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Results

These now show the leg distance and speed values for each team.  An adjustment has been made to the score for Team 8 which has affected the Super Veteran placings.

Route Map

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Co-ordinators Report  (pdf)

Photos

Video

A short video of the event made by Jason Tsui.

Lost & Found - Reading glasses


Description of this Event:

The location was Euroka Clearing, near Glenbrook in the lower Blue Mountains.

There was a good network of trails through the event area. National Parks had recently conducted an extensive series of hazard reduction burns. This significantly improved the accessibility of the off-track terrain in those areas. The course setters made good use of this access to make route choice between track and cross country interesting.

There were plenty of controls located closer to the hash house, specifically aimed at novices and a broad range of control difficulties across the course for the more experienced and longer-distance rogainers. For novices at our events, people are always available during planning and after the start to give advice on course planning and technique.

History of the event:

This event was the 50th anniversary of the events Paddy Pallin - the man, and founder of the Paddy Pallin outdoors stores – started organising in 1963. The goal was to encourage people to experience the Australian bush safely. Then, as now, walkers were regularly getting lost and sometimes seriously injured. Paddy saw the need to improve walkers’ navigational skills and organised these events to do something positive.
Paddy Pallin ran the events for the first 25 years, and in 1981 outsourced the event organisation to the NSW Rogaining Association.


For general information about this event, contact  ...

Michael Watts
email:  [email protected]

For entry or results related matters contact ...

Belinda McLean
phone: 0408 120 007
email:   [email protected]


Creek

Who could enter?

Like all NSWRA rogaines, anyone could enter. You had to make up a team of between 2 and 5 people. If you were under 14 years of age on the day of the event you had to have an adult in your team.


What did it cost?

Entry Fees

Full  $58
Concession  $37
Child under 14 years   Free

The "Concession" rate includes ..

  • Anyone between 14 and 22 years of age
  • Full time students
  • Unemployed
  • Pensioners

Saturday Night Camping

$10 per adult
$5 per child (under 15)

Saturday Dinner

$14 per person

Tee Shirts

$15 each

Park Entry

$7 per vehicle, collected at the gate or registration.

Our refund policy is here.


Competition Categories

This event offered a "Junior - under 18" category.  The other age/gender based categories plus the 'Novice" and "Family" category were the same as usual.

The   See the  "Competition Categories "  page for more details.