Orienteering Australia

Event information: Coffs Winter #2

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This event is at Diggers Beach with the assembly area at the Diggers Beach Playground via Diggers Beach Road.
Venue: Diggers Beach Playground
NOTE: Change of Venue. This event was planned to be at Boambee Dunes but due to excessive water filling the depressions on the dunes, we have postponed that event to August and moved this month's event to Diggers Beach.

The format is a "Score Event". There are 30 control sites marked on your map. Those numbered 1 - 10 are worth 10 points each. Those numbered 11 - 20 are worth 20 points each. Those numbered 21 - 30 are worth 30 points each.

You may visit as many control sites as you wish, in ANY ORDER. The aim is to get the biggest Score possible within the time limit. The time limit for this event is 60 minutes.

This event has CONTROL FLAGS in the field. We will provide you with a timing card to record which controls you visit and how long you take.
Adults $10 (members $6)
Children $5 (members $3)
Family $25 (members $15)

Pre-entry via Eventor is preferred. If you are not registered on Eventor then you can set up an account free-of-charge if you join "NSW Casuals".

This event is suitable for beginners, families and experienced orienteers.

General information
Event Coffs Winter #2
Organiser Bush n Beach Orienteering Club
State Orienteering NSW
Status completed
Date Sunday 6 June 2021 at 10:00 - 13:00 EST
Entry deadline Saturday 5 June 2021 at 23:59 EST
Event form individual
Event classification Club event
Race distance Long
Time of event day
Disciplines FootO
park/street orienteering
Punching system Sportident
Class information
Open A Score
Open B Very Easy
Contact details and main officials
Website http://bboc.asn.au
Contact person Helen O'Callaghan
Contact phone number 0478226601
Contact email

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.)

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