Sharpies come to town

This New Year, Keppel Bay Sailing Club will be a buzz of activity as they host the 75th Australian Sharpie Championships, from 29th December 2017 to January 5th 2018. It’s been a while since the Sharpie class descended on Yeppoon, with the last Australian...

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Go barefoot for charity

Go barefoot for charity this weekend as Pinefest Ambassador entrants Georgia Peacock and Tennielle Healy aim to raise money for their chosen charities through the fun of barefoot bowls. Locals and visitors alike can help their work by registering a team of four and...

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Beef month worth celebrating

Locals now have the chance to sample the best Central Queensland Brangus beef as Keppel Bay Sailing Club announces August is Beef Month. Keppel Bay Sailing Club Manager Julie Strudwick said living in the beef capital of Australia, one of their passions is being able...

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Live painting spectacle

Yeppoon locals and visitors have the rare opportunity to see local award-winning artist Jet James painting live this weekend at Keppel Bay Sailing Club. Jet James is an Yeppoon-based Australian artist recognised for his unique and highly sensitive artworks. He has...

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Good luck Brent!

Keppel Bay Sailing Club senior sailing member Brent Pearson will this week compete in the 2017 Moth World's held on Lake Garda, Italy. Brent competed in the 2017 Italian Moth National's preceding the World event last week finishing 51st overall in a fleet of 140. This...

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Local businesses promote youth development

It was a moment of great pride for Keppel Bay Sailing Club management and staff, hearing they had once again made the finals in the regional Queensland Training Awards. KBSC manager Julie Strudwick said the board and management team are excited to once again be in the...

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Sailors take the Keppel Krippler challenge

Excitement was in the air as Keppel Bay Sailing Club had a windy start to the annual Keppel Krippler, a two day event sailing to and from North Keppel Island with an overnight stay. This year featured 44 participants from KBSC spread across three Corsair’s, two...

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It’s a wrap: 60th anniversary celebrations

OVER a thousand people enjoyed the fun and activities on and off the water for Keppel Bay Sailing Club’s 60th anniversary celebrations over the weekend. KBSC Manager Julie Strudwick said the turnout was a testament to how much the club has been an important part of...

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Kids learn to sail at KBSC

The tradition of teaching kids to sail at Keppel Bay Sailing Club started in 1962 when the first learn to sail committee was formed in December with Val Sisley as Chairman and Brian Lloyd as Secretary/Treasurer and Keith Stover, Gordon Neilsen, Brian Lloyd and Ian...

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