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From 12 to 16 July, nine Australian athletes will compete in WOC 2024, taking place in Edinburgh.

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This interview features a great coach and one of our most dedicated volunteers in the country, Rachel West.
The athlete interview features one of Australia's all-time greats Rob Walter.
Congratulations to Brodie Nankervis and Will Whittington on becoming athlete representatives of the IOF Athletes' Advisory Groups for 2024-2026.
Progress scores for the 2024 Silva Medal after the recent Australian 3-Days Championship.
Congratulations to the 2024 Hall of Fame inductees who join an illustrious group of Australia’s most respected and celebrated orienteers that span the test of time.
Orienteering Australia announced a range of annual awards at the recent Australian 3-Days Championships.
Orienteering Australia congratulates Brodie Nankervis, our 2023 Athlete of the Year.
OA is reopening nominations to represent Australia in the Bushrangers team which will compete against the New Zealand Pinestars at the Kings Birthday competition in New Zealand from June 1st-3rd, 2024.
The 2024 Australian 3 Days Orienteering Championships held in Adelaide Hills and Murrylands, South Australia saw athletes gather from around the country to participate in the 3-Days.
The minutes of meeting 182 of the Orienteering Australia (OA) Board held on Sunday March 3 are now published.
Applications for the Orienteering Australia Participation Grants for 2024-25 open today at 09:00am! These grants can be applied for by State/Territory Orienteering Organisations and their member clubs, to improve orienteering participation outcomes.
To kick of the new year, this month we are starting with a slightly different interview. I'm Natasha Key, current Orienteering Australia Head Coach and I am interviewing your normal host, Brodie Nankervis.