Maroochy River Rowing Club (MRRC)  was initially established by Russell & Donna Muller in 2012 to foster the growth of teenagers from all Schools and Universities across the Sunshine Coast into the Olympic sport of rowing. With an abundance of very experienced and dedicated supporters, the club is assured of a big future.

Based at Muller Park, Bli Bli MRRC are very handy to neighbouring Maroochydore and centrally positioned within the Sunshine Coast region. From this base we enjoy the most protected waterways available for our 'still-water rowing. We are able to train long distances downstream towards Cotton Tree and even further distances upstream on some of the most pristine parts of the beautiful Maroochy River.

Mooroo-kutchi *meaning red-bill, the name of the black swan

Moorookutchi-dha *meaning the place of the black swan

With respect to the graceful swan gliding down the river, our clubs identity  including club colours, align with the graceful black swan.

We are building the necessary framework to support a rowing club future that excels with beginner rowing to advanced skills, inter-club competition and individual school team representation as well the necessary support systems that will provide a pathway for our elite rowers to go onto their own highest levels of personal achievement.

Maroochy River Rowing Club acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands and waters of Queensland. We acknowledge the traditional Country of the Kabi Kabi and the Jinibara Peoples of the coastal plains and hinterlands of the Sunshine Coast, and recognise that these have always been places of cultural, spiritual, social, and economic significance. The Maroochy River Rowing Club acknowledges the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to play within the Sunshine Coast communityWe offer our respect to elders past, present, and emerging as we work towards a just, equitable, and reconciled Australia.



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