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CATI

There are "Come and Try It" events which are held every few weeks during the winter season.  These are known as CATI events.   They are held in the Sydney Metropolitan area on Sunday mornings and are organised by the Sydney orienteering clubs on a rotation basis. 

The events are set in urban streets, parks and bushland and involve easy to moderate navigating.   An example of part of a map at a CATI event is below.  The map is of the hospital at Bedlam Bay near Gladesville in Sydney. 

CATI events are a really good way to start off orienteering.  They are great for practising your navigational skills in a familiar environment and for improving your fitness.  They are also close to home.  You don't have join a club to go orienteering, just come along and enter.

If you need assistance at a CATI event, you can ask one of the organisers or a Garingal club member, particularly look for a Garingal member in an "ASK ME" orange vest.  Garingal members will be wearing the club's green, orange and white club shirt or our dark green polar-fleece jackets with the GOanna logo.

Key points

      • Sunday mornings in winter season
      • Sydney metropolitan area
      • Easy to moderate navigating
      • Ideal "first-time" and practice events

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