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MetrO 6 - Shenton Park

Saturday, 10 December 2022

Lake Jualbup, Shenton Park

Lake Jualbup is abundant with bird life and has long neck turtles in the lake. Close to the assembly area there are free BBQs, children's playground, basketball ring and plenty of grassed area for frisbee or ball games. Why not bring a picnic to enjoy afterwards?

The assembly area is on the eastern side of Lake Jualbup, corner of Excelsior Rd and Keightley Rd West, Shenton Park. Toilets are on the south western side of the lake, approximately 200m from the assembly area. Parking is available on the streets around the lake.

Pre-entry to this event via Eventor is strongly preferred: entries close at 4pm on Saturday 10th December. If you are not a member of OWA, please see instructions on registering for an Eventor account. EOD (Enter on the Day) will be available at the event until 4:40pm if you are unable to enter beforehand.

Courses Short (~3km), Medium (~5km) and Long (~8km).Registration: Enter online via Eventor prior to 4pm on 10th December, or enter at the event 4–4:40pm. EFT payments available at the event.
Novice Briefing: 4:45 pm.
Start time
: Mass start at 5 pm.Courses close: At 6:15 pm. Please return to the assembly area by this time even if you have not finished your course.Facilities: Toilets.Please bring: Comfortable walking or running gear, water (none provided), sunscreen, and SI stick (loans available).

More information is on Eventor, including driving directions.

Read all about the MetrO series (including a list of all MetrO events), check out the tips on how to enjoy a MetrO event, and familiarise yourself with the rules as well.

Photo: Lake Jualbup, by Rachel West.

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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.