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)

UFO 1 – Stockton.

The assembly area is in the park at the southern side of Punt Rd in Stockton.

Parking – please do not park north of Punt Rd in Hunter St (near the sailing club) as the course is very visible from here and runners will be crossing. Please park in Punt Road itself or Hunter St to the south of Punt Rd.

If you are coming by ferry it is a few hundred metres along the cycle way to the west of the ferry terminal.

FacilitiesToilets, play equipment, barbecue area and a beach area onto the harbour.

Course notes:

The area is flat open parkland and the main features are trees and clumps of vegetation.

There are many controls in a small area – make sure to check your number when punching!

Mini - 1.2 km, 5m climb, no road crossings. 12 controls

Most of the mini course is visible from the assembly area but it does take the runners behind buildings and around the edges of the park.

Short 2.5 km, 10m climb, crosses some car parks and quiet roads. Map flip. 19 controls

Long- 3.9 km, 15m climb, crosses some car parks and quiet roads. Map flip. 28 controls

Distances are straight line distances – actual distances will be 10-20% longer.

Map notes:

The map is a portion of the previously used Burrabihngharn map, (Stockton, land of plenty).

1:4000, 2m contours.

Special symbols- vegetation – green symbols: X is used for a fig tree, regardless of size. O is used for other trees.

Park features black symbols: O is for park benches or picnic tables. X is play or gym equipment. Signs are not mapped.

Fences Most fences are low fences that prevent car access and can be easily stepped over. The passable fence" symbol is used. Waist high fences also use this symbol, but are mainly found along the edge of the cycle way and along the foreshore. Some are marked with a stripe of “out of bounds” if they should not be crossed. High fences use the “impassable fencesymbol.

Street features in the urban areas of the map street trees, telegraph poles and footpaths are generally not mapped unless alongside the park area or used for control locations.