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Sat 28 May 9:30 am
SOS Newcastle 3 - Broadmeadow (World Maze Race event)
Hunter School of the Performing Arts (109 Lambton Rd, Broadmeadow NSW)

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Sat 28 May 9:30 am
SOS Northside - West Pymble (World Maze Race event)
Bicentennial Park, West Pymble (Prince Of Wales Dr, West Pymble NSW 2073). Meet in the centre of the park by the playground.

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Sat 28 May 9:30 am
SOS Hills District 3 - Rouse Hill (World Maze Race event)
Rouse Hill Public School (Clower Ave, Rouse Hill NSW)

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Sun 29 May 9:30 am
Central Coast Winter - Bateau Bay
EDSAAC Bateau Bay
Sun 29 May 9:30 am
2022 NOY3 - Pelaw Main
Mining Mystery 1:7500, Pelaw Main

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Sun 29 May 10:30 am
Highlands Forest Series #2
"Penrose State Forest", 1:10,000, minor updates 2022, Penrose State Forest, Kingsbury VC Rest Area on the Hume Motorway, 2km south of the Sutton Forest (Shell) Service area.

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Sat 4 Jun 9:30 am
SOS Hill District 4 - Baulkham Hills
Baulkham Hills High School  (419A Windsor Rd, Baulkham Hills, NSW)

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Sat 4 Jun 9:30 am
SOS Newcastle 4 - Lambton
Lambton High School (85 Womboin Rd, Lambton NSW)

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Sat 4 Jun 9:30 am
SOS Northside - Pymble (ultra format)
Robert Pymble Park, Pymble (Alma St, Pymble NSW 2073).

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Sat 4 Jun 2:00 pm
IKO - Stanwell Park
Stanwell Park (updated May 2022). Scale 1:7,500, contour interval 5m.

About ONSW

Orienteering NSW, now known as ONSW, was established in 1972 following the first orienteering events in NSW in 1971. It was incorporated (Y0104618) on 19th October 1987 and later registered for an ABN (45 062 472 184). 

ONSW is a not for profit organisation which oversees and promotes the sport of orienteering within NSW. The Association is affiliated with Orienteering Australia Inc which is in turn affiliated with the International Orienteering Federation. There are 14 orienteering clubs across NSW that are affiliated with ONSW, and all financial members of affiliated clubs are members of ONSW.

ONSW 2018-2025 Strategy

The Association derives its income from membership fees, event fees, and government grants.

We are especially appreciative of the ongoing support of:

The Association is governed by a Board of Directors elected from members of the affiliated clubs at its Annual General Meeting, held usually in March of each year. The Board holds regular meetings on a monthly basis to determine policy matters, schedule events, and generally govern the administration of the Association.

The day to day affairs of the Association are managed by a small group of employed staff and an army of volunteers. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

In addition there are several development officers and plenty of coaches who work on a casual basis as required. The Development Officers or Coaches would be pleased to assist teachers to introduce orienteering in schools or help you conduct an event. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details.

We welcome visitors to the office - Level 2, 8 Parkview Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, but recommend that you call first to ensure that one of us will be there to greet you - 02 8736 1252

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