MelbushO is Back

MelBushO returned with a classic Melbourne parkland area! The MelbushO series is perfect if you’re thinking about giving the sport a go, with five different length courses to suit all abilities (approximately 2.5km, 3km, 4km, 5.5km and 7km).

Woodlands offered a beautiful mix of grassland and bush, with creek beds and boulders to navigate through. Check your results and splits!

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The next MelBushO is at Macedon on Sunday May 19.  You choose from easy, moderate or hard course difficulties depending on how experienced you are. The easy course will go along or near easy to follow features (like paths and fences), the moderate course will be a bit more challenging and might involve reading a few more contour features and the hard courses are designed more for experienced orienteers. There’ll be lots of friendly helpers on the day to help you choose the right course for you and get the hang of the navigational side of things.

Register from 9:30am and choose your own start time from 10:00am-11:30am.  Entry is just $12 for adults and $6 for under 21s.

Head to www.melbusho.com for more information and driving directions.

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