The Tees Barrage International White Water Course, originally the Teesside White Water Course, is an artificial whitewater course on the north bank of the River Tees, in North East England. It is part of the Tees Barrage and is located in the Stockton-on-Tees district, accessible by road only from Thornaby-on-Tees and best accessed by the A66. The course was built in 1995 at a cost of ?2m. The course is now open once more under the new name TBIWWC (Tees Barrage International White Water Centre).
The course is owned by the Canal & River Trust but administered by Tees Active from the on-site watersports centre The white water facility offers kayaking, whitewater slalom, playboating and white water rafting plus surfing on the 'surf wave'.
The centre's facilities include log cabins, a placid practice pool; watersports centre, shop and cafe; car parking, camping, picnicing and caravanning areas; bandstand and landscaped amphitheatre, The Talpore pub, a restaurant and hotel. The course itself is a 'U' shaped loop, 250 m long, 7 m wide with a 3.7 m drop and a flow of 14 cumecs (m3/s). The immediate environs of the white water course include the Teesdale Way cycle path (National Cycle Network), the River Tees, the Tees Barrage and the placid grade A two star waters of the river Tees; the David Lloyd Leisure racquet centre, a superstore and Portrack Marsh Nature Reserve.