Orienteering Australia

Event information: DIY MapRun Foot event at Tewantin

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With the slight easing of COVID-19 restrictions from 15 May in Qld, allowing travel up to 150km for recreation, we are introducing a socially-distanced DIY version of Night Navigation or Park Orienteering:

This week it’s at Tewantin on the Noosa Outlook map SOON to be PUBLISHED FOR YOU TO PRINT (See the link on this page)
- Choose the course map you need 40 min Score or 5 km Line from the Documents and Links section on this Eventor page
- Run anytime Sat am to Wed eve
- Run alone OR with immediate family OR with one other person
- The "normal" start/finish is the bus stop on Outlook Drive, opposite Buchanan Crescent .
- If you have installed MapRunF version 4.8.8 you can “Start Anywhere”
- Load the MapRun course you want from Queensland / Sunshine Coast / Night Nav - check the name and date.
- Open the event, tap "Go to Start" and visit any control
- That control will become your Start and Finish
- The original Start/Finish will become another control number
- Remember to finish where you started.

- You are allowed to DIY NIght Nav in the daytime!
- No PIN is required
- Free!
- Look out for the Results Email on Thurs

General information
Event DIY MapRun Foot event at Tewantin
Organiser Sunshine Orienteers Club
State Orienteering Queensland
Status completed
Date Saturday 23 May 2020
Event form individual
Event classification Club event
Race distance middle
Time of event day
Disciplines FootO
park/street orienteering
Punching system Emit
Class information
Open A Course 1
Open B Score
Contact details and main officials
Website https://www.facebook.com/SunshineOrienteers/
Contact person Mark Petrie
Contact phone number +61429899928
Contact email
Course setter Michael Schafer
Course controller Janelle Schafer

Participant questionnaire

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Start times


Entry is closed.

Enter on the day is available.

Location of the event

Please obey directions provided by the organiser.

Driving directions from Google Maps (Always make sure to follow the organiser's driving directions.)

Create a KML file with the location of the arena