Club News

Little Ships Club Overnighter – June 15 to 16

RSVP here … You are invited to join us for our first official Poker Run on March 24th where there will be Poker, Beach, Beers and Boats? How does a poker run work? Well, when you meet us in the morning at the club you will receive a map with 4 different…

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Poker Run – March 24

RSVP here … You are invited to join us for our first official Poker Run on March 24th where there will be Poker, Beach, Beers and Boats? How does a poker run work? Well, when you meet us in the morning at the club you will receive a map with 4 different…

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Friday Club Night – March 1

FRIDAY CLUB NIGHT, March 1 We are coming up on the first Friday of the month so its time to get yourself, friends and family down to the Club for a meal and drink next Friday, March 1 from 6pm. The usual raffles will be drawn including our Redlands Meat Hall meat...

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Passing of Bruce King – D.L.M and P.C

We regret to inform you that our inaugural Commodore, Bruce King, unfortunately passed away last week. Bruce was one of the founding members of our club and without his efforts and contributions, the club would not be what it is today. Bruce King, together with Arthur...

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RBC 2017/18 Management Reports

Commodores Report The Redlands Boat Club is moving into the next club year maintaining a strong financial position, which will aid in both major and minor works to be undertaken in future years.  The strong financial position of the club is thanks in no small part to...

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Overnighter at Blakesleys Anchorage

On May 26th, 2018 the Redlands Boat Club ventured over to Blakesleys Anchorage on North Stradbroke Island for a weekend filled with running from the rain, laughs and most importantly good company! Thank you to all of those who made the trip with us and most...

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Pontoon Sand Removal

On the low tide on Saturday the 11th of November 2017, we had another go at removing the sand from under the RBC pontoon.  This time a high volume water pump was borrowed from Raby Bay VMR to attach to a water lance to blast the sand out from under to pontoon. A big...

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