Bush 9: Ngangaguringguring

Sunday, 27 August 2023

Near The Lakes

Don't be scared by the name or the bush, this event is sure to be hit with whole family! Come along and join one of our courses.

There are some new unmapped trail bike tracks, particularly in the north-eastern part of the courses for H1-3 and there may be others elsewhere as it is a popular area for trail bike riding. Some of the more prominent ones have been added to the map.

The controls will be programmed into SI Air mode for this event. If you have an SI Air tag you will be able to punch controls without having to insert your SI stick, however regular punching by inserting the controls with a regular SI stick will also work. If you want to make use of the SI Air mode make sure you have the correct SI stick registered in Eventor prior to the event.

Entries are open on Eventor. Pre-enter by Saturday August 26th at 4.50pm.

Courses: H1 (7.6km), H2 (5.5km), H3 (4.1km), H4 (2.8km), M (3.2km), E (2.4km), VE (2.2km)
Enter on the day: Will be available from 9.00-10.30am. 
Start: Courses H1-M have a mostly flat 630m walk to the start. The VE and E will have a start adjacent to the assembly area.
Map scale: 1:10,000.
Start times: From 9:30 to 11:30am.
Courses close: 1.00pm. Please return to the assembly area by this time, even if you have not finished your course.
Bring: Your SI card and compass if you have one, or these can be borrowed at the event. Also bring sunscreen, insect repellent, a hat and a water bottle, and comfortable walking or running shoes.
Facilities: Toilet.
What not to bring: Your dog! Remember that dogs are not permitted at bush events.

More information on this event is available in Eventor, including the Information Flyer.

Photo: Vanessa at Ngangaguringguring, by Rob West.

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.