Entry Fees:


Saturday 18 May

Middle Champs / NOL Middle

Sunday 19 May

Long Champs / NOL Ultralong




Junior (<21y)



Sub-junior (<13y)




Add $3

Family entry fees are capped at 2 senior + 1 junior or sub-junior. This will be calculated by Eventor if all family members are entered at the same time.

Entries have now closed. There will be a limited number of EOD courses available.

Punching System:

SPORTident electronic timing. SIAC Air+ contactless punching will be enabled. SIAC sticks will not be available for hire; if you want to use Air+ you will need to bring your own. Standard SI Sticks can be hired with registration in Eventor ($4).

M21E competitors in the NOL Ultra-long will require an SI stick capable of holding 50 or more controls (SI-Card6, SI-Card10, SI-Card11 or SIAC). M20E and W21E competitors also will need a later model SI stick capable of holding 30+ controls. The W20E course will use less than 30 controls, so participating competitors will not have any special requirements for their SI Sticks.

Embargoed Areas:

Roseberg State Forest - 82km Southwest of Bathurst, through the town of Lyndhurst.

Wyangala Waters - The area bounded by Reg Hailstone Way, Elliotts Lookout Rd and Reflections Holiday Park - Wyangala Waters. Access is permitted to Reflections Holiday Park but is restricted to the immediate Park accommodation area.  

Permission to access embargoed terrain shall be obtained from the Organiser if needed.

Maximum Adventure:

Australia’s leading outdoor adventure events company, hosting a series of large-scale adventure races, sporting and corporate events across the nation. They have generously partnered with us for this Championship weekend and are providing prizes for the NOL Ultra-Long on Sunday. They offer a variety of locations and distances — check out a race that would suit you.

Furthermore, they are offering an incentive to be part of a brand new trail running event - The Western Sydney Parklands Trail Run on Sat 22 June 2019. Keep an eye out on event correspondence for a code word to receive $10 off entry to the event (valid until 19/06 and only for the 11, 19 & 35km categories). More details can be found through the links below.  


max adventure

World Orienteering Day

Both the Saturday and Sunday events have been registered as ‘World Orienteering Day’ events.  All participants will contribute to the IOF’s vision of increasing visibility and accessibility of orienteering through the World Orienteering Day annual promotion.  Last year there were 349 052 participants from all around the world taking part in an orienteering event. This year is the first time that the participation window has fallen over a weekend and a major NSW event.