Previous news and announcments
Training for all members who want to be involved starts this week in two different locations. You don’t have to be aspiring to make a state team to enjoy getting fitter, improving navigation skills, and the camaraderie of a group with common goals.
Tuesday 24th, Woodbridge Park, Midland, 5.30pm
Thursday 26th (Australia Day), south end Lake Monger, 8.30am.
In future the East group will Fridays and the West group, Thursdays,...
Saturday 14 January 2017
The Metro Series kicks off 2017 beachside with the first Orienteering event of the year at Hillarys, an ideal location to enjoy a post event swim, picnic, or just relax and be rewarded with a beautiful sunset.
Sunday 18 December
It's time once again for the annual novelty event, this year being hosted at Carine Regional Open Space, off Beach Rd, Carine. You will have to think inside the box if you want to solve this year's puzzles. What does the organiser have in store? Bring a friend, bring a picnic brunch and most importantly, bring a writing implement/highlighters/whatever else you can think of because there will be a quiz. Start time is 9am and the cost is...
Membership of Orienteering Western Australia is now overdue for 2017. Discounted member entry fees at the Metro series are just the start of a host of benefitsyou’ll also receivethrough...
Sunday 26th March 2017
Location: John Curtin College of the Arts, Fremantle
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will follow the NavDash event at the same venue.
The elections for the office bearers will take place at the AGM.
Manners Hill Park, Lilla St, Peppermint Grove.
On Saturday 19th November 100 OWA members put on their finest and gathered to celebrate the year that was, celebrating the athletic achievements of all ages of Orienteers and acknowledging the volunteers who made such an effort to run our sport in 2016.
Sunday 20th November
Start Location: Hartfield Park Recreation Centre, Hale Rd, Forrestfield.
Join us on Sunday!...
Saturday 5 November, Joondalup
Join us at Neil Hawkins park for the...
A hard fought battle across the three rounds of the National Mountain Bike Orienteering Championships held in Dwellingup over the weekend saw WA triumphant over strong Vic, NSW and Qld competition to win the state shield for the first time in ten years. The last time we won the shield was also on home soil in 2006. WA riders overwhelmed the competition in the sprint and middle distance events although Victoria fought back to win the long event but not enough to take the...