IMG3545Custom-2206Next year our premier bush orienteering series, Orienteering Series Tasmania, is changing slightly. Entry to the events will be via course, rather than age class, meaning any orienteer can run any course. There are also some minor alterations to the courses on offer. To read more about this change and see the new structure see here.

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November 20, 2020

Event planning workshop

Aspiring and seasoned event organisers are invited to attend a training course on Sunday 13th December at the Kingston Community Centre. The course will cover event planning, controlling and course setting and is suitable for all levels of experience. ...Read Full Article
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November 02, 2020

Grand-daughter wins John Brammall Excellence Award

It was a special moment this year when the 2020 John Brammall Perpetual Trophy for Individual Excellence was presented to John’s grand-daughter Liana Stubbs, by her grandmother Valerie Brammall. The trophy is awarded each year to the orienteer with the most Excellence points for the year. Excellence points are awarded at each OST event, based on kilometre rates and an adjustment for age and… ...Read Full Article
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October 25, 2020

2020 Awards Dinner

Seventy-five OT members enjoyed a delicious dinner and an entertaining evening last Saturday. Many many awards were handed out, and the major ones are: President's Award: Bernard Walker Vice Presidents' Award: Euan Best Outstanding Service Award: Mary Hawthorne Outstanding Service Award: Helena and Wayne Griggs Tasmanian Orienteers of the Year: Arabella Phillips and Jon McComb John Brammall… ...Read Full Article
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October 17, 2020

Schools Twilight Series start this Wednesday - enter by Sunday!

Our Schools and Twilight events start this Wednesday 21 October in both Hobart and Launceston. Due to COVID restrictions, all events require online entry. For the Hobart events you can enter for the whole series at a discount rate. Each week entries will close at midnight on the Sunday before the event. Hope to see you there! ...Read Full Article
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October 05, 2020

The Carnival That Never Was

Over 100 orienteers travelled to St Helens last week to take part in various races in The Carnival That Never Was (TCTNW). After a last minute venue change, we enjoyed challenging middle-distance courses set by Jeff Dunn at The Golden Flea on Saturday 26th September. Sunday introduced us to a fantastic new area adjoining Golden Fleece, The Siamese Race - named after the century-old mining 'race'… ...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.