2018 Junior Camp

Junior TrainingThe 2018 Junior camp will be held in at Camp Kerem, Bullsbrook from Saturday 30th June till Monday 2nd July.

Registration is open until 15th June 2018

The Junior Camp is Orienteering WA's major training camp of the year for 10-17 year old orienteers and is held over the July school holidays. Run by our accredited coaches the camp provides for a wide range of orienteering abilities.

This training camp is suitable for young people who enjoy orienteering, want to learn more about it and have a fun time with other young people. The camp is open to anyone aged from 10 to 17 years who has participated in at least one bush event or NavDash event in addition to any school events. Attendees must be financial members of Orienteering WA.

2018 Camp Information PDF ; find out more about this weekend, what to expect, what to do get ready and what to bring along to ensure a great time.

The costs for attendance at the camp is $100 or $90 per person, depending on age. You must be a member of Orienteering WA to attend as Camp fees are heavily subsidised by OWA at approximately $100 per attendee.


To register you must complete and email the Registration Form to Coaching Convenor and Camp Organiser, Coreen Maynard.
To confirm your registration you must enter and pay each for each attendee via the WA Junior Camp Event in Eventor.

Don't forget - Registration is open until 15th June 2018


If you need to join or rejoin OWA the cost of Junior Membership is $35 per year and in addition to the subsidy on the Junior Camp there are reduced entry fees to all OWA events and many other benefits of membership. How to join Orienteering WA.

Further Questions

Please contact Coreen if you have any questions regarding the registration process or membership of OWA.

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.