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Policies & Documents

As a not-for-profit association Dragons Abreast Brisbane ensures it operates in compliance with Queensland’s laws.

We have an active Committee who meets regularly to ensure all safety and financial obligations of the club are met.

Our Club's Constitution has been drafted to comply with the Associations Incorporation Act 1981 (Qld) and the Associations Incorporation Regulation 1999 (Qld).

Our Model Rules (Constitution) can viewed here - Rules of Dragons Abreast Brisbane Inc - 13 July 2019

For further information, please contact our committee.

Dragon's Abreast Brisbane has adopted the Australian Dragon Boat Federation Membership Protection Policy. You can view that policy here.

Want to know more?

For more information about the day to day operations of our dragon boat club, please contact us.

You can also read more about our obligations as a non-profit organisation here.

Code of Conduct

Team Missabittatitti sets the standard on and off the water for encouraging women and men to lead an active and full life after a breast cancer diagnosis.

We are a unique paddling group. Our club’s members range in age from their early 40s to mid 80s, and we offer social paddling and also coaching for those who want to improve as sports paddlers.

Because of our diversity, extra care must be taken to ensure all members have a safe and enjoyable experience on and off the water.

It is every paddler’s responsibility to be aware of, and comply with at all times with, our Code of Conduct.

You can view, download and print a copy of Dragon Abreast Brisbane’s Code of Conduct by clicking the button on the right.

If you have concerns please contact MBT’s Management Committee. MBT Code of Conduct


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