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Vaccine passes required for all events

In 2022, any person over the age of 12 who turns up to a Dunedin Orienteering event, be they competitor, volunteer or spectator, must present a Covid Vaccine Pass. With this requirement in place, our club can run events in Orange or Green.

Next Events...

We look forward to seeing you for lots of orienteering in the first half of 2022! Details below for Glow Worms Rogaine V and the Summer/Schools Series!

Glow Worms Rogaine V: The Worms Strike Back

Sunday 13th February 2022 from 9.30 am

Full event details, including a link to the required pre-registration form, can be found by clicking **here**

After a hiatus last year, Dunedin’s most popular 3-hour rogaine is back for the 5th Edition! The map area continues to throw up surprises, and new tracks have been found and mapped. Even the saltiest veterans of the first four editions will have to strategize and plan new loops, and there will be new areas for all to explore.

Dunedin Orienteering Summer/Schools Series 2022

During Term One each year, the club runs its Summer Series events on four consecutive Wednesday evenings at parks and schools around the city. As well as being training events for club members, these events are run as a "Schools Series", which is followed by the Otago Schools Championships in early April. We will also be holding an introductory/training session for students on Sunday 27th February. Hold the dates for now and more details will follow about these events nearer the time.

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Orienteering in Covid times.

Anytime that suits you, you can;

  • do MapRunF courses, note new Start Anywhere options.

  • use the Permanent Courses. Ross Creek has just been updated and extended.

  • Use old maps of events in public spaces within your neighbourhood; Town Belt South, Tomahawk, Botanic Gardens/Signal Hill/University campus, Bethunes Gully, Balmacewan/Kaikorai, Woodhaugh, Mosgiel Flatland, Glow Worms or Port Chalmers Rogaines. Go and find something new on the maps that you have never visited before.

Virtual Orienteering across Otago...

Download MapRunF on your phone, and do some courses right now.

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A reminder that the club is run on an entirely volunteer basis. We want events to be organised, safe and enjoyable for all of us, so we need you, the club members, to regularly help. Please offer your help in advance to the person listed as the Controller for the next event.