2018 WA Classic Weekend

PerFrazzleSueFrazzle Rock, near Beverley

Sunday 3rd & Monday 4th June 2018

Look forward to two challenging days of orienteering at Frazzle, first mapped for the Australian 3 Day event in 2011.
Sunday afternoon offers a middle distance style in bush with lots of open rock surfaces and a lot of rock detail, while Monday morning will be a standard length courses in a mix of farmland and more open bush areas.

The WA Classic is a popular and regular feature on the WA orienteering calendar and everyone is welcome. Those who complete the same course on both days have their cumulative time used to decide the places over the two races.  Make a weekend of it and enjoy camping at the event site on Sunday evening.

You are welcome to come for either or both days as suits you. Of course entering one day means you will not be eligible for the WA Classic! There is no requirement to enter any specific course based on age grouping.

Day One Sunday 3rd June
Registration Times: 1:00 - 2.00pm
Start time: 1.30-2.30pm
Course Close: 4.00pm
Eventor Details

Day Two Monday 4th June
Registration Times: 9am -11am
Start time: 9.30am – 11.30am
Course Close: 1pm
Eventor Details

Organising Clubs: WOW
Setters: Helen Post & Carol Brownlie
Controllers: Ken Post and Ken Brownlie
Contact: Helen Post phone: 0409889 944

Courses: H1 – H5, M, E, VE

Camping will be available overnight (Sunday night) in the designated area. BYO everything.

Facilities: Toilets, cake stall, water at start, finish and on some courses.
Bring: SPORTident e tag (also available to hire), compass, whistle, tick repellent, leg protection, water and sunscreen.

Directions: North of Brookton Hwy, west of Beverley.

Detailed Directions in Eventor

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.