SUNDAY 12th May 2019 - NOY 2

Wallaroo National Park

RESULTS (On Eventor) | SPLITS (On Winsplits)


FROM THE SOUTH. Head north on the Pacific Hwy. from Hexham, through Heatherbrae. Travel 1.7KM past the Italia Road turn-off and turn left for about 50mtrs, before turning right along the old Pacific Hwy. Follow this sealed road (with some pot-holes) for 1.7KM to the end of the tar. (Adjacent to the Twelve Mile Creek rest centre.) Veer left, then right and follow (with care) the gravelly forest road for 640M, before turning left on to Ten Mile Rd. The assembly area will be another 1.25KM.


Parking will be restricted. Please park, one car behind the other, as far left as possible along this road. Make sure there is room for traffic to move in the other direction. (Take care when walking to the assembly/ start area.) A turning area will be available at the head of the parking queue. Parking space will be limited so we strongly encourage car-pooling or riding a bike from the end of the old highway (sealed section), where there are several areas for parking. Parking can also be found at the start of Ten Mile Road beneath the powerlines (area in yellow on map below)



Map: Rocky Rides 1:10 000 (part of Wallaroo NP)


Planner: Stuart Kurtz

Vetter: Denis Lyons


All courses will be of NOY standard (Visit controls in numerical order).

Course       Length(km)       Notes
Very easy    1.7km    Follow tracks
Easy   2.3km   Controls not far from tracks.
Moderate short   2.3km   Involves cross-country navigation to large features
Moderate long   3.0km   as above
Hard short    3.4km   Some difficult navigation
Hard Medium   5.5km   as above
Hard long   7.2km   as above

THE FINISH WILL BE 450m south of the assembly area, on a side track to the entry road. When you finish follow the road, or a path on the eastern side of the road, back to the assembly area to report in and download your result.

Entry Fees


Start times: 9:30 to 11:30am with course closure at 1pm. Please ensure you start your course with enough time to complete it prior to course closure

 Further notes:

(1) Hard long, Hard medium and Moderate long will need to cross an old fence which runs east-west on the northern side of a track, in the northern part of the map. Tapes will highlight this fence near where the course line would cross it.
(2) The area is frequented by trail bikes and 4WD’s. If you hear them coming – move out of their way.
(3) NEW STYLE SYMBOLS will be used.
 --- Prominent tree-root mounds will be a brown “Triangle”.
 --- Termite mounds, meat-ant nests and native cherry trees will NOT be shown.
(4) Magnetic north lines are now 300m apart.
(5) At least five helpers are needed to collect controls at each event.