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Rogaines are organised and run totally by volunteers. Check out the Events and Volunteers page for where you can help out, then simply register or email the Volunteer Coordinator

New to Rogaining

Would you like some information on …

  • Equipment needed
  • How to prepare
  • What happens when you get there
  • What happens on the course
  • How to navigate


You can’t rogaine every weekend. Orienteering is a great way to hone those skills.

Click the button below to be taken to the Orienteering NSW Homepage. 


Rogainers with smart phones are encouraged to install the following app on their smart phones and carry them during events.

This Emergency+ app has been developed for Australia’s Triple Zero Awareness Working Group. When activated, the app displays current GPS coordinates. This knowledge could be very useful in a variety of rescue and support situations. No mobile coverage is required to display GPS coordinates.

The app is available in the app stores for Android, Apple and Windows devices.

To read more …

Emergency+ App

Triple Zero (000) is Australia’s primary emergency service number and should be used if urgent emergency assistance is required from either police, fire, or ambulance services.

Australia also has two secondary emergency service numbers that only work with particular technologies:

  • 112 is the GSM international standard emergency number which can only be dialled on a digital mobile phone (Some international model phones cannot dial “000”).
  • 106 is the text-based emergency number for people who are deaf, or who have a hearing or speech impairment. This service operates using a textphone (TTY) or a computer with modem access.

Past Event - 2019 6hr Socialgaine

Sunday 24th November at 10am
Belrose/Garigal NP

Results now on event page.

You cannot get an event in lovely bushland any closer to the CBD of Sydney. The event starts at 10:00am. Maps available from 8am.

Garigal NP is located in the northern part of Sydney and the area for the Socialgaine will include beautiful and varied forests, cool streams with big rock platforms, magnificent views and some challenging terrain. As well as the NP, the course includes lots of suburban parks and paths in the Belrose and Frenchs Forest area.

The course will include lots of stroller friendly areas as well as the more challenging bush tracks for those seeking more adventurous routes. The Hash House will be at Belrose Public School

2019 Series Point Score

The 2019 Series Point Score has been tabulated and the results are in.I addition to our overall point score winners I would like to acknowledge Marg and Rob Cook as well as Chris Stevenson. Marg, Rob and Chris were the only people to compete (or volunteer) At every event in 2019.
If you see any problems with the results or have queries then please contact