Brighton Seacliff Yacht Club is home to many South Australian sharpies. For latest information, visit the BSYC website.
In Western Australia, there are fleets of sharpies sailing at East Fremantle Yacht Club (EFYC) and Mounts Bay Sailing Club (MBSC) in Perth, Geographe Bay Yacht Club (GBYC) in Busselton, Geraldton Yacht Club (GYC) in Geraldton and Mandurah Offshore Fishing and Sailing Club (MOFSC) in Mandurah
ANU Sailing Club also supports Sharpie sailing and has two ANU boats that can be campaigned by being a member of the ANU Sports Union. More information on eligibility please contact Mr Grant Warner. Email: SGW@grapevine.com.au Mob: 0408486821 The ANU Sailing Club is located on the western side of Yarralumla Bay, at the end of Novar Street, Yarralumla, ACT.
Canberra Yacht Club - The CYC's twilight series is popular, with boats venturing out on Wednesday afternoons to catch the freshening evening breeze. Visit our Gallery for videos of Wednesday evening races. The CYC is located on Lotus Bay, access via Alexandrina Drive.
Sunday racing at the CYC starts at 2pm. Wednesday racing starts at 6pm.
YMCA Sailing Club - Sharpies race on Lake Burley Griffin from the Y every Saturday during the sailing season. The Club is located on Yarralumla Bay, access via Alexandrina Drive.
Saturday racing at the Y starts at 2pm, Twilight racing on Tuesdays during daylight savings, and Sharpie training sessions on Thursdays.
Sharpies sail from both Balmoral and Port Hacking
The Balmoral Sailing Club usualy hosts Round 2 of the NSW State Titles.
Port Kembla Sailing Club
Port Kembla Sailing Club hosted the 66th Sharpie Nationals The club is situated on the northern shore of Lake Illawarra. There is now a growing fleet of competitive Sharpies sailing each Saturday. Visitors welcome. Visit the PKSC website or email Ian Richardson Vintage@bigpond.com
The Dry River Dinghy Sailing Club held its annual Sharpie meet mid February 2009. They scraped up some of the older Sharpies and sent in some photos. The Goose made an appearance (very fitting as we enter the age of Aquarius!) and despite many years of sitting in a shed showed no signs of neglect and sailed with no leaks, no rot and with all original gear working. The IF made it as well and took home the Sharpie trophy.
South Coast Sharpies sail at either Wallagoot Lake or from the Dry River Sailing Club near Bega.
The annual Wallagoot Lake Regatta, just south of Tathra, is hosted by the Wallagoot Lake Boat Club. This regatta runs over the Canberra Day long weekend, March 7 and 8.
To contact the South Coast Sharpies email Tim Whitaker at email@example.com
Bling (N871) out on Lake Illawarra during the first round of the 2008 NSW state titles.