Centenary Rowing Club is a public rowing club located in the suburb of Riverhills (Brisbane), Queensland, Australia. Centenary Rowing Club focuses primarily on our Youth Rowing program, which we offer to both public and private secondary school students.

Centenary Rowing is a 100% volunteer-run club with none of our members being paid for their services to the club.

Centenary Rowing Club also offers Masters rowing and a learn to row program for adults.

The very essence of teamwork is encouraged through rowing.

As an active club, we have rowers training every weekday afternoon, most weekday mornings and on the weekend, for both competition and leisure. Our well-constructed program encourages involvement, enthusiasm, passion and commitment.

Photo credit: Di A-Izzedin   



Sydney International Rowing Regatta 2018

Girls U17 4x+ (Emily Lucht, Victoria Petrie, Julia Urbano, Ella Mckenzie, cox: Charlie Stock)

Picture: Carla Urbano

Centenary Rowing Club runs Learn to Row programs for adults. We also run SpinRow classes! These are for fitness, on rowing machines (ergos) and no experience is necessary. · Read more
Centenary Rowing Club's Youth Rowing program is available to both public and private secondary school students. We teach students to row from schools all over the western suburbs of Brisbane. They can then join our training program for fun and fitness, and compete in regattas, representing either their school or Centenary Rowing Club. · Read more
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