Orienteering Australia

Event information: Winter Saturday Orienteering - Normanhurst

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Meet at the Normanhurst Scout Hall (22 Harris St, Normanhurst which is adjacent to Normanhurst Oval)
The Saturday Orienteering Series is open to all budding orienteers! No experience is necessary and courses are ideal for students wishing to learn and improve their navigation skills. Both beginners and experienced orienteers are very welcome! Students, mums, dads, uncles, aunts, friends, grandparents: everyone is welcome to participate. At most events, 3 different courses are available to choose between. These are a score course, short line course (approx 2.5-3km) and long line course (approx 4-5km). Registration is from 9am and starts are any time between 9.30am and 11am. We encourage those heading out on the score course to start as a group at 9.30am but later starts are also welcome. Entry at the event. Entry costs are $10 for members with their own SPORTident sticks or $15 for non-members or those hiring SI sticks. Exact money is appreciated please. If groups of more than 5 are attending we would be grateful if you contact Barbara in advance so that we can be sure to look after you.

General information
Event Winter Saturday Orienteering - Normanhurst
Organiser Orienteering NSW
State Orienteering NSW
Status completed
Date Saturday 28 May 2016 at 9:30 - 12:00 EST
Event form individual
Event classification Local event
Race distance middle
Time of event day
Discipline FootO
Punching system Sportident
Class information
Classes Long Line Open, Long Line High School, Long Line Primary, Short Line Open, Short Line High School, Short Line Primary, Score Open, Score High School, Score Primary
Contact details and main officials
Website http://www.boldhorizons.com.au/
Contact phone number 0418 270 476
Contact email
Event director Barbara Hill

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