Auckland
Canoe Club

Auckland Canoe Club

Kayaking together in Tāmaki Makaurau since 1954

Join the club

We welcome new members no matter what your experience level is!

Events calendar

Check out what’s coming up and come paddle or play with us.

Kayak hire and storage

Rent space in our lockable storage shed or a hire a kayak for the day.

About us

Find out why we’re one of the top kayaking clubs in Auckland.

Events in March 2024

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
26/02/2024
27/02/2024
28/02/2024(2 events)

5:00 pm: Wednesday Beginners paddle


28/02/2024

Please contact Peter on storage@aucklandcanoeclub.org.nz to confirm attendance.

Meet at 5pm, aim to be on the water for 5.30pm.

Okahu Bay

5:30 pm: Wednesday Paddle


28/02/2024

This paddle leaves from Ōkahu Bay boat ramp in front of the club’s storage shed at 5:30pm (on the water) every Wednesday. Everyone is welcome. We recommend that anyone joining the evening paddle has some experience or has attended a basic skills course.

Okahu Bay
29/02/2024
01/03/2024
02/03/2024
03/03/2024(1 event)

8:00 am: Sunday Morning Paddle


03/03/2024

The Sunday morning paddle sets off from the Okahu Bay boat ramp at 9am. The average time for the paddle is around 2 to 3 hours, and the distance is around 10km. This is a ‘keep fit, feel good’ kind of paddle.

The trip leader will plan a paddle that reflects the abilities of the group. If needed, he will run you through the basics of setting up, and getting in and out of the kayak.

This paddle is an excellent introduction to kayaking and the club, or just a nice way to have a gentle outing with other club members.

Contact: Terry Price; Text to 0274 739 081

Okahu Bay
04/03/2024
05/03/2024
06/03/2024(2 events)

5:00 pm: Wednesday Beginners paddle


06/03/2024

Please contact Peter on storage@aucklandcanoeclub.org.nz to confirm attendance.

Meet at 5pm, aim to be on the water for 5.30pm.

Okahu Bay

5:30 pm: Wednesday Paddle


06/03/2024

This paddle leaves from Ōkahu Bay boat ramp in front of the club’s storage shed at 5:30pm (on the water) every Wednesday. Everyone is welcome. We recommend that anyone joining the evening paddle has some experience or has attended a basic skills course.

Okahu Bay
07/03/2024
08/03/2024
09/03/2024
10/03/2024(1 event)

8:00 am: Sunday Morning Paddle


10/03/2024

The Sunday morning paddle sets off from the Okahu Bay boat ramp at 9am. The average time for the paddle is around 2 to 3 hours, and the distance is around 10km. This is a ‘keep fit, feel good’ kind of paddle.

The trip leader will plan a paddle that reflects the abilities of the group. If needed, he will run you through the basics of setting up, and getting in and out of the kayak.

This paddle is an excellent introduction to kayaking and the club, or just a nice way to have a gentle outing with other club members.

Contact: Terry Price; Text to 0274 739 081

Okahu Bay
11/03/2024
12/03/2024
13/03/2024(2 events)

5:00 pm: Wednesday Beginners paddle


13/03/2024

Please contact Peter on storage@aucklandcanoeclub.org.nz to confirm attendance.

Meet at 5pm, aim to be on the water for 5.30pm.

Okahu Bay

5:30 pm: Wednesday Paddle


13/03/2024

This paddle leaves from Ōkahu Bay boat ramp in front of the club’s storage shed at 5:30pm (on the water) every Wednesday. Everyone is welcome. We recommend that anyone joining the evening paddle has some experience or has attended a basic skills course.

Okahu Bay
14/03/2024
15/03/2024
16/03/2024(1 event)

2:00 pm: SKISL training


16/03/2024

Skills Training Saturday 16 March, meet at 2pm, out on the water at 2;30pm. Please let Peter V know if you are coming.

Okahu Bay
17/03/2024(1 event)

8:00 am: Sunday Morning Paddle


17/03/2024

The Sunday morning paddle sets off from the Okahu Bay boat ramp at 9am. The average time for the paddle is around 2 to 3 hours, and the distance is around 10km. This is a ‘keep fit, feel good’ kind of paddle.

The trip leader will plan a paddle that reflects the abilities of the group. If needed, he will run you through the basics of setting up, and getting in and out of the kayak.

This paddle is an excellent introduction to kayaking and the club, or just a nice way to have a gentle outing with other club members.

Contact: Terry Price; Text to 0274 739 081

Okahu Bay
18/03/2024
19/03/2024
20/03/2024(2 events)

5:00 pm: Wednesday Beginners paddle


20/03/2024

Please contact Peter on storage@aucklandcanoeclub.org.nz to confirm attendance.

Meet at 5pm, aim to be on the water for 5.30pm.

Okahu Bay

5:30 pm: Wednesday Paddle


20/03/2024

This paddle leaves from Ōkahu Bay boat ramp in front of the club’s storage shed at 5:30pm (on the water) every Wednesday. Everyone is welcome. We recommend that anyone joining the evening paddle has some experience or has attended a basic skills course.

Okahu Bay
21/03/2024
22/03/2024
23/03/2024
24/03/2024(1 event)

8:00 am: Sunday Morning Paddle


24/03/2024

The Sunday morning paddle sets off from the Okahu Bay boat ramp at 9am. The average time for the paddle is around 2 to 3 hours, and the distance is around 10km. This is a ‘keep fit, feel good’ kind of paddle.

The trip leader will plan a paddle that reflects the abilities of the group. If needed, he will run you through the basics of setting up, and getting in and out of the kayak.

This paddle is an excellent introduction to kayaking and the club, or just a nice way to have a gentle outing with other club members.

Contact: Terry Price; Text to 0274 739 081

Okahu Bay
25/03/2024
26/03/2024
27/03/2024(2 events)

5:00 pm: Wednesday Beginners paddle


27/03/2024

Please contact Peter on storage@aucklandcanoeclub.org.nz to confirm attendance.

Meet at 5pm, aim to be on the water for 5.30pm.

Okahu Bay

5:30 pm: Wednesday Paddle


27/03/2024

This paddle leaves from Ōkahu Bay boat ramp in front of the club’s storage shed at 5:30pm (on the water) every Wednesday. Everyone is welcome. We recommend that anyone joining the evening paddle has some experience or has attended a basic skills course.

Okahu Bay
28/03/2024
29/03/2024(1 event)

5:00 pm: Vine House


29/03/2024 31/03/2024

Contact Matt Crozier or Trevor Arthur for availability and information.

30/03/2024(1 event)

5:00 pm: Vine House


29/03/2024 31/03/2024

Contact Matt Crozier or Trevor Arthur for availability and information.

31/03/2024(2 events)

5:00 pm: Vine House


29/03/2024 31/03/2024

Contact Matt Crozier or Trevor Arthur for availability and information.

8:00 am: Sunday Morning Paddle


31/03/2024

The Sunday morning paddle sets off from the Okahu Bay boat ramp at 9am. The average time for the paddle is around 2 to 3 hours, and the distance is around 10km. This is a ‘keep fit, feel good’ kind of paddle.

The trip leader will plan a paddle that reflects the abilities of the group. If needed, he will run you through the basics of setting up, and getting in and out of the kayak.

This paddle is an excellent introduction to kayaking and the club, or just a nice way to have a gentle outing with other club members.

Contact: Terry Price; Text to 0274 739 081

Okahu Bay

Paddle and play with us

Auckland Canoe Club holds a range of events where we paddle and play together. Some events are just for members, but most are open to all. We encourage you to come along and see what we are about. If you like what you see, join the club!

Stay up to date!

Trip reports

Great Barrier Island

On this trip I was keen to visit Tarahiki Island, which sits in the Firth of Thames east of Pakatoa. This photo of Tarahiki was taken several weeks earlier, (from Rotoroa Island).

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All in alignment

A late afternoon session soon provided all the ingredients for sheer Angling Euphoria as I started hooking and landing 5 big snapper.

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About us

Auckland Canoe Club has been part of the kayaking scene in Auckland since 1954. It has a proud history of helping its members have fun on the water and improve their paddling skills. The club’s main focus is sea kayaking in the waters of Tāmaki Makaurau but occasionally trips are also organised further afield.

Our members are active participants in all types of paddling experiences that get them out on the water, including exploration and camping, social meandering, expeditions, rescue training, rock gardening and surfing. The club offers a variety of events, trips and training sessions and is run by volunteers. The club’s home base is its storage shed on the Ōkahu Bay boat ramp on Tāmaki Drive, Auckland. This facility and the club’s hire fleet are available for members.


Get in touch

For specific enquiries, contact the relevant committee member/s on the list below.

Written correspondence
P.O. Box 9271 Newmarket, Auckland.