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From May 1st, 2021 all events require participants to use the ‘Check in TAS’ app.

To speed up the registration process at events please download the app before you get to the event and register your details. If you do not have a smartphone or there is no mobile signal we will be required to record your contact details on paper. For further information on downloading the app please click here.

Please note that pre-entry and payment online is still required. In order to enter online you will first need to register as a Casual or Club member of Orienteering Tasmania.

Latest news

May 03, 2021

Entries now open for Royal George OST 4

Entries are now open for Royal George, This is the fourth OST event for 2021 and the third & final Tasmanian Schools Team selection event and will be held on Sunday May 23rd. Royal George is a mix of complex rock, fast open running and detailed mining. Expect a classic long-distance event with at least one long leg on every course. To enter, and for further information, click here. The details about courses and age classes that must be run to qualify for Tasmanian Schools Team selection are available here. Please check this out before entering. Please note that all schools team aspirants will have an ALLOCATED START TIME. This will be sent to you as soon as practicable after entries close.… ...Read Full Article
April 26, 2021

Congratulations!

Congratulations to Mikayla Cooper and Arabella Phillips who were both named in the Australian honour team for JWOC 2021. This is the highest level of representation so it’s a very impressive achievement. Well done to you both! ...Read Full Article
April 26, 2021

Australian Junior Development Camp 2021 - Wednesday July 7 to Monday July 12

Escape to the sun in July! If you’re interested in four days of fun with high quality orienteering in Queensland’s amazing granite terrain, then this training camp is for you. The camp will help junior athletes learn and develop their orienteering skills for the 2021 Australian Champs, 2022 Australian 3 Days (Easter) and even the 2022 Junior World Orienteering Championships (JWOC) in Portugal. The camp is aimed at juniors from 13 to 20 years of age who are capable of taking part in moderate-to-hard navigation exercises. Senior athletes, orienteering coaches, or coaches to be, and parents/guardians are welcome to attend the camp, participating or assisting with activities or coaching.… ...Read Full Article
April 25, 2021

By popular demand! Women’s Orienteering Weekend in St Helens

Ladies! Save the date. From late Friday 4 June to Sunday 6 June. A chance for a fun Winter Escape, to learn to orienteer better, work on your fitness, and socialise with other women and girls who like getting outdoors and dirty. The company will be fabulous, with women of all ages and skill level – mums and teens, grannies, fitness freaks and ladies who also like to lounge. This is a training weekend - no events, pure fun (just ask one of the 23 women who attended our last weekend back in 2019). And word on the street is, there’ll even be a sports psychologist on hand. Accommodation will be at Panorama Hotel, St Helens (a group booking). There will be a chance to car pool from… ...Read Full Article
April 19, 2021

Does a week up at Snellens sound fun?

If you are looking to get outdoors and dirty in 2021, why not head up the east coast to St Helens, and take part in AOC2021! It’s an orienteering carnival that you can join in. Entries are now open. There are generous family discounts. And you can SAVE and enter by 31 May, to take advantage of the early bird discounts. With swamps, rocks and pits, there are 11 events to choose from in some of Australia’s Best Terrain. There’s the chance to run on NEW areas & iconic maps featuring granite boulders, intricate erosion detail, and spur gully landscapes. There’s a bonus event around Bicheno’s stunning coastline and an event in the Fingal Valley as well. ...Read Full Article

From May 1st, 2021 all events require participants to use the ‘Check in TAS’ app.

To speed up the registration process at events please download the app before you get to the event and register your details. If you do not have a smartphone or there is no mobile signal we will be required to record your contact details on paper. For further information on downloading the app please click here.

Please note that pre-entry and payment online is still required. In order to enter online you will first need to register as a Casual or Club member of Orienteering Tasmania.

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