The Mildura Rowing Club members are very active in the community promoting rowing to local schools and individuals of all ages.
At present the are 2 School Rowing Program conducted with Chaffey Secondary School and Saint Joseph's College. These programs involve competitors in the U15, U17 and U19 Age category.
Students as young as 10 often assist crews with Boat navigation and normally upon commencement of secondary school ready to start rowing.
The Club has a strong level of participation in Senior Men and Ladies rowing as well as a growing Masters group
The Mildura Rowing Club Clubrooms are available to hire for private functions and the venue offers a fantastic environment overlooking the river.
Enquiries can be made to the Club Secretary at
Over the last 5 years member of the Rowing Club have significantly increased their involvement in the community by providing opportunities for other groups to participate in rowing at different levels. this includes.
Indoor Rowing Activity
CALD Group in conjunction with the local Mildura Police Force
Mildura Special School
Mildura Christie Centre
Row 100km at Mildura Central to raise funds for the RFDS & Mildura Cancer Support Centre.
The Mildura Rowing Club has a long and proud history of over 100 years in the Sunraysia Community. The existing clubhouse is the third to be erected on the Mildura riverfront area. The previous two suffering extensively from flooding which is why the existing clubhouse is built on a location much higher than the previous two.
The Rowing Club has a membership base incorporating people of all ages and professions. Not all members are active rowers, however, most have had an involvement with rowing at some point in their lives and continue to revel in the camaraderie of the Club.
The Rowing Club has an excellent Social Room on the river side of the building which is unknown to many. A huge glass frontage overlooks the river and our social rooms are fully licensed. Numerous Club functions take place during the year and it is an excellent venue.
The remainder of the Clubhouse building houses our fleet of boats and a small gymnasium. The Club maintains a fleet of numerous boats of all configurations. We also house several privately owned boats (sculls) for some members.
The Club attempts to maintain it's fleet of boats and oars in top condition, however, this can be an expensive exercise. Many rowing boats are well in excess of $10,000 to buy new and one oar can cost in the vicinity of $600.
The Club's main fundraising exercise every year is as the host of the Mildura Henley on the Murray. This is traditionally held on Easter Saturday and all members pitch in to make it a successful day.
The main Club meeting time of the week is Sunday mornings. During the remainder of the week, members can row at any time they choose, however, generally crews or scullers will hit the water around 6am.
Once a member of the Club you are entitled to use mostly any boat in the Club fleet when desired. You are able to obtain a key to the clubhouse which enables you to take a boat out at any convenient time to yourself or your crew. The only stipulation is that you are deemed competant enough in the skills of rowing to do so. This generally follows a period of training for those who classed as 'beginners'.
The feeling of rowing in unison as a crew member of a four or eight is thrilling and exciting.
For any further information or queries regards membership of our club, email the club at firstname.lastname@example.org
President - Nigel Sullivan
Treasurer - Sam Lowe
Regatta Secretary - Allan Coveney
Captain - Russell Cornwall
Vice Captain -