Invictus Dragon Boat Club Membership

2023-24 Season

Are you up for the challenge??? Sign-up now to make new friends, get fitter and ready to race with your new team!!


  Try dragon boating free for one month with Dragon Pass!  

Signing up for a Dragon Pass gives you the opportunity to try dragon boating for a one month consecutive period. It also allows for participation at a regatta if the regatta falls within the one month trial period, however you must have attended at least two training sessions before being able to participate in a regatta. You can paddle as many sessions as you would like for a one month period FREE! After this, you will be required to become a fully-paid member to continue paddling.

Click HERE, enter your name and date of birth, and select 1 Dragon Pass - $0.00 from the drop down list of Registration Types. 

Click NEXT and fill in the details to complete your Dragon Pass registration.

You can then come along and paddle with us - see our training page for location and times.

Invictus/DBACT Membership

Registration and membership fees (valid for 12 months)

Fees are comprised of DBACT registration fees + Invictus membership fees (plus Pin Payment fee of 2.0% + $0.60 AUD) which can be paid online in a single transaction. 

DBACT registration fees:

  • $300 for sports membership 2023-2024 season (commensurate to ~$6.00/week)
  • $175 for students 2023-2024 season (note: To be accepted as a student member you must be attending a secondary school or enrolled at a recognised tertiary institution on a FULL TIME BASIS)

Invictus Dragon Boat Club membership fees:

  • $50

How your membership fees are used

Dragon Boat ACT fees cover the use of boats, paddles and other equipment (including maintenance and upkeep), entry fees for local regattas, and insurance coverage while you are training or racing. 

The Invictus fee is used by the club to cover the costs of training aids, equipment and club operating/administrative expenses .

Health and Safety

We care about the health and safety of our members/prospective members.
If you are pregnant, have been previously inactive, or suffer from any medical conditions it is recommended that you seek medical advice before commencing vigorous physical activity. You should be aware that dragon boating is a water-based sport and there is a risk of serious injury or death from participating in the sport of dragon boating. If you are willing to accept this then you participate completely at your own risk, and you agree to hold harmless the Association and its registered members from liability. You agree to abide by the rules and regulations set by Dragon Boat ACT (trading as Canberra Dragon Boats Association Inc). We suggest that members/prospective members familiarise themselves with the safety guidelines and rules and regulations of the Association, available on the DBACT website.



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