• Sunday, 28 February 2021

This weekend is the start of the winter series with the first of 7 NavDash events.

The courses are mainly in parkland so the control sites are mostly on visible features, not in nooks and crannies as can be the case in heavily built areas. Come and enjoy a pleasant area beside the Canning River (which was actually flowing 2 weeks before the event).

If you're up for the challenge, see how quickly you can get round the course without mispunching. You're always welcome to run another course afterwards if you want to (no additional charge). 

If you want to take things at a more leisurely place, that's no problem. Running's not compulsory - just be back at the assembly area by 12 noon. As the controls are close together, NavDash events are great to keep little ones engaged - just watch out for those dashing round the course.

Please pre-enter if you can, and read the Information flyer that is on the event page in Eventor.

Information about NavDash (sprint) orienteering can be found here.


Hard Long 2.7km straight line (about 3.5km),
Hard Short 1.8km straight line (about 2.3km),
Easy 1.2km straight line (about1.3km).

Pre-enter via Eventor (entries close at 23:59pm on Friday 26th February).
If you do not have an Eventor account, click on ‘Create Account’ and follow the prompts.
Registration on the day at the event is available, primarily for those wanting to enter as a group who cannot enter through Eventor. Make sure you arrive in plenty of time.

On the day registration: from 9:00 - 10:30am

Instruction available: from 9:00 - 10:00am 

Bring: your SI card if you have one, or borrow one at the event.
Also bring sunscreen, hat and water bottle. 

Start times: 9:30 - 11.00am 

Courses close: 12 noon.

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Acknowledgement of country

Noongar country logo 2023 150pxNgalak kaaditj nidja Noongar Boodjar. Koora-Yeyi-Kalyakool.

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.