Register for the Learn to Row program.
Mildura Rowing Club has a strong background of introducing the sport of Rowing to local community members. The Learn to Row Program is designed to suit ‘The Socialiser’, ‘Fitness Fanatic’ or ‘The Competitive Spirit’.
- Introduction to the Rowing Club & complete an Ergo Session (Rowing Machine Trial)
- Half Day Intensive Rowing Camp at the Club
- 4 week ongoing development program
- Male & Female Coaches are Rowing Australia Accredited with National and International experience
What you will learn
- Off water technique- Rowing Machine
- On water rowing skills
- Boat handling techniques
- Safety techniques
- Adults - $40
- Under 18 - $20.
- Discount available on 2016/2017 season Full Membership
Learn To Row
Are you interested in Learning to Row?
Mildura Rowing Club welcomes all to our Club. Whether you are an experienced rower, or never rowed before.
If you have never sat in a rowing boat before, then we will endeavour to give you the skills and training necessary to ensure you can enjoy the exhilarating experience of rowing on the beautiful Murray River, hopefully as a future member of Mildura Rowing Club. You can enjoy rowing simply to keep fit, to partake as a social rower singularly or in a crew, or to even compete at regattas attended by the Club.
Don't worry about a membership subscription, just yet. If you have never rowed before and would like to give it a 'no obligation' try, then fill out our Registration of Interest form above. A member of the Club will then contact you within a few days.
The Club regularly meets on Sunday mornings and rowing takes place at other times during the week.
The only criteria we place on beginner rowers is that you are able to swim at least 25 metres. If under 18 years, signed permission of a parent/guardian is required.
Rob Ellis - Level 2 Accredited
Nigel Sullivan - Level 1 Accredited
Casey Gadsden - Level 1 Accredited
Kim Kelly - Level 1 Accredited
Katelyn O'Mahoney - Level 1 Accredited
Isabelle Van Vurren - Level 1 Accredited
Tessel Van Vurren - Level 1 Accredited
Decent Rowing Website
Submit Your Interest
What do I need to bring?
Sandals or thongs that you don't mind getting wet - Most Important!!
Close fitting workout clothes that do not restrict your movement
Sunglasses on a sunny day
Sneakers or running shoes for using the rowing machine.
Already Know How to Row?
Contact the club at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include in your email message details of your past rowing history, your preference (sweep/sculling) and if possible, some idea of your rowing goals/aspirations.
This information will help direct you to the appropriate committee member and provide a smoother transition and introduction into our club.
Club Practice Times
(Coaches usually available)
Thursdays 5-30pm - 7-00pm - General Crew Training Session
Saturday 7am - 10-30am - General Crew Training
Saturday 10-30am - 11-00am - Junior Crews
Monday 5-30pm to 7-30am - Ladies Training Night