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Sun 6 Sep 2015, 9:00am–12:00pm

Where: Beerwah State Forest, Old Caloundra Rd, Beerwah, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: gordons58

8.3km Foot Navigation Challenge
Location: Coochin Creek Terrain. New Map. Fairly flat pine forest with complex track grid, watercourses and point features.( N.B. This map is fast and friendly underfoot (i.e. not ridged like some pine forests.) Event type Foot - OY - Orienteer of the Year - Bush Date Sunday 6th Sep 2015

Starts 9.00 Close12.00
CostType (member/non-member)
Adult ($12.00/$18.00)
Junior ($8.00/$12.00)
Family ($36.00/$54.00) SportIdentSportIdent will be used, hire fee $2.00Organising club Sunshine

Orienteers Controller Gordon Howitt SetterTrevor Sauer Contact person Trevor Sauer Contact Phone 54457770 Contact
Classes / Courses
Hard 1 - Hard 1 (8.3km)
Hard 2 - Hard 2 (6.6km)
Hard 3 - Hard 3 (5.8km)
Hard 4 - Hard 4 (4.6km)
Hard 5 - Hard 5 (3.6km)
Moderate 1 - Medium Long (4.5km)
Moderate 2 - Medium Short (3.5km)
Easy - Easy (2.2km)
Very Easy - Very Easy (1.7km)

Additional details
Please pre-enter to guarantee your premarked map. All pre-entrants will get a premarked map in heat-sealed plastic, but there will be very few spare maps so if you don’t pre-enter you may have to do a course not of your own choosing, or even wait to use a pre-used map. There will be NO blank maps for self-marking, so Please Pre-enter.

Getting there
Location is Roys Rd, Coochin Ck. Google Map Link (approx. location)


From the South: Go north on Bruce highway past the exits to Bribie, Toorbul, Steve Irwin Way and Wild Horse Mt (exit 17l). 7 km north of exit 171, turn Left into Roys Rd and immediately RIGHT, then pass under the freeway and follow O signs.

From the North: Go south on Bruce Highway, and 11 km south of the Caloundra interchange (and 1 km south of the new Bells Ck Rd interchange), turn LEFT into Roys Rd and then immediately RIGHT and follow O signs.

Liability statement
In entering this Orienteering event, I/we recognise that the sport of orienteering has certain inherent risks due to its conduct in the natural environment. Included in these risks are injury due to rough terrain and obstacles and the effects of heat, cold and exhaustion. I/we are also aware there is no personal accident insurance on my participation in the sport and that I/we take part at my/our own risk.

Privacy statement
You may be photographed during this event. If you do not agree to this please advise the event organiser.