|6 hour /
12 hour /
1200, 1200, 1900
The Autumn event brings rogainers back to the beautiful Tarlo River National Park, which last hosted an ACTRA event in 2005. There are three events on offer this time round, with 6-hour and 12-hour events commencing at midday, and a 5-hour event commencing at 7pm for those wanting to focus only on nighttime navigation. The Hashhouse will be located in a woolshed off Long Swamp Road, near Greenwich Park. Tarlo River National Park is visited by few due to its limited public access, and offers ideal rogaining conditions with virtually no undergrowth. Many of the creek beds are fast travelling, and there are scenic views at some of the higher points. Several sections of the Tarlo River have lovely grassy banks and casuarina trees, and there is an incredible conglomerate rock outcrop in the east of the map. Wildlife spotted by the course setters include kangaroos, wallabies, and emus! Five and twelve hour competitors in particular are encouraged to camp by the Hash House after the event's midnight conclusion.
|Coordinator||Setters/Vetters||Admin||General Help||Catering||Control Collection|
|Dane Roberts||Dane Roberts
|Danielle Winslow (First Aid)||Hartley Lifecare||Not Known|