The information provided here will help you organise a successful event. A summary of what you need to do including timelines is listed in OT's Operational Manual's 2.06 Event Organisation Guidelines   -  PLEASE READ THIS FIRST. The guidelines refer to a number of other documents. These are listed below.

Event Types and Course Setting

Permission, Access and Safety

Preparing your Courses

Preparing Information About Your Event

Equipment

Membership

Result Publishing

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Who will be our 1000th Subscriber?

We now have over 950 subscribers! If you want us to tell you about upcoming events and coaching opportunities, as well as the latest orienteering news, you are also welcome to Subscribe to our weekly E-Bulletin ... Read More
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Anna in Finland for World University Orienteering Championships

Anna Dowling (pictured bottom row third left), from Hobart but currently studying physiotherapy at Monash University in Melbourne, is in the Australian Team for WUOC. The racing starts today. Follow the action here To be eligible, athletes… ... Read More
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Register Now for Orford Coaching…

Looking to improve your orienteering? Wondering how to entertain the whole family for the final weekend of the school… ... Read More
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Launceston Series Starts this Sunday…

This Series offers you, family and friends a chance to explore the Trevallyn Nature Recreation Area. All events have… ... Read More
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Follow our Tassie Trio during the…

Rachel Allen (pictured), Zoe Dowling and Joe Dickinson are about to compete at the Junior World Orienteering… ... Read More
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Technical Training Sessions

Join technical training sessions in Hobart to improve your orienteering skills. Jon McComb, our State Coaching… ... Read More
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Get your Kids Active Outdoors these…

Here are events perfect for families these school holidays. Tell your friends. All these events are on Sunday mornings.… ... Read More