Bendigo Multi Race Event July 2 & 3

Bendigo Orienteers have prepared a real treat for this weekend with two fantastic events utilising complex maps among Bendigo’s urban environment. Craig Feuerherdt is the course setter for both days, and has planned some top quality middle distance courses.

The first event will be on the Royal George map. Participants on the longer courses will be able to stretch their legs early in the course through Bendigo’s typical open terrain before moving into more technical mining terrain offering plenty of challenges and accurate navigation.

The Second event will be on the Newer St Mungo map – simple terrain complicated by vegetation. A dense track network provides easy navigation options but not necessarily the quickest and the longer courses will test participants.

  • 2 July and Sunday 3 July
  • Starts from 12.30pm – 2:00 pm (Saturday) and 10:30am – 12:00pm (Sunday)
  • Five courses are offered on each day, ranging from 1.8 km to 6.7km.
  • All welcome including newcomers.
  • Entry is via Eventor by 6pm this Friday 24 June (limited enter on the day will be available but for a higher fee and with map availability not guaranteed)

Entry fees:

  • Adult entry fee is $20 for courses 1, 2 and 3.
  • Club/OV Members get a 50% discount when entering through Eventor.
  • Casual/Non Members a 25% discount when entering through Eventor.
  • Junior fee is $5 (Club/OV member or not) for courses 1, 2, 3, and 4.

Course 5 is free to everyone.

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