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Event information: NOL - Long - Eureka Challenge - Vic Autumn 2 - Creswick

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EMBARGO All areas covered by the Petticoat Gully orienteering map, Creswick.

This is a National League event, and also event 2 in the Vic Autumn series. Due to uncertainty of potential entries from interstate NOL teams - border restrictions and quarantine periods - watch this space in mid-February for any changes. The competition area will be in the Creswick Regional Park.

Orienteering is a naturally physically distanced activity, so come along and enjoy the competition, the outdoor environment and Victoria’s great orienteering terrain! If you do find yourself close to others, please respect and follow rules for physical distancing, mask wearing and hygiene.

Everyone is welcome. Courses are available to suit all abilities from beginner to experienced. Coaching and assistance is available to newcomers.

There are five Vic Autumn courses on offer (hard to easy) plus a 2-hour Score course, as well as the National League courses.

As part of the Vic Autumn Series, if you choose the same course at each event, you can compare your results with others on it across the series, but this is not an obligation – choose whichever course suits you. But do note the course closure time – you need to be back by then.

Please also note:
- Where parking is within an area managed by ParksVic or DELWP (ie. non-private land), cars must only be parked on roadways or in designated parking areas.
- The event will follow Orienteering Vic’s Covid Safe Plan: https://www.vicorienteering.asn.au/return-to-orienteering/. Please read the OV Participant Guidelines before entering.
- Due to current COVID-19 requirements, PRE-ENTRY and PRE-PAYMENT IS REQUIRED.
- Government restrictions may require caps on numbers.

When pre-entering:
- Please ensure your details include a contact phone number; this is a requirement for participation.
- SportIdent electronic timing will be used. Controls will be in "Air" mode for contactless punching. Please enter with your SIAC e-stick number, if you have one.

If you need assistance to pre-enter, please follow the instructions at https://www.vicorienteering.asn.au/events/eventor/, or contact the event organiser.

Start times - Courses 1-5: 10:00am – 12noon
Course closure: 2:00pm sharp

Start times - Score course: 10:00am – 10:30am
Course closure: 12:30pm sharp

Entry fees:
NOL participants: $25
Vic Autumn participants:
Adult: $22 (OV member); $32 (non-member)
Jnr: $12 (OV member); $22 (non-member)
Family cap: $56

First timers: Our rule is to charge first timers the member’s rate, but you’ll have to pay the non-member rate online. Claim a cash refund for the difference at Rego on the day of the event.

YOU MUST NOT ATTEND THIS EVENT IF YOU ARE UNWELL WITH COVID SYMPTOMS, ARE WAITING FOR TEST RESULTS, OR ARE OTHERWISE REQUIRED TO QUARANTINE OR ISOLATE.
Your entry fee will be refunded if you are unable to attend in order to comply with health directives.

General information
Event NOL - Long - Eureka Challenge - Vic Autumn 2 - Creswick
Organisers Eureka Orienteers
Orienteering Victoria
State Orienteering Victoria
Status entries opened
Date Sunday 14 March 2021
Normal entry deadline Friday 5 March 2021 at 12:00 EDT
Late entry deadline Wednesday 10 March 2021 at 23:59 EDT
Event form individual
Event classification National event
Race distance Long
Time of event day
Discipline FootO
Punching system Sportident
Class information
Elite W21E, M21E, W20E, M20E, W18A, M18A
Open A 1 W, 1 M, 2 W, 2 M
Open A short 3 W, 3 M, Score
Open B 4 W, 4 M, 5 W, 5 M
Contact details and main officials
Contact person Blake Gordon
Contact phone number 0487 420 183
Contact email
Event director Jenny Bourne
Course setter Ian Lawford
Event controller Warwick Williams
Course controller Warwick Williams

Series

This event is included in Vic Autumn Series 2021.

Entry

Next entry deadline in 3 days.

Enter on the day is not available.

Documents and links

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.)

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