Foot O: Frazzle Rock, Sunday 7th July 2013
State Orienteering League event

This weekend Sunday morning foot orienteering returns to the Frazzle Rock area first used for the Easter Frazzle Rock carnival in 2011.  With fast open rock strewn farm land the area is ideal for some quick running and the event is the second event in this years State Orienteering League, so come along and get your points tally growing.

For information on the State Orienteering League, including what it’s all about, should find out which course you should be entering, the current SOL standings, the age groups and the weighting factor review complete State Orienteering League information. Currently Mike Howe and Carol Brownlie lead the senior SOL standings after the first event.

Registration: 9.00am to 11.00am
Start Times: 9.30am to 11.30am
Courses Close: 1.00pm
Map: Frazzle Rock 1:10,000
Facilities: Pit toilets, cake stall
Bring: Membership card, e-tag, compass, whistle, tick repellent, leg protection

Courses: Expert 1,2,3 & 4, Active 1, Starter 1 & 2

Note: Being a non-championship SOL event, participation is "enter on the day". To earn points, you need to enter a minimum of the following courses according to your age group.

Organising Club: KO
Setters: Peter Mattner & Chris Swain
Organiser: Peter Mattner
Controller: Russell Candy
Cake Stall: KO volunteers
Control Collection: KO volunteers

From Perth, head out on the Brookton Hwy and proceed ~83 km past the intersection with Canning Rd (Karragullen). After 83km (and ~14km from Brookton) turn left into Thompson Rd - take care with the dirt roads and occasional sharp bends. After 3km turn right at a T junction into Dale Rd, follow for 500m, then turn left into Hillcroft Rd and follow for 5km and turn left through the farm gate onto the Frazzle Rock map. Follow the signs along the tracks for ~2km to the assembly area.
Allow a good 2 hours travel time from the centre of Perth.

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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.