Bribie Island Mahalo Outrigger Canoe Club Inc. (BIMOCC) was established in February 2017 with a steering Committee of Cecilia Wilson, Stacey Olson and Suzie Bourke.

BIMOCChas its own secure site next to  Volunteer Marine Rescue Bribie Island on Marine Parade, Sylvan Beach, Bellara – shared with Bribie Island Sailing Club Inc.

Bribie Island Mahalo Outrigger Canoe Club is is the registered business name and is Incorporated in Queensland as a not for profit community sports club run by volunteers.

We are affiliated with the Australian Outrigger Canoe Racing Association (AOCRA)  and are members of the South Queensland Zone (SQZ)

BIMOCC is dedicated to providing our members with a safe and happy environment in which to paddle, compete and socialise.

Mooloolaba Regatta 28 February 2021

BIMOCC had two canoes compete and a great day was had by all.

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We have take off!
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RACING! Go Mahalo
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Line up on the beach waiting to be called for their race!

2019 polyva’a regatta 2020

Monday 17 December 2018

Councillor Brooke Savige with paddlers and Canoe. A generous grant  by Moreton Bay Regional Council.

Saturday 27th October 2018 – visited by Polynesian Va’a OCC.     

Saturday 20th October

Pete & Rose doing well at Redcliffe

Saturday 15th September

BIMOCC at the Bayside Regatta – more medals!!

October 2018

BIMOCC  refreshes sailors at the finish of the 2018 Bribie Cup Yacht Race, Bongaree Jetty.

Saturday 25th August 2018

BIMOCC WINS AGAIN AT NOOSA.

Sandy – FIRST   Peter and Rose – THIRD   Brody – FOURTH

Great racing  in very choppy conditions.

Saturday 11th August 2018

BIMOCC members competed successfully at Mooloolaba OC 1 & 2  Regatta.

Mixed novice team won silver at Noosa 9/6/18

TWO MIXED NOVICE TEAMS AT GOLD COAST 30/4/18    ONE GOLD  & ONE BRONZE

     

 

FIRST ANNIVERSARY PARTY   Nov 2017