Posts From Boat Gold Coast Team

Local Waterski Champion: Abbey Teague

Abbey first learned to ski when she was nine years old. “It was at the dam, with my family,” she recalls. “After that, when I

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Australia’s Phonsy Mullan Claims Maiden World Title

After an epic battle between two champions that came all the way down to the final run of the Penrite UIM World Series, Phonsy Mullan

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Yoga for Boaties: Pre-Boating Practice

All people on a boat – whether the owner, crew or guest – are involved with the success of the day’s boating activities. It is

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Lighthouses: Beacons of History

Lighthouses – the tall towers with bright lights at the top found dotted around the world – came to be because of the need for

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Powerful Message: Saltwater Story

When I arrived in 1987, there were 220,000 people on the Coast – in just thirty years, it has tripled to become the 6th largest

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Collective Nouns For Fish

We often hear people refer to a group of fish as a “school of fish”. While it is the common term used, some academics argue

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Playdates on Boats

Are we there yet?” and “I’m bored!” may be the single two phrases you never want to hear again these school holidays. So before we

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Lights, Camera, Action!

It was a cloudy, mild afternoon on the Brisbane River recently when officers from Water Police Brisbane unexpectedly found themselves on a film set at

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Waterski: Growing Sport in Queensland

Australia has had plenty of great waterskiing champions over the years, from Bruce Cockburn and Kim Lampard to Bruce Neville, Glen Thurlow, and Karen Neville,

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Wakeboarding Tag-Along Social Day

There is an art to wakeboarding – an art that is sometimes overlooked by the average spectator or the first-timer, an art that takes practice

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