If you wish to contact a specific person or volunteer position within Orienteering Tasmania, please click their name to find their available contact details.

Note that Orienteering Tasmania does not have a post office box so please send correspondence by email to the OT Secretary or to the relevant official listed below.

An organisational structure for volunteers working with Orienteering Tasmania is available

General Queries

For general information

Board Executive

Vice President A
Vice President B

Board Directors

Director Development
Director Technical
Director Performance


Australopers Secretary
Pathfinders Secretary
EVOC Secretary
Twilight Series Manager - Hobart
Twilight Series Manager - Launceston

Member Protection Information Officers

MPIO - North
MPIO - North West
MPIO - South


State Coaching Coordinator
NOL & JNOL Coach
School Team Coach
Coach in Residence Coordinator


NOL / JNOL Manager
School Team Manager
Chair of Selectors


Permanent Course Manager
Sporting Schools Coordinator
Technical News Editor

Marketing & Communications

Newsletter and Website News
OA Magazine Liaison
Facebook Posts

SportIdent Hardware

Sportident Equipment - South
Sportident Equipment - North
Sportident Equipment - North West

Event Software, Information & Results

Event Information for Eventor
Event Results
Event Software

Mapping & Map Printing

Mapping Officer
Map Printing - Hobart
Map Printing - Launceston

Information Technology

Eventor Manager
Membership Manager
Website Manager

All events require participants to use the Check in TAS app.

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

September 22, 2021

Annual Awards Dinner

SAVE THE DATE! The Annual Awards Dinner will be held at The Lindisfarne Rowing Club on Saturday Oct 16th. A short and painless Special General Meeting of Orienteering Tasmania will held at the commencement of the evening. Lindisfarne Rowing Club, 16A Esplanade, Lindisfarne 16 October 2021, 6.30pm The business to be transacted is to receive the 2020 audited financial report (an interim unaudited report was discussed at the AGM).
September 13, 2021

Tas long distance and relay champs

2021 has been a tough year for Tasmanian orienteers. Not only did we lose one of our best areas - Pittwater - we also lost our Australian Championships carnival (for the second time). But a quick glance through Eventor shows just how lucky we are in many ways. In addition to a year of uninterrupted local events, many of us attended an exceptional national carnival in NSW at Easter. And while other states have been contemplating the heavy lines drawn through their state championships, we were able to compete in another great weekend of…
September 06, 2021

Entries Now Open for the Carnival That Never Will Be

Entries are now open for the CTNWB, and close at midnight on Sunday 19 Sep. Good news - the usual delicious and great value Junior BBQ will be on at The Tas Middle - order your lunch via Services on Eventor when entering this event. There will also be a Coffee Van at all events - selling food and snacks at all events except Tas Middle. Please support them. You can see all events in Eventor here and read on for the full program....
September 03, 2021

AOC2021 Refunds

If you pre-entered AOC2021 prior to cancellation, you should have received an email about your refund. If you haven’t received this email, part of it is repeated below. The new local event versions of the Launceston Sprint, Turbo Chook 3 Days and Tasmanian Middle Distance Championships are going ahead but with lower entry fees – So, you still need to request a refund for ALL AOC2021 events and re-enter the new local versions. Cheaper entry fees apply! All events are now open for entry on Eventor. An extract from the email sent to all AOC2021…
August 31, 2021

The Carnival That Never Will Be - Program is here!

The CTNWB kicks off with a sprint event on Saturday 25 Sep on a new map of UTas in Launceston. The next day we move to the boulder-strewn hillsides of Rajah's Rock at Avoca for the Tasmanian Middle Distance Championships (roughly halfway between Launceston and St Helens - about an hour's drive from each). On Monday afternoon there's a 'Odds and Evens' score event on another new map - Bosses Rocks near St Helens. Then it's the event we've all been waiting for - the Turbo Chook Three Days. Tuesday sees us sprinting around the foreshore of the…

All events require participants to use the Check in TAS app.

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

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