Park Street Events March 24-28 – COVID 19 Update

Sport Australia communication to sporting associations: Exercise and participation in sport remains an important part of physical and mental health for everyone. For those who are well, they should continue to be active by engaging in exercise and playing sport.  However, for community sporting events under 500 people, there are a number of additional risk mitigation strategies that clubs and event organizers should consider to help limit the spread of COVID-19.  

Park Street orienteering continues to follow guidance from Orienteering Australia, and will take additional hygiene and social distancing measures at our events as below.  We continue to adapt our procedures in accordance with government recommendations.

Event organisers also have updated procedures to follow; these are available from your club’s Park Street rep, or on request from [email protected]


Please stay home if you have:

  • a cough, fever or other respiratory symptoms, or otherwise unwell
  • returned from or transited through any overseas destination in the last 14 days
  • been a close contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19, or been tested
  • been advised to stay at home by a health professional or told to self isolate


  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap immediately before leaving/after arriving home. BYO hand sanitiser for personal use
  • BYO pen to write on your control card. No pens provided
  • BYO method to carry car keys. No key bucket provided
  • Bring correct amount for payment. No change given
  • Register quickly; do not gather around tables. Use your own pen to fill in card and stub. Maintain social distancing protocols
  • Maps will be placed in several piles at least 1.5m apart, and made available 10 mins before start; minimal briefing will follow. Take a map when asked, and move away. Fair Play rules apply – no peeking
  • Strictly one map per entry; no map sharing or additional maps
  • Control plates have been replaced by brightly coloured crepe streamers. Using your own pen, tick the boxes on your control card
  • At the Finish, remain in order. Place your control card on the card spike and move away from the table. Maintain social distancing protocols
  • Continue to check the Orienteering Victoria website for frequent updates

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