A Weekend of ‘Foot O’

There are no excuses for not getting out your orienteering kit and competing this weekend. The weekend is jam packed with events.

On Saturday there is a choice of events.
The new Melbourne Saturday Park Series kicks off this week with the first event at Eaglemont Flats.  Be one of the first to enjoy our new Saturday Park events, which feature full colour maps, and controls located mostly in parkland. For regular Saturday Series participants, your score counts towards the overall results, and your season ticket is valid.
For those who would like to get out into the Bush, Bendigo is holding the second event of the Bendigo BushO series at Kangaroo Gully with starts being between 12.30 – 2pm. For more details including directions click here.

Then on Sunday is the second event of the Victorian Autumn Bush series at Mt Lofty Bushland Reserve, on the Kyneton side of Redesdale.
This is a new map and a new area – so don’t miss it. There are courses available for all levels of experience and fitness.
To secure your place on a course enter via Eventor. Entries close 12 midnight, Wed 11th April so enter now! There will be limited Enter On the Day possible, but this will be subject to map availability.
For more details about Sunday’s event including directions click here.

 

 

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