Orienteering Australia

Event information: Bendigo Bush Classic 15 - Fiddlers Green

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PERMIT CONDITIONS FOR THIS EVENT:
* In areas managed by Parks Victoria, vehicles must not be parked on anything other than a roadway or designated parking area.
* Dogs are NOT allowed in this area.

This is a normal Bendigo Bush Classic event with the usual five courses. It was previously advertised as Bendigo Regional Championships, but the absence of key personnel overseas has seen us revert to offering your usual Saturday afternoon feast of fine orienteering in gently undulating, detailed gold mining terrain and fast open forest, with courses ranging from very easy (for newcomers) to very difficult. Gold mining terrain without steep erosion gullies or big hills.

Course 1 - 7.5 km, difficult navigation, fast running
Course 2 - 5.6 km, difficult navigation, fast running
Course 3 - 3.6 km, difficult navigation, fast running
Course 4 - 2.7 km, easy navigation, mainly track running
Course 5 - 2.3 km, tracks all the way, streamers where overgrown.

General information
Name Bendigo Bush Classic 15 - Fiddlers Green
Organiser Bendigo Orienteers
State Orienteering Victoria
Status completed
Date Saturday 29 July 2017 - 14:00 EST
Event form individual
Event classification Club event
Race distance long
Time of event day
Discipline FootO
Punching system Sportident
Class information
Open A 1, 2
Open A short 3
Open B 4, 5
Contact details and main officials
Website http://www.bendigo-orienteers.com.au
Contact person Julie Flynn
Contact phone number 0429 496 422
Contact email
Event director Jim Russell
Course planner Mark Hennessy

Series

This event is included in 2017 Bendigo Bush.

Start times

Entry

Entry is closed.

Enter on the day is available.

Location of the event

Keep in mind that as a competitor you are not allowed to get to know the competition area through intentional reconnaissance, unless it is clearly permitted by the organizer. For details, see the rules.

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