rides, fun events, skills days and trail building days.
The Launceston Touch Association has over 1000 members with in excess of 95 teams across 15 divisions. Mens, womens and mixed teams compete in our competition varying from the highly competitive levels of division 1 to the more social enjoyments of the lower divisions and mixed. So come on down to Prospect Vale Park and get involved in one of Australia's fastest growing, fun packed sports!
Launceston Touch Association
M: 0488 366 833 P: 6336 6833
P.O Box 7674 Launceston 7250
Ultimate Frisbee is a fast-paced free flowing sport played with a frisbee that combines elements of netball, soccer, and American Football. It is played in every state of Australia and around the world. Ultimate is a very friendly game, and anyone of any fitness level is welcome to come and give it a go.
CONTACT: http://www.tasultimate.com/ or email: email@example.com see a roster is in Launceston
Women's AFL football. Training on a Tuesday and Friday night at Windsor Park, Riverside 6pm start. All skill levels and beginners welcome. Phone: Amanda on 0418 430 542
Newstead Athletics holds Cross Country events most Saturdays from April to September in and around the Launceston area, catering for all ages. There are three race distances to choose from each week. Details can be found here http://www.newsteadathletics.org.au
The Newstead Tennis & Squash Centre has a long and proud history, having been established in 1899.
clubrooms.jpgWe are a non-profit organisation, any surpluses generated are set aside or spent on services or facilities for the benefit of members.
The affairs of the Club are managed by a committee consisting of 10 unpaid volunteers who are elected at an Annual General Meeting, held before the end of September each year.
Any member is able to nominate for any position on the committee provided that they have the support of a proposer and seconder who must also be financial members of the Club.
Website: http://www.ntsc.net.au/, Address: 49-63 Olive Street, Newstead Tasmania, PO Box 494 Launceston, Tasmania 7250, Phone/Fax: (03) 6331 6304, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
No-Gi Grappling is a sport focused martial art that also builds effective self-defence skills & is great for fitness.
No-Gi Grappling combines the attributes of Jiu Jitsu & Wrestling in an attempt to maintain a dominant position at all times while working for submissions (joint-locks & chokeholds) to force an opponent to submit.
Unlike other forms of Jiu-Jitsu, No-Gi Grappling is performed without the traditional uniform called the ""Gi""; therefore the techniques are modified to accommodate the inability to control an opponent by the Gi. This style of grappling is a key feature of MMA competitions like the popular UFC and other cage fighting tournaments.
No-Gi tends to be a faster paced game which is great for fitness and conditioning. Our No-Gi Grappling class is focused on the fundamentals of the No-Gi game and is suitable for all levels.
Contact: Phil Lockwood,Telephone: 0407 840 734,
A Cycling Club for all ages and abilities. Racing throughout the winter and autumn months on Saturdays at 1:00 pm at various locations.
During Summer Time, 20 km training races are held on Tuesday nights at 6:30 pm, starting in at the Carrick Hill in Carrick, riding to Bishopsbourne and return. These races are handicapped according to ability and suitable for anyone who can ride that distance. it is recommended you contact Peter Fraser on 6393 6743 prior to your first ride to discuss important details.
Cricket for male and females.
INFO: http://ntca.tas.cricket.com.au/, CONTACT: David Fry PO Box 1195 Launceston 7250, Email email@example.com Phone: 03 63314593
The NTNA is the overarching association of netball clubs in the north of Tasmania. All new players welcome. CONTACT:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 03 6334 2099 FAX 03 6334 9970
The NTSSA is a social soccer league which has run for over 20 years and provides a friendly and welcoming competition for casual and social players of all ages.
Games are played every Saturday at Carrick in South Street.
Light training takes place every Wednesday night at Invermay Park from 5:15pm to 7 pm.
Followed by a frothy refreshment at the Cock n Bull.
The committee meets every 1st Monday of the month, 7.00pm at the Cock 'n' Bull.
CONTACT: ntssa.net, Tom Duff ph: 0437 253 732 OR email@example.com
Softball games every Saturday at Churchill Park! We don't play long weekends or in school holidays. All ages (4+), males and females, junior and senior teams. Game length 1.5 hours. Very family orientated and friendly. Come and have fun. Call 0438 161 277, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org