Great Barrier Reef Ocean Challenge
Don’t miss the chance to challenge yourself in Australia’s longest ocean iron race. A unique adventure, set against the stunning coast line of far north Queensland, the 45km downwind course from Yorkeys Knob to Port Douglas combines gruelling distance and fantastic surf action. Remember – if it was easy, everyone would do it!
This incredible race is open to OC6, OC2, OC1, SUPs, surf skis and prone boards.
For the adventure but less experienced, why not try the mini G (half course) or back up after GBROC? The race is also open to 6 person outrigger canoes and all craft.
If you’re still not sure, check out the video below to really wet your appetite for the best downwind ocean action on the Australian racing calendar!
SAVE THE DATE. All crews/craft are invited to be a part of the 10th anniversary GBROC 2020 from Yorkeys Knob to Port Douglas (iron or changeover) on Saturday, August 8, 8.30am start and mini G (18km) on Sunday, August 9, 9.30am start at Four Mile Beach.