Dragon Boat



Training: Thursday 14 October 2021

Competition: Friday 15 October – Saturday 16 October 2021

8.00am – 4.00pm each day

Games Entry Fee

$115 per person or $105 per person for people aged 70+
(the above entry fees will increase to $145 and $135 respectively as at 31 July 2021)

Please note: All transactions are subject to a PayPal charge (1.5% of total amount due +$0.30).
Further details available in the Games Entry Terms & Conditions.

Sport Entry Fee

$60 per person (covers entry of all categories and events)


Last Updated: 2/12/2020

Age Requirements

Age determined at 31 December 2021
Minimum age 40 years (BCS 18 years +)

Age Groups

Senior A – 40+ (Masters)

Senior B – 50+ (Grand Masters)

Senior C – 60+ (Great Grand Masters)

18+ (Breast Cancer Survivors)


Senior A (Masters) – 40+

10’s Crews 200m (Open, Mixed, Women, Social/Corporate)

20’s Crews 200m (Open, Mixed, Women)

Senior B (Grand Masters)  – 50+

10’s Crews 200m (Open, Mixed, Women)

20’s Crews 200m (Open, Mixed, Women)

Senior C (Great Grand Masters) – 60+

10’s Crews 200m (Open, Mixed, Women)

Breast Cancer Survivors – 18+

10’s Crews 200m

20’s Crews 200m

Number of Participant Requirements

Minimum number of participants required to conduct competition: 300 participants

Champion Lakes Regatta Centre

Henley Drive, Champion Lakes Western Australia 6111

Additional Information

  • Sweeps (steerers, helmsmen) will need to be accredited
  • Drummers do not need to meet age category eligibilty
  • BCS crews must be breast cancer survivors except drummers and sweeps.
  • All dragon boat teams from Australia are welcome including friends, workmates, former paddlers, new clubs, existing clubs and old clubs. Individuals who are not members of a club will be required to obtain a ‘corporate paddler’ temporary insurance from DBWA. More details to follow.
  • For information regarding insurance, please contact Dragon Boating WA at dbwa@optusnet.com.au or phone Barbara Clarkson (DBWA President) on 0413 263 436.


The competition will be conducted under the Australian Dragon Boating Federations Competition Regulations and Rules of Racing.

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