Date: Saturday 15
Start Time: First starts from 9.00am for SILVA National Orienteering
Public race starts after last National Orienteering League Competitor Starts
on the same courses as the NOL competitors.
Format: Sprint with separate course for Male / Female
Winning Times: M/W21E 15 to 17 minutes, M/W17-20E 17 to 19 minutes Location:
Macquarie University, Culloden Road, Marsfield, NSW
by Car: Parking is available in the University Sports field car park,
travel north on Culloden Rd, straight through roundabout and cross over the
M2 Motorway into the parking area. NO PARKING within the main University
grounds. From the car park walk south along Culloden Rd to the University
access road which can be followed to the assembly area near to the swimming
centre. Travelling by Public Transport: Take a City Rail train to
Macquarie University station. On leaving the station walk northeast along
Herring Rd, turn left and head North West on Talavera Rd to Culloden Rd. Turn
left into Culloden and proceed as above.
University” 1:4,000, Copy of map- MacquarieUnimap2010.pdf
Terrain: Complex buildings, open parkland
Andrews Course Setter: Warwick Selby Controller: Ron Junghans Organiser:
James Lithgow 02 9484 5717 or james.lithgow @ tpg.com.au
Club: Garingal Orienteers Inc
preferred method of entry is online via the Garingal Web site www.garingal.com.au
which will allow you to enter all three events being held this
weekend with one entry form and one payment.
Silva NOL Competitors -M/W21E $20.00 M/W1720E $15.00, Public
Race – Seniors $17.00, Juniors $12.00, Family Maximum $50.00, Enter on day
subject to map availability an extra $5.00 per person.
Embargo: The whole
of the area bounded by Talavera, Culloden, Epping and Herring Roads is
embargoed from 6 am on Saturday 15 May until the end of competition.
Competitors intending to use on campus accommodation (AGSM or Travelodge) may
stay within the hotel building after 6.00 am but must leave before 8.00 am
exiting directly onto the Talavera Road and proceed to the competition
assembly area as directed above.