Bibra Lake MetrO 10

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Register <here> for your weekend fun!

The assembly area for this event is to the east of Bibra Lake, on the western side of Bibra Lake Drive, just north of the Parkway Road roundabout. There is a carpark on Parkway Road, close to the junction. There is some verge parking on Parkway Road and some on the west side of Bibra Lake Drive north of the assembly area.

The map area includes open parkland, many paths and tracks, some runnable forest, (almost) no roads and (definitely) no walking on water. Almost all the paths and tracks are suitable for prams and wheelchairs but many of the control markers are beyond arm’s reach of the paths.

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.

Pre-registration is encouraged. Please register now through Eventor by Friday 29 January at 23:59. If you forget to pre-enter, you will still be able enter when you arrive at the event on the day. Just don't forget!

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: East side of Bibra Lake, near Bibra Dr at Parkway Rd.
When: Saturday 30 January 2021
Late register: from 4:15 pm
Beginners' briefing: 4:45 pm
Mass start: 5:00 pm, course close 6:15 pm
Bring: sunscreen, drinking water, SI card, hat

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 >>

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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.