Be Active Metro Series Finale

The final event in the 2012/13 Series will be held this Saturday, at the usual time of 5.00pm, at Jabe Dodd Park, Mosman Park.  

Registration will be open from around 4.15pm, and a briefing for beginners will be conducted at around 4.45pm, before a mass start at 5.00pm. After the event, at around 6.15pm the overall Series awards will be presented, so bring your dinner and stay for a riverside picnic!

This is the final event in the current Series, and most categories have been decided in the overall Series scores. Categories which could change are Open Women on the Long Course, Open Men on Medium, and Junior Men and Veteran Women on the Short Course. There could be a tie in Veteran Men on the Medium Course – if Ron Marcus wins on Saturday he will join Lee Holliday in first place, and with identical scores over their best six rounds, it means there can be no tie-breaker. Minor placings in several categories will also be decided on Saturday.


Mosman Park Event Details:

There will be three courses with simple navigation – Short (2-3kms), Medium (5-6kms), or Long (7-9kms). You can walk, jog or run to find the control points, using the special map provided. For more information on Urban Orinteering visit our Coaching Guide, which includes a sample map and course.


Getting to the event:

The entrance to Jabe Dodd Park is on Johnson Parade, on the right as you are heading up the hill from the River – take care turning into the park!

For those travelling by bike and/or public transport, the nearest train station is Mosman Park on the Fremantle line. Cross Stirling Highway and head along Glyde St until you reach Bay View Terrace (just after St Hilda’s School), then turn right and after 100m the park will be on your left.

Bus No. 107 leaves from Cottesloe Station (the stop before Mosman Park), and travels to Palmerston St, which is one block (250m) West of Jabe Dodd Park – get off at the Mosman Park Council Office.


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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.