UPDATE 18 November:
We have been anxiously watching the weather forecast and have decided to postpone the Tarlo rogaine to the weekend of 27th November (one week on). With moderate rain on Saturday and heavy rain Saturday night-Sunday the local bridges would flood and block access. I’m sure the local landowners would love to have 200+ people as labourers for a couple of days, but you might all go a bit hungry.
Apologies and sorry for those who may not be able to make the swap.
What do you need to do?
- If you can still come on the 27th: your entry will be transferred. You do not need to do anything.
We will open entries again until midnight Tuesday 23 November for anyone who can now come who couldn’t make the original date. Hope you can still make it. The bush is at its’ best.
Kind regards from the sun orchid.
Entries now close midnight Tuesday 23 November.
As the rogaine is in NSW, we will be operating under the NSW COVID-19 restrictions. This means you must be double vaccinated to participate in the rogaine. You must also bring evidence of your vaccination status.
You will be able to choose a 6 hour or 12 hour course and given you’ve been bush starved for so long, the 12 hour option could be very popular!! It will be run Covid safe - split starts, mask wearing at registration, social distancing. Remember that the lockdown may have eased but the virus hasn't. The 12 hour event will start at 11am and the 6 hour event will start at midday.
The event will be in Tarlo River National Park, just north of Goulburn, which has some of the best spur and gully rogaining country around. The flowers will be in full bloom and the moon will be up – not that you’ll need much extra light with the long daylight by then. The Hash House will be on private property adjoining the National Park and free camping is permitted.
If you are looking for a partner let us know (1 person looking).
Check out the photos of the area: Tarlo photos The controls have all been hung and the flowers are stunning.
Print or view: Final Instructions Tango in Tarlo