Victorian Autumn-Spring Series Due to the cancellation of the majority of events in 2021, there were no overall results or series awards. Cancelled events will be rescheduled for 2022. The Victorian Autumn-Spring Series caters for competitors of all levels and ages, from the under-10s to the over-80s. Events are held across the state; experience the excitement of navigating some of Victoria’s best forests. The 2021 Series features 9 events from March to September. There will be top competition, and great prizes on offer for on-the-day and series winners! Presentations will be at the final event in the series, at Eppalock on September 19. Vic Autumn-Spring events in 2021 will be held in accordance with our Covid Safe Plan. Online entry and payment will be strongly preferred; on the day entries will be limited, and overall numbers potentially capped to meet government restrictions. Vic Autumn Spring Series Overview 2021 Current Series Standings Vic Autumn-Spring Series 1 and NOL, Saturday 13 March, Mt Alexander Event results Vic Autumn-Spring Series 2 and NOL, Sunday 14 March, Creswick Event results Vic Autumn-Spring Series 3, Sunday 2 May, Boundary Creek, Glenlyon Event results Vic Autumn-Spring Series 4, Sunday 23 May, Mt Tarrengower Event results Vic Autumn-Spring Series 5, Sunday 1 August, Glenlyon Forest Event rescheduled for 2022 Vic Autumn-Spring Series 6, Sunday 15 August, Sailors Diggings, Daylesford Event rescheduled for 2022 Vic Autumn-Spring Series 7, Sunday 22 August, Lauder Mine, Sandon Event rescheduled for 2022 Vic Autumn-Spring Series 8, Sunday 29 August, Enfield Event rescheduled for 2022 Vic Autumn-Spring Series 9, Sunday 19 September, Eppalock Event rescheduled for 2022 Five courses are offered at each event, making it easy to find a course to suit all abilities and fitness levels. Newcomers are very welcome and there are always easy and moderate courses available, together with equipment hire and coaching. Pre-entry via Eventor is the preferred entry system for these events. Courses: You can choose any of the five courses offered, regardless of your age or gender. Course 1 is the longest, and Course 5 is the shortest. There is also a Score course, where you can aim to visit as many controls as you can, in any order, within a set time limit. Courses 1-2 are Hard navigation Course 3 is Hard navigation but shorter and physically easy for the less agile Course 4 is Moderate navigation and physically moderate Course 5 is Easy navigation and physically moderate The event-specific information flyer available in Eventor will provide course lengths, terrain information, entry instructions and driving directions. Ready to go bush? Check the calendar of bush events via the link below, then click on the event name to find details and enter online. Bush Orienteering Find An Event Get off the tracks!