The Hawkesbury Canoe Classic is an excellent test of strength and persistence. The race will now accept early-bird entries starting 1 July and until the 31st.
The charity race will begin from the 28th to the 29th of October, 2023 and will be held at the Hawkesbury River.
There will be a variety of events. The most popular is its 111-kilometre Marathon from Windsor to Mooney Mooney. A 65-kilometre dash from Windsor to Wisemans Ferry and relay options will be available.
Early-bird fees cost significantly less. Entries for Adults cost $120. For Seniors ages 65 + and Juniors under 18, it costs $90.
Starting 1 August and until 13 October, the entry fee cost:
$150 – Adults
$120 – Seniors aged 65+ and Juniors under 18
Entry fee starting on the 14th October until the 22nd October 2023:
$200 – Adults
The declaration, policies, and other important information concerning the registration can be accessed here: Hawkesbury Canoe Classic.
Since 1977, the historic race has accommodated thousands of canoes, kayaks, and outriggers and was held at night.
The race proceeds have been donated to the Arrow: The Bone Marrow Transplant Foundation since 1994. The Hawkesbury Canoe Classic states that it contributed over $4 million, helping research and transplants concerning bone marrow. The Hawkesbury City Council, Paddle NSW, and Paddle Australia also sponsor the sports event.
Image credit to Hawkesbury Canoe Classic.