Sunday 19th May 2013

This MTB Orienteering event covers the complex track network around Langford Park and Manjedal scout camp and for the longer courses, includes a newly mapped area east of Nettleton Rd, 'Alcoa Hilltop', where you can relive the history of aluminium mining in WA's south west.  The area includes mining access trails, dirt bike tracks and regrowth plantation forest.  Come and try out the courses designed by WA's national MTBO representative, Ricky Thackray.

Event Directions

Organising Club: BO
Setter: Ricky Thackray

Courses: (approx)
Long: (30km)
Medium: (20km)
Short: (10km)

Registration: 9:00 – 11:00am
Start times: 9:30 – 11:30am
Courses close: 1:30pm  (please be back by this time)
Map: Langford Park 1:20 000, 5m contours (A3, all courses)
Facilities: Toilet
Bring: Bike, helmet, water, map board (limited hire boards available), cord for attaching SI tag to bike, puncture repair kit, Sportident e-tag, compass.

Course notes: This map utilises the extensive single track network of Langford Park as well as the underutilised tracks east of Nettleton Rd (Coronation Rd), which has been remapped to Australian track grading standards. There are some overgrown tracks in the area and these are shown with the green highlighted track symbol but can be avoided with clever route choice.

From Perth – travel to Byford on the South West Hwy. On the south side of Byford, turn left into Nettleton Rd and travel 16km to the entrance of Langford Park on your right and follow the signs to the assembly area.

From Bunbury – take the South West Hwy north to Jarrahdale Rd and turn right. After 5.5km, turn left onto Nettleton Rd, then a further 2km turn left into Langford Park and follow the signs to the assembly area.


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