From 1 July 2020 to 30th June 2021
Membership fees consist of two components: DBQ Paddler Levy and Club Fee
Adult $90 Junior $45
Affiliated Water Sports $131
Junior $85 (Juniors are 8-18 years of age at time of joining)
Due to the effects of the current climate of the COVID 19, the following fees have been reduced.
DBQ (discounted fee): Adults $45 Juniors $20
Please be advised, DBQ plans to revisit the paddler levy later in the year depending on when the sport resumes possibly resulting in members having to pay further fees.
CLUB FEES have been waived for all members and any potential new members until 31 December, 2020. The Committee will review the situation in December and will advise what the club fees will be for the last 6 months of the season.
DBQ Paddlers Levy payments are processed via revolutioniseSPORT – Merchant fees apply
Club Fees are invoiced by RRD and paid via EFT into the Club’s bank account
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update
Redcliffe Red Dragons takes its responsibilities to its members and community seriously. As we carefully monitor and abide by the current Covid19 (Coronavirus) rules and regulations, we are actively taking steps to ensure the safety of our members and their families as well as the wider community.
Please see below links for both the Dragon Boat Queensland (DBQ) Covid19 Safe Plan and the club’s Covid19 Safe Plan for Dragon Boating.
Membership Fees cover:
DBQ registration- which includes membership to DBQ, limited accident insurance and public liability, boat hull insurance, use of club boats, paddles, life jackets, coaching and training instruction.
This membership gives you the opportunity to train up to three times per week and to compete as part of the team at club regattas, State titles and National Titles (separate entry fees are payable to attend regattas) Regatta Fees: usually $15 per person
We have social and recreational paddling sessions which suit those paddlers who would like to participate in our unique water sports to develop and maintain their fitness without the rigors of training for competition as well as having fun while doing so. Recreational paddlers are welcome to join in the more intense competition training sessions if they desire to do so.
If you want to try Dragon Boating and become part of our happy Redcliffe Red Dragons ‘family’, come and join us. Our training sessions are 6.00pm on Wednesday nights and 6.30am on Saturday mornings. New paddlers are advised to attend their first session on Saturday. For more details regarding training please click here. So come and give it a try as we are a very social and friendly bunch. After attending three (3) FREE training sessions, you can then decide whether you would like to continue with the sport.
It should be a big YES!
The membership form can be downloaded from here.