Subsonix Dragon Boat Club is located in Adelaide, South Australia. We are comprised of men, women and students of varying ages and fitness levels - all training from the boat sheds on Aquatic Reserve, Bower Road at West Lakes.
Subsonix Dragon Boat Club invites men and women of all ages and fitness levels, to join us either socially or competitively, to train and compete in the upcoming season. Dragon boating is the world's fastest growing team sport, very social, inexpensive, and steeped in tradition.
I am very excited to be part of a club dedicated to continued improvement while remaining faithful to the Club ethos of participation for all. Subsonix is a Club with lots of energy and enthusiasm both on and off the water. We have a highly skilled coaching squad and a plethora of experienced paddlers. Our continued fundraising efforts assist in keeping our costs down. Our members enjoy what the sport of dragon boating offers. These foundations will keep our Club strong for the years ahead.
Following a highly successful end to season 2014/15, we have big plans for this season and we need you! If you want to be a part of the action, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Dragon boating should be fun but there is no reason why we can’t be competitive as well. I understand that everybody has different lifestyles and not everybody can train all the time. Therefore, as we have done in the past, everybody will get a fair go regardless of training or ability.
See you on the water.
Child Safety Officer - Maria Darby
All sporting clubs providing services to young people under 18 years of age must be compliant with the requirements for the Department for Education Child Development – Families SA to provide a child safe environment. To support this requirement Subsonix has a Child Safety Officer, who is familiar with the responsibilities associated with mandatory notification.
The Child Safety Officer works with Committee members to ensure our Club meets government regulations by providing a child safe environment. Completion of the training program provided by the Office of Recreation and Sport will assist in the development of a Club Policy and Procedure on Child Safety.