Teams of 2 to 5 have to score as many points as they can in the time allowed – either 3 or 1.5 hours

You can score points in two ways:

  1. Navigate to checkpoints (numbered circles on the map) and record the code or answer the question (on the provided scorecard) to prove you have been to that checkpoint. Navigation is easy with no compass needed. If you can read a street map or similar then you will be sweet!

  2. Complete the various Mystery Activities which are marked (with a letter) on the map at various locations. The activity supervisor will give you instructions on how to complete the activity and you must complete the activity to score the points. The activity supervisor will score and record your points.

Everything is optional so teams decide how many activities they will complete or navigational checkpoints they will visit and in what order. That’s part of the strategy!  But watch out – we start deducting points off if you come back after the allocated time limit (3 or 1.5 hrs).  30 points per part minute you are late!


  • RIVERHEAD TRAILNAV- 22nd July 2018.  This event is in the pine forest of Riverhead.  A big network of tracks zigzagging through the lush green mature forest, making navigation easier with lots of options for you to do a course that suits!   Event HQ will be here

  • SHAKESPEAR REGIONAL PARK TRAILNAV- 12 August 2018.  The open bird sanctuary of Shakespear Regional Park makes for really interesting navigating.  Open farmland and primo bush tracks gives a bit of everything and 360 degree views to distract you!  Event HQ will be here

  • DUDER  REGIONAL PARK TRAILNAV – 2nd September 2018 – details to come.  An amazing finger of land jutting out into the harbour.  Another spot with open farmland and primo bush tracks gives a bit of everything and 360 degree views to distract you!  Event HQ will be here




3 hour event

1.5 hour event




Final Event Briefing:









Prize Giving:

1.47pm – ish

1.47pm – ish

At registration you will collect a race pack which has the following for the team:

  • Maps

  • Plastic bags to protect maps

  • Navigational checkpoint descriptions – lists the checkpoints, a clue to where they are,a question to answer and the points they are worth.

  • Mystery activity descriptions – list all the activities, a description, what points they are worth and where they are.

  • Some goodies maybe?


You then have planning time between when you register and when you start.  Teams should read all the information and plan what activities they are going to do and which navigational checkpoints they plan to visit.

We’ll have a compulsory race briefing where we’ll brief you on some basics on how the event works, health and safety, rules and anything else that needs covering.

We hand out the scorecards which you use to record your answers to the navigational checkpoint questions. These prove you have been to the right spot. Record the answer to the question in the relevant numbered box on the scorecard

About 30mins after the finish, after we have input the scores into the computer and tallied everything up, we have a prize giving with a few merit prizes for the top teams and a range of small spot prizes drawn randomly.


  • Appropriate footwear and clothing for the event.

  • A raincoat is needed if it is raining and the event will still go ahead even in rain! If this is the case, a change of clothing will be needed for afterwards.

  • We recommend each team takes a little first aid kit with them and a mobile phone. Any medication should also be taken (eg. for allergies or asthma).

  • Teams will also need a few pens/pencils to record their answers.



  • Teams must stick together as a team for the duration of the event – for all activities and navigation

  • Please take all your rubbish home with you

  • Teams may not work together sharing answers