Queensland State Rowing Centre
The Queensland State Rowing Centre is located on the vast waters of Wyaralong Dam, the breadth of which make the course one of the fairest and most accessible in Australia.
Spectators are treated to an incredible experience, with the rare ability to see the entire course from start to finish at the current viewing area. Visitors will also experience one of the country’s most scenic courses.
Set into classic Australia bushland, local wildlife regularly visit, and a friendly kangaroo may come and cheer on races from the banks of the lake.
The venue is the busiest in Queensland, hosting over 40 regattas, time trials, and training events per year.
The venue will host the 2032 Olympic Rowing and Sprint Kayak competitions on its $400,000 International-standard rowing course, which is also the only in the world to have 10 lanes.