[Show picture list] I can say I have been to Sailability Heaven. Steve & Carol Livingstone and my wife Jenny and myself attended the Sailability State Conference in early March. The conference was held on the Gold Coast at the
We’ve been sailing on the lake for a few years now but lately we’ve been joined by youngsters learning to sail through the “Tackers” programme run by the Keppel Bay Sailing Club. It’s great to see all the coloured sails
We are now sailing from the south side of the Causeway Lake. Near the Coolwaters Holiday Village.
It is with a great sense of excitement that we can announce that we are the grateful recipients of funding by the Iwasaki Foundation to build our own storage shed at the Causeway Lake.┬á The site is on land leased
Winter in Capricornia. Even on cloudy days the sailing has been very pleasant through the winter. [Show picture list] Photos by Jenny and Steve.
Another great video about why we do what we do from Channel 7 down south. More images on their web site.
Thanks to the support from the Iwasaki Foundation we have a new winch to help wheelchair bound clients access the dinghies from the pontoon.
Great photo Graham. Thanks
WhatÔÇÖs been happening at Sailability Capricornia?┬á We have had our ups and downs with the weather but on the whole it has been not too bad.┬á We are looking forward to the lovely winter months ahead. Volunteer numbers have been
What a pleasant morning was had by all! Despite the temperature being 30 degrees, a gentle breeze kept us relatively cool. The new Sun Safe Shirts and Hats on parade by the volunteers and members was great to see. Regular