Become a Full (Club) Member - the Benefits are worth it!

As most of you know, to participate in any event you must either become a casual member of OT or become a Full Member.  Casual Membership is Free.  You simply fill out a form at your first event in any year. 


Full Membership involves joining a club for a small fee (see below).  There are significant advantages to joining a club (see below).  There are three clubs in Tasmania you might consider joining for the rest of this year and into 2019: Pathfinders, Devonport, Esk Valley Orienteering Club, Launceston and Australopers, Hobart


To join Download a Membership Form and bring it to your next event or email it to   - Payments can be made in CASH at events or as otherwise directed.


Benefits of Casual Membership:

  • Participation in any event
  • Subscription to the weekly E-Bulletin (can opt out at any time)
  • Online access to the quarterly national magazine The Australian Orienteer
  • Opportunity to volunteer & insurance as a volunteer


Benefits & Costs of Full Membership:

Enjoy the same benefits as a casual member plus:

  • Discounted Entry Fees for all events
  • Becoming a part of a club community
  • Group fitness and technical (skills) training opportunities (for example the Monday Afternoon Training Sessions)
  • Option to get a hard copy of The Australian Orienteer
  • Eligibility for State Schools, State and National Teams
  • Eligibility for places in the Tasmanian Sprint, Middle and Long Championships
  • Membership of OT as well


Club Membership is valid per calendar year, ending on 31 December (However - from 1 October, membership will be valid until the end of the following calendar year - ie 2019).  The applicable fees are:

  • $50 Adult
  • $25 Concession (20 years or younger as at 31 December in the year of membership, or a Full Time Student or a holder of a Pension or Centrelink Healthcare Card)
  • $125 Family (includes parents, step-parents or guardians and their children aged 20 years or younger as at 31 December in the year of membership)