Enter on the day for some Karrak Karnival events


KK 2014 is not far away! Did you know that even though entries have officially closed, you could still enter some events on the day, hurray!

These events are:

27 September, W.A Long Distance Championships

29 September, Australian Sprint Championships

4 October, Australian Long Distance Championships

There will be a few courses available at each event. So please do come and enjoy the fun.

Click here for all KK 2014 event information.


MTBO Margaret River


Entries for the Karrak Karnival may have closed but entries for the WA Mountain Bike Orienteering Championships in Margaret River are still open until September 28 (September 21 if you want to avoid the late fee).  Yes this is a championship event but it is no different to your normal MTBO event except that the course you ride will be determined by your age category - feel free to ride a longer course though (or a standard shorter course)!

The three events (long, middle and sprint) will take place on October 10-11 on three great new maps, including the awesome trails in the Carters Rd pines so you will be kicking yourself if you miss it.  Take the opportunity to meet riders from the east and enjoy the social dinner and prize giving in a relaxed setting on Saturday night.  Spend the Sunday exploring the beaches, caves and other sites of one of WA's premier wine regions.

For full details and entries for the three events, read the Bulletin on Eventor.  Pre-entries are strongly preferred but there will be courses available on the day in non-championship categories.


A Fun Family Sport


 Have you got a sense of adventure? Kids who love to be outside in the fresh air and learn new skills? Who want to make new friends? Then orienteering is for you!

Orienteering is a sport that the family can enjoy together, progress at your own pace and feel a sense of achievement. It is suitable for all ages and abilities. Courses are varied and take place in local green spaces, National Parks as well as other scenic venues, across WA.

Orienteering is not only a fun and enjoyable sport it also provides valuable life skills including:

-       Mental Challenges – decision making and team working skills

-       Fun - you get to visit lots of new places and spend time in the great outdoors

-       Lifetime skills – an introduction to map reading

-       Confidence - in your abilities to problem solve and navigate

-       Physical Activity - builds general fitness and stamina

-       Excitement - the fun of a treasure hunt

-       Team building – brings families and/or friends together

To search for orienteering events coming up, visit Eventor. Or why not start out by trying one of our permanent courses. You can also visit Nature Play WA for information about other family friendly activities.


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