Joondalup Lakeside MetrO 2


Saturday 14th November

Registration now open! Enter today!

Enjoy your Saturday afternoon by the lake in Joondalup.

This MetrO event is slightly different: no-one needs to cross any roads and there are a few contours.

The assembly area is in a dog-free park. If you must bring a dog leave it in your car until after you start, stay out of Neil Hawkins Park and return the dog to your car before you finish. This limits route choices butcourses can be completed by using the car park and the southwestern edge of the park to link sections of the map.

The map is pram-friendly. All courses can be completed using paths and firm tracks though that limits control selection, mostly for the long course.

Three different distances will be on offer: Short 2-3 km, Medium 4-6 km and Long 7-8 km. So whether you're new and trying orienteering for the first time or a seasoned pro, there's something for you.

This event will be using SI TIMING so bring your SI card if you have one, or pick up your loan card when you arrive (at no extra cost). 

Location: Neil Hawkins Park, Boas Ave, Joondalup
When: Saturday 14 November 2020
Late register: from 4:15 pm
Beginners' briefing: 4:45 pm
Mass start: 5:00 pm, course close 6:15 pm
Facilities: toilets, playground, picnic area, bbq
Bring: sunscreen, drinking water, SI card, hat

Pre-registration is encouraged. Please register now through Eventor. Pre-entry closes Thursday 12 November at 23:59:59. If you forget to pre-enter, you will still be able enter when you arrive at the event on the day.

At the end of the series, there will be awards for the top three placegetters in each category set out in the MetrO Series Rules (see rules here >>)

For the current list of MetrO events and other series information, click here >>

OWA Sponsors

Australian Sports Commission
Department of Local Government,Sport and Cultural Industries

Acknowledgement of country

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Orienteering WA acknowledges the Noongar people, the Traditional and continuing Custodians of the land on which we gather to enjoy our sport, and pay our respects to Elders past and present.