|From 2007, the Queensland Government’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund provided $54,000 to the club for the purchase of two 20 seater dragon boats & trailers, rescue boat & trailer and lifejackets.Please click here to visit our sponsor’s website.
|In November 2008, the club was successful in receiving grant funds of $5000 from Queensland Government Department of Local Government, Sport and Development Program.Please click here to visit our sponsor’s website.
|In appreciation of club support, in 2007 Mercy Family Services purchased two 10 seater dragon boats for use at club training sessions. In acknowledgement of their support, club members chose the following names for the boats:Show No Mercy: the name acknowledges the competitive attitude of the club and its membersSpirit of Hope: the name incorporates the ethos of Mercy Family ServicesPlease click here to visit our sponsor’s website.|
|In support of several of their employees who are members of Te Waka Dragons, Building Rectification Services has assisted the club to purchase paddles that will be used for our community Come & Try Days. They will also be accessible to new paddlers while they are still deciding if they wish to continue with the sport. We are extremely grateful for their support and look forward to putting our new paddles to work.|