Mullum2Bruns Paddle - Brunswick Heads, Mullumbimby
Sunday 27 May 2018
- Fabulous family fun day held on the Brunswick River with something for everyone!
- Fun paddles and competitive challenge events with great prizes
- Plenty of fun to be had in Terrace Park too with food stalls, jumping castle, face painting and non-stop music!
The Mullum2Bruns Paddle is an annual event held on the Brunswick River, starting at Heritage Park, Mullumbimby and ending at the Terrace Park in Brunswick Heads. There is something for everyone:
Challenges – competitive events, drawing top athletes from all over Australia, with valuable prizes to be won
Fun Paddle – bring along any non-motorised craft that floats and have some fun with family and friends
The 2018 Mullum2Bruns Paddle will be held on Sunday 27 May.
Paddle Fun and Challenges 2018
- 7:30 – 9:00 am Fun Paddle from Heritage Park
- 9:00 am Best Decorated Craft from Heritage Park
- 9:00 am Dragon Boats from HP Ramp 2
- 9:30 am SUP Challenge from Heritage Park
- 10:00 am Kayak Challenges from Heritage Park
The tide is low for this year’s event. You need to be at the finish by midday to make sure you have enough water left to paddle.
Register (or check in if registered online) at least 30 minutes prior to start.
All persons under 12 years of age must wear a lifejacket
To register for this years event click here
Terrace Fun & Awards
There will be fun at the soundshell at Terrace Park on the river in Bruns. Paddlers can relax and refresh themselves after their paddle while waiting for the awards presentation. There is plenty to do while you wait for friends and family who are paddling – expos, food stalls, jumping castle, face painting, people-watching and lots more. There will be non-stop music during this time, performed by talented local artists who very kindly donate their time free for the day.
The three founding organisations of the Mullum2Bruns paddle are:
- Brunswick Heads Visitor Centre
- Brunswick Surf Lifesaving Club
- Brunswick Marine Rescue
All are non-profit organisations, run by volunteers, which rely on fundraising for their survival.
The Mullum2Bruns Paddle Organising Committee was formed, with representatives from each of these organisations meeting regularly to create the eco-friendly family fun event.
The Mullum2Bruns Paddle could not happen without the dedication of the volunteers who make up the three beneficiary organisations. The months of planning, the days of setting up prior to Paddle day and the sheer hard work on the day mean that these funds are well and truly earned. Sincere thanks to the volunteers for making all this possible.
For more info visit: mullum2brunspaddle.com.au