Australopers Orienteering Club is located in southern Tasmania. It is the largest club in Tasmania and one of the most competitively successful in Australia. At both the 2018 and 2019 Australian 3 Day carnivals, Australopers were the proud winners of the Australian Champion Club trophy.
Australopers also prides itself on being a club which values the fun and social side of orienteering. It is a family oriented club which looks after its members and ensures newcomers are welcomed. Club members range in age from 8 to 88 and cover all levels from beginner to expert. Club meetings are held monthly at members’ houses. They are open to all members and feature a monthly theme (such as using GPS as a training tool, illustrated reports of overseas trips, etc) and "bring a plate" socialising.
Next meeting/social event
General meeting Thursday 18 July 2019
At Mike and Jane Calder's place - 22 Meath Ave, Taroona
Dinner is at 6pm. Jane will cook up a hearty soup for all. Would others wanting to eat dinner bring savories to share (or a supper item if you are only attending the meeting). Please bring non-alcoholic drinks. (It’s Dry July!) There will be a punch provided.
Meeting will begin at 7:30. Supper around 9pm.
2019 Australopers Events
2019 event organisers (as at 21/06/19)
|Equipment||Martin Bicevskis/Jeff Dunn|
|Technical||Martin Bicevskis/Jeff Dunn|
|Selectors||Karen Wild-Allen, Gayle West|
|Event coordinator||Jan Hardy|
|Event advisor||Sally Wayte|
|Twilight coordinators||Mike and Jane Calder|
The Australopers Orienteering Club is supported by the Tasmanian Government
ABN: 46987977892 Incorporation number: IA09515