Orienteering Australia

Event information: World Orienteering Day - NightNav - Ashgrove - Ashgrove Oval

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Meet at Ashgrove Oval, at the end of Yoku Road, Ashgrove.

Street orienteering. Bring a TORCH or HEADLAMP.

Arrive around 6.15pm for registration and instructions then a 6.30pm mass start.

40minute Score Event.

Use the App and a Map to run, jog or walk through local parks and streets in the cool of the evening. Download the latest version of maprun app on your smartphone before you arrive and your phone will register the checkpoints you visit. (See links on this page to obtain the App).

All ages and fitness levels catered for. Compete individually or participate in a group. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Bring a small torch or head lamp. Full instructions given.

Results will be available in Eventor, and for more details of Scores see the links provide on this page.

FREE EVENT IN CELEBRATION OF WORLD ORIENTEERING DAY. If you can, we would appreciate a gold coin donation on the night to assist in funding elite Queensland Orienteers representing Australia to make it to the World Orienteering Championships in Latvia and the Junior World Orienteering Championships in Hungary.

General information
Event World Orienteering Day - NightNav - Ashgrove - Ashgrove Oval
Organiser Enoggeroos
State Orienteering Queensland
Status completed
Date Wednesday 23 May 2018 at 18:30 EST
Event form individual
Event classification Club event
Race distance middle
Time of event day
Disciplines FootO
park/street orienteering
Punching system manual punching
Class information
Classes Score
Contact details and main officials
Website http://facebook.com/brisbanenightnav
Contact person Joseph Garbellini
Contact email
Course planner Sara Garbellini

Start times


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Location of the event

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