Run or walk, compete against yourself or others, or just for a family day out. The bush series caters for all in the great outdoors. (April-Nov)
Run, walk or push a pram to a 45 minute time limit. How many points can you get? (Oct-Mar)
Preparation for the Bush. Try out bush style orienteering in local parks before stepping out into the bush. Also includes a night event for the adventurous. (Feb-April)
Grab your mountain bike and ride around bush tracks in either a street style event, bush style event or a combination of the two. (Oct-Mar)



At the Club's recent AGM it was voted to keep event entry fees for Club members for the upcoming 2018 Bush Series, and the BOSS, Street & Urban Series held over the 2018 year-end at the same level as they have been since 2016.

The levy paid per entry to Orienteering NSW will increase from $4 to $5 as of the first Bush event on 25 March. However, entry fees for Club members will not change. Casual competitors will pay marginally more to enter.

Adult members pay $10 to enter a Bush series event. After payment of levies, the remaining $5 funds a variety of Club expenditure including map production and printing; payments for applications to use National Parks, Crown Lands, Hunter Water property, and Hunter Development Corporation property; payments per user to National Parks ($2.47) & State Forests ($3.75); incorporation fees; ONSW's general membership levy ($3500.00 pa); prizes and trophies; web hosting; SportIdent and computer equipment; and expenses associated with the Club van (approx. $5000 pa).

We hope you will continue to support our family-friendly and affordable sport!