Run or walk, compete against yourself or others, or a fun family day out. Classic "forest" orienteering for all in the great outdoors. (Mar-Sept)
   Run, walk or push a pram to a 45 minute time limit. How many points can you get? (Oct-Feb)
    A great introduction to orienteering with fun courses in suburban parks & reserves. Also includes a night event. (Feb-Mar)
    Navigate around bush tracks and trails on your mountain bike. The     BOSS series offers 75 minute score & line+score events. (Oct-Mar)






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 Other orienteering events outside the Newcastle area
-   NSW State League   Popular annual ONSW series run by clubs across the state. Open to all orienteers with a series pointscore deciding the "NSW Orienteer of the Year" for each class. The series also includes the NSW Sprint, Middle Distance and Long Distance championships. "State League events are enjoyable, challenging and offer the best orienteering in NSW."
-   NSW Coming Events Map  Shows the location of all listed upcoming NSW orienteering events.
 -  Eventor  Orienteering Australia's event and membership management system. Lists all Australian orienteering events & results. 
-   Easter 3 Days   Australia's premier multiday competition for all orienteers. Held annually at Easter with winners decided by the cumulative times from the three days of events. Also includes a sprint/family teams event on Good Friday.
-   Australian Championships Carnival   Held late September/early October across two weekends with other events on the weekdays in between. Includes the national championships in Sprint, Middle Distance and Long Distance plus a Relay Championships for state teams. All events are open to all orienteers with courses to suit all levels of experience. Also incorporates the Australian Schools Orienteering Champs for state schools teams with the courses for these three mid-week events also open to all other orienteers. 
-   Xmas 5 Days   Annual series held in NSW between Xmas & New Years. Overall class winners are decided by their best four of five results but you can enter any or all of the five days. "The atmosphere is less formal than at a State League, but each event still offers high quality courses and enjoyable terrains."