1. How To Register and Join an Orienteering Club or Casuals Group
  2. Registering Family Members 
  3. How to Convert Casual Membership to Club Membership
  4. How to Renew Membership in Eventor
  5. Need Help

The online Eventor system is used throughout Australia to manage registration and membership. It is also used for entering orienteering events and to display event information and results. To enter events you need to first register in Eventor as either a Casual or as a full member of an orienteering club.  Eventor is connected to PayPal which enables users to pay online for club membership and pre-entry to events.

You can access Eventor here.

How To Register and Join an Orienteering Club or Casuals Group

The guide below will take you through how to register yourself in Eventor and then join either an orienteering club or a casuals group.

If you elect to join an orienteering club you will be able to chose from  'Australopers' (south), 'Esk Valley' (north) or 'Pathfinders' (north-west).  At the end of the process you will need to pay for your club membership using PayPal (you don't have to have an existing PayPal account).   As a club member you will enjoy a number of benefits including discounted entry fees for events.

If you elect to become a casual you will join the 'Casuals TAS' group.   You will not need to pay any membership fees.  However, you will be able to enter Tasmanian orienteering events but will not receive a discount on entry fees.

How to register and join an orienteering club or casuals group

Registering Family Members 

Each family member will need to be individually registered and joined to either an orienteering club or a casuals group. 

Please see the previous section on How to register and join an orienteering club or casuals group

How to Convert Casual Membership to Club Membership

If you have registered as a casual and now would like to enjoy the benefits of becoming a full club member, below is a guide on how to do the conversion.

How to Convert Casual Membership to Club Membership

How to Renew Membership in Eventor

Eventor uses your previous year’s membership details to create your renewal form for the next year.   When renewing your own membership you can optionally include family or other members of your club in a single payment in PayPal. 

The basic process is:

  • Login to Eventor and then select My pages > My memberships

  • Click on the ‘renew’ link and check your membership and personal info is correct

  • Select and add another person from your family or club if you want to include them in the renewal.

  • Select ‘Next’ on the bottom of the screen, then ‘Save’, then ‘Go to payment page in PayPal

  • Complete the payment in PayPal and then check your receipt and memberships

Full details are available in this guide:  How to renew membership in Eventor

Need Help

If you need further assistance please email the Eventor Manager - Ian Rathbone

Event Entry

Please note that pre-entry and payment online for events is strongly preferred. In order to enter online please first register as a Casual or Club member of Orienteering Tasmania.

Limited entry on the day might be available on a first come, first served basis. Entry on the day attracts an extra charge and must be transacted using a credit card (no cash).

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    Have you done your Oceania 2023 entry yet? It's less than 4 days to the closing of normal entry on December 2nd. So don't delay. Nearly 400 entries already. Enter today and kick off your 2023 O year in style. Go to the Oceania 2023 Eventor pages to enter
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    Our new coach in residence Francesca Taufer arrived in Tasmania last week. Francesca is 26 and hails from northern Italy - home of beautiful and complex orienteering terrain. She has been a member of the Italian national orienteering team for many years and has a masters degree in applied cognitive psychology. After finding her feet in Hobart, she will be based in Launceston for the next few...
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    03 November 2022

    Oceania Merchandise

    Our Competitor Services team has designed some great looking souvenir tops for the 2023 Oceania Championships Carnival. Orders need to be in by November 14. Click here for a souvenir clothing information flyer. All merchandise must be ordered through Eventor.
  • Oceania 2023 Entries Closing Soon
    Information
    21 November 2022

    Oceania 2023 Entries Closing Soon

    Have you done your Oceania 2023 entry yet? It's less than 4 days to the closing of normal entry on December 2nd. So don't delay. Nearly 400 entries already. Enter today and kick off your 2023 O year in style. Go to the Oceania 2023 Eventor pages to enter
  • Australopers Medieval Christmas Celebrations
    Information
    20 November 2022

    Australopers Medieval Christmas Celebrations

    Date: December 4 Venue: The Poortenaars There will be four activities: A fox hunt, Orienteering using a medieval mappe which shows major towns, castles, caverns and unfortified settlements. Scale is 1" = 3 Hungarian miles and north is sort of southwestish - what could go wrong! Picnic/BBQ lunch in the paddock (provided courtesy of Australopers), Paddock games. Check Eventor for more details...
  • Change to event calendar
    Information
    14 November 2022

    Change to event calendar

    The event that was planned for Rokeby Hills on November 27 will now be held at Randalls Bay. For details and to enter see Eventor.
  • Welcome Francesca!
    Information
    07 November 2022

    Welcome Francesca!

    Our new coach in residence Francesca Taufer arrived in Tasmania last week. Francesca is 26 and hails from northern Italy - home of beautiful and complex orienteering terrain. She has been a member of the Italian national orienteering team for many years and has a masters degree in applied cognitive psychology. After finding her feet in Hobart, she will be based in Launceston for the next few...
  • Oceania Merchandise
    Information
    03 November 2022

    Oceania Merchandise

    Our Competitor Services team has designed some great looking souvenir tops for the 2023 Oceania Championships Carnival. Orders need to be in by November 14. Click here for a souvenir clothing information flyer. All merchandise must be ordered through Eventor.
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    Information
    04 October 2022

    Aus champs wrap-up

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Event Entry

Please note that pre-entry and payment online for events is strongly preferred. In order to enter online please first register as a Casual or Club member of Orienteering Tasmania.

Limited entry on the day might be available on a first come, first served basis. Entry on the day attracts an extra charge and must be transacted using a credit card (no cash).

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