thegorgeThis event will be held at Cataract Gorge in Launceston on Sunday 13th September. Entries close on Monday September 7th. As with the Long Distance Champs, late entries will be accepted for 24 hours at an additional cost.

The event will consist of teams of four members, but some teams with less members may require some members to run twice. Long, Medium and Short courses will be available, so please select your preference when entering. No need to organise a team yourself, they will be selected based on entries and ability once entries have closed. For further information and entries see Eventor.

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September 23, 2020

Mindfulness for Orienteering

Our attention is key to our performance. Next Monday evening at 7.30pm, join us in St Helens to explore the science and application of mindful attention through meditation. Learn how mindfulness can support your orienteering training and performance and help bring out your best - whatever your goals may be. The session will be facilitated by Jo Mitchell, clinical and coaching psychologist and… ...Read Full Article
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September 16, 2020

OT Annual Awards Dinner - Save the Date!

The Orienteering Tasmania Annual Awards dinner will be held on Saturday October 24, after the final OST event at Pittwater. More details will be available later. The President would be pleased to receive nominations from members for the President's Award. This award recognises a significant contribution to Tasmanian orienteering through outstanding performance or through contribution to the… ...Read Full Article
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September 14, 2020

Entries for St Helens carnival close Friday 18 Sep! Entries are capped.

Entries for the "Carnival that Never Was" close this coming Friday 18 September. Get your entry in now, as entries are capped at 500 competitors. To ensure all local orienteers have the opportunity to enter, this is an exclusive event for Tasmanians only (thanks Mr Gutwein). If you dig orienteering, there are riches aplenty in the tin-mining terrain around St Helens! Note that due to a forestry… ...Read Full Article
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September 01, 2020

Order your own new Tasmania O-top

This is a top which could be worn when travelling and competing interstate and overseas to proudly identify you as a Tasmanian orienteer. The design is different from our Tasmanian representative tops, only similar in the use of state colours. It features two of our state emblems, the Tassie Devil and the Blue Gum. Tops will be sold at cost and prepayment will be required before an order can be… ...Read Full Article
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September 01, 2020

Entries Now open for the Carnival That Never Was

An exciting range of events has been put together to ensure that you can get your fix of orienteering during the ‘traditional’ Australian Championships week. Over 10 days you can complete 3 OST events, a fun local event, a night event, a MapRun rogaine and three training activities. All this close to St Helens - the Top Tassie Tourist Town for 2020. Come and enjoy over a week of orienteering and… ...Read Full Article

Important Information

Entry to events is currently by online entry only. There will be no entry or payment on the day. Entries will close at the date and time specified in the Eventor event information, usually during the week preceding the event. In order to enter online you will first need to register as a Casual or Club member of Orienteering Tasmania. Prior to entering please read the COVIDSAFE Participant Checklist.