Orienteering Australia

Event information: Sydney Summer Series #25 Chiswick

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Venue: Campbell Park, Bibby Street, Chiswick.
Map: "Lysaght Wire Works"

No need for the tin snips, as we get to indulge in only the second ever Chiswick peninsular fly past. From the pendant string of parks south and west (Wire to Lysaght), to the elusive pearl rope of Armitage, Blackwall and Chambers, you'll be thinking grass under foot is just the best zoom pill. Then there is a bit of apartment fun in between! Sydney Harbour is really on show here, so don't miss this.

The Sydney Summer Series (also known as Sydney Map Running) offers great summer orienteering in Sydney, utilising the city's best parks, reserves, beaches, harbour-side and bush areas. Join us as we continue the action packed 30th season.

This is a 45 minute score course event with starts from 4.30pm until 6.45pm. A free off-road MINI course is also available.

General information
Event Sydney Summer Series #25 Chiswick
Organiser Bennelong Northside Orienteers
State Orienteering NSW
Status completed
Date Wednesday 24 March 2021 at 16:30 - 20:00 EDT
Normal entry deadline Wednesday 24 March 2021 at 18:45 EDT
Late entry deadline Friday 31 December 9999 at 23:59 EDT
Event form individual
Event classification Local event
Race distance Middle
Time of event day
Disciplines FootO
park/street orienteering
Punching system Sportident
Class information
Open A Junior Women, Junior Men, Open Women, Open Men, Masters Women, Masters Men, Veteran Women, Veteran Men, Super Veteran Women, Super Veteran Men, Legends Women, Legends Men, Immortals Women, Immortals Men, Organiser or Spectator, Score
Open B Walking Women, Walking Men, Groups, Mini
Contact details and main officials
Website http://sydneysummerseries.com.au/
Contact phone number 0407 498 020
Contact email
Event director Simon Nash

Start times


Entry is closed.

Enter on the day is available.

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Location of the event

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