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Port Neptune Regatta: 19th - 21st Sept

posted 11 Aug 2014, 03:58 by Epping Scouts

The Port Neptune Regatta is now the second longest running Scout Regatta in Australia. It was started in 1948 to give Scouts an experience in upper harbour and river sailing, and it has continued almost without a break, to this very day. Traditionally the Regatta is held on the Parramatta River at Abbotsford. Scouts regularly come from all over NSW and the ACT to camp overnight in the park and attend our Regatta, participating in the sailing, canoeing and other fun events. There will also be Cub/Joey-and-parent canoe races on Saturday morning for those prepared to get wet.

Epping Scouts have traditionally participated in and often won this event. The location is not far from our Meadowbank boat shed so we will be sailing our boats down to the Regatta each day.

More information will be forthcoming, attached is a brochure and other material. If you are interested in participating please let a Leader know so that we can plan for it.

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Epping Scouts,
11 Aug 2014, 03:59
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Epping Scouts,
11 Aug 2014, 04:00
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