Wooden Boat

Association of Queensland

Upcoming Events

 
Saturday, April 29, 2017 - Monday, May 01, 2017
 
Saturday, May 06, 2017
 
Monday, May 08, 2017 - Friday, May 12, 2017
 
Tuesday, May 09, 2017 5:45pm

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North Queensland

The Wooden Boat Association of North Queensland is an active group of people who have an interest in timber boats. Our current members comprise both owners and lovers of all types of wooden craft from canoes, skiffs and trailerable yachts to cruising yachts and powered craft.

The Association was formed in Townsville in 1995 to act as the host organisation for the first North Queensland Wooden Boat Show held that year. That show has been held annually since then and the Association also indulges in a number of other social and community activities.

There are regular meetings of the Townsville Branch on the first Monday of each month at the Townsville Motor Boat & Yacht Club Plume St South Townsville (1800h) for the transaction of Association business and the exchange of news and views. New and prospective members are welcome.


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Contacts
President: Dave South 07 4789 1897
0427 351 273
Vice President: Geoff Fawkner 0409 021 156
Secretary: Peter Whalley-Thompson 0434 161 740
Treasurer: Phil Woodgate 0419 640 973
Media Officer: Vacant
Mail: PO Box 120
Townsville QLD 4810
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From our archives

  • Seagull Outboards

    Seagull Outboards With a couple of mentions of Seagull outboard motors in this Log, it is appropriate to include an article sent to me by Ian Primrose. It comes from John Vigor's Blog (see "Web Watch" below). Ian said that John's perceptive and honest writing shines through in this article about Seagull outboards although a member (or two) of the WBAQ might not agree! To test that view, I sent the article to our resident Seagull tragic Chris Treloar, who was kind enough to provide a detailed and...

 


 

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