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The Club was formed in 1938 under the banner of the Upper Hawkesbury Motor Boat Club.

This makes it the oldest continually running Club in Australia .

Bridge to Bridges were run prior to the founding of the Club by boating enthusiasts.

The Bridge to Bridge is run on the first Sunday in May & the annual Spectacular in September.

Today the Club caters for most types of racing, Inboards, Outboards, Handicaps, and Scratch races, large Spectaculars and Club Race days.

Ages range from Juniors of 8 years of age to some of our senior members of 70 years and older.

 Some of Australia's Power Boat racing Champions started off in Formula Future racing.

Upper Hawkesbury Power Boat Club is at Governor Phillip Park, at the Windsor boat ramp.


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 18 October 2017 was the last time this site was updated


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Thank you Beneficial Safety for your very much appreciated donation of a Resus Kit / Oxy Viva.

Thank you Dave Coldy for your generous support of UHPBC and supplying the club with the use of a new Defibrillator.













Next UHPBC Events:

Notice is hereby given that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the UPPER HAWKESBURY POWER BOAT CLUB will be held at the UHPBC Clubhouse, Governor Phillip Park, George St, Windsor on Wednesday 8th November 2017 commencing at 7:30 pm.

A reminder that all those in attendance need to be a financial member of UHPBC. An online membership renewal is here or download one and post it in from here.

All the information for the AGM is here.


Sunday 5th November - Club Day



Bridge 2017












Sunday 19th November - Bridge to Bridge

Entries close: Monday 13th November

Online entries now available !

 

Scrutineering: UHPBC Club House

Friday 17 November: 10am – 4pm

Saturday 17th November: 10am – 4pm

 

Briefing night: UHPBC Club House

Friday 17th November: 7pm

 

You know you want too, so don't fight it. Get your entries in!


All the information is here.















Congratulations Louise Vella, 2 poles and 2 wins in the F4 class at the F1H20 China round driving for Team Sweden.




To every single person who has helped us put on the 2017 CMS Plumbing UHPBC Spectacular we say an appreciative,

THANK YOU

Boat racing doesn’t exist without the truckload of support from its volunteers and the financial support of its sponsors and the support of the competitors who traveled from far and wide. Please support those who support this sport.

Thank you for your patience and perseverance on Saturday but Sunday was a cracka day of racing.

Full results are here

 And John Bosher’s unreal photos are here!





Thanks to TR Marine and Mercury for helping the club replace our control boat and Contrast Printing for making it look the goods!