If you want to be this year’s NSW Champion you will need to travel. Our second post-Covid event (hopefully) will be held at Gundabooka National Park, which is about 70kms south of Bourke.
This is a fantastic opportunity to rogaine and visit country that will be unfamiliar to most of us. Those making the effort to get to this event will be rewarded with an experience they will remember the rest of their life.
It is recommended that visitors spend some time around Bourke, Cobar & Brewarrina which are all quite interesting. The Darling, aboriginal history pre and post white settlement, Kidman Way (cattle/sheep), agriculture, irrigation, mining and not forgetting the wildlife. There is quite a spectacular rock art site not far from the hash house, an old gold mining area in the park, as well as station homesteads. The drive along Yanda Ck to the Darling campsite is worth the trip. Bring the fishing rod (and permit), or kayak/canoe.
Like most NSW Champs events there will be the 24 hour championship event and and a non-championship 8 hour event.
Keep coming back here as there will be more updates coming as we work around mandated and practical Covid-19 restrictions. At this stage there won’t be catering at this event.
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