A big welcome to the Summer Surf Coast Series for both experienced Orienteers and also people who may never have previously participated in a Street Orienteering event.
This series features the spectacular seaside towns on the Bellarine Penninsula.
Events start at 4PM and courses vary from 40 to 90 minutes.
The 2017 series runs from Jan7 until Jan 28.
Setting a course soon? Don't forget you can find all the information and guidance you need for setting your course here.
Head to the Surf Coast on Saturdays
Friday, 6 January 2017
The final event in the popular Surf Coast Series is on this Saturday January 28, starting from the corner of Hess and King Streets in Queenscliff. Starting at 4pm, you can choose courses from 40, 50, 60 or 90 minutes for runners and 60 or 90 minutes for power walkers. Give yourself a mini-break and stay for a swim, surf, or seaside meal. Enjoy the history and scenery of this iconic Surf Coast town.
Check out the Surf Coast Series page for details.
About the Summer Surf Coast Series
The Surf Coast series consists of four events each starting at 4PM on consecutive Saturday afternoons in January.
They are held at the historic and spectacular coastal towns mainly on the Bellarine Peninsula.
The maps are usually of regular Park Street format:
A4 size, Black & white, scale 1:10000 and usually 10 meter contours. We never said it was flat!
There are a choice of courses. Choose from 40, 50, 60 or 90 minutes for runners and 60 or 90 mminutes for power walkers.
New comers are always made welcome. Just turn up about 3.30 to register on the day and we will help you and explain the event. No previous experience or special equipment like a compass is required.
Courses are designed to accomodate people of all ages and abilities. The Power Walking courses also accomodates those people who would just like to stroll around and find a few control plates.
Detail of the upcoming summer events are available on this website by October so you have plenty of time to see which events will fit in.
Depending on the weather this can be a great opportunity to combine a swim and other activities on the day.
Weather conditions can vary enormously on the peninsula whichs adds to the fun and the drama. The 4pm start avoids the hottest part of the day and allows for a leaisurly drive to the events.