The Job Orienteering Western Australia is seeking a self-motivated person to play a pivotal role in assisting in the varied administration requirements of the sport. Your key focus will be enquiries management, membership administration, and assisting Committee members as required with promotion and marketing, website currency, financial management, and correspondence and reporting.
Fantastic turnout for first ever orienteering event in Albany
Street orienteering came to Albany on Saturday 24 May, with almost 80 locals enjoying the physical and navigational challenge, including several school groups. With a high level of interest and enthusiasm, Albany is on track to form its own Orienteering Club this year. More information from This email address is being
Sunday 8 June. Start times 9.30am - 11.30am. Courses close 1.00pm.
A great navigational challenge for people who like to get on their bikes and get off the road this Sunday at Kangaroo Valley. This map is in bushland not far from the Brookton Hwy at the back of Karragullen.
There will be 4 courses: Very short – 6km; Short – 10km; Medium – 21km and Long – 29km, so something available for every level of fitness.
Sunday 1 June. Start times 9.30am - 11.30am. Courses close 1.00pm.
Malmalling is in the heart of perfect orienteering countryside where there is an abundance of interesting features and it is an absolute joy to run. Located not far off the Great Eastern Highway between Sawyers Valley and The Lakes, it is easy to get to and is relatively close to the city.
There will be a full range of courses including courses with navigation
Sunday 18 May. Start times 9.30am - 11.30am. Courses close 1.00pm.
The Hill Park Dale map is noted for its beautiful rolling hills, complex granite outcrops, remnant bush land and fantastic orienteering. Previous national events have been run on this map and received positive reviews all around.
Set on farmland with large tracts of natural bush, it can be accessed from the Brookton Hwy off the Beverley-West Dale Rd.
Sunday 11 May 2014 - starts 9.30-11.30am; courses close at 1.00pm.
Enjoy orienteering this weekend at John Forrest National Park. Plenty of features on the map, wonderful views and close to the city. The longer course will be a hybrid of bush and street navigation, perfect for stretching the brain and the legs.
There will be 4 courses of varying length and navigational difficulty so there is a course suitable for everyone.
Four Western Australian orienteers made podium appearances at the recent 2014 Easter 3 Day Orienteering Carnival held in NSW. The Easter 3 Day Carnival is an international event, and as the name suggests is run over three days requiring competitors to put in a consistent effort.
In what was a family affair Oscar McNulty came in second in the Junior Elites, while his mother Anthea Feaver also took silver in the Women’s 50 category. Carol Brownlie and Kjell Winther also made the podium
This coming weekend is the perfect time to go south for a weekend of a difference and enjoy some orienteering. With events in Denmark on Saturday and near Collie on Sunday, it is a great excuse to get out of town, do some touring, some exercise and enjoy the WA great outdoors in autumn.
On Saturday 3 May orienteering comes to the Albany/Denmark region. A new orienteering club is being set up in the Great Southern
Sunday 27 April 2014 - starts 9.30-11.30am; courses close at 1.00pm.
The bush orienteering season has officially started and what better place to run than in the beautiful bushland in the Mt Observation/ Mt Billy area, half way to York.
There will be 4 courses of varying length and navigational difficulty so there is a course suitable for everyone. Experienced orienteers, noticeable in their fluoro orange vests, will be