Disability Kayak Challenge

  The three day Challenge involves kayaking from the Port of Sale to the sea at Lakes Entrance, a distance of 120km.  The new One Day Challenge has been introduced in the alternate year and covers a distance of 30km from Bairnsdale to Metung.  All funds raised from both Challenges provide support to those within our Gippsland East community who have been affected by permanent or long term disability, assisting them to attain/gain an improved quality of life and independence
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The paddlers at Captains Cove in Paynesville

Sale to Sea Inc is a Not for Profit Charity that assists others to reach their potential Aims of the Challenge
  • Highlight the capacity that people living with a disability have to lead an active life
  • Encourage active sporting activities for people of all abilities
  • To raise funds for families and individuals experiencing hardship as a result of a permanent or long term disability
  • Encourage those living with a disability to live life on their terms.
  • To raise awareness of the importance of a fully inclusive society

The next Sale to Sea Disability Kayak Challenge will be a one day event and will commence on the 17th March 2018 starting in Bairnsdale and finishing in Metung, a distance of 30km.

If you are interested in participating in this great event, as a paddler or as part of the support team, click here to fill out the required forms.


Amputee paddlers at Loch Sport

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Gippsport All-Abilities team


Paddlers getting ready on day 2 at Seacombe


Andrew Bedggood at Loch Sport