Sunday 2nd May
Schools, Scouts, Cadets

Information Specific to each Group

(For Information about the Sunday Public Event click here)

Information common to all groups

The Event(s)

All events on Sunday 2nd May will be 4 hour.

As required by current DHHS regulations, numbers in each start group will be limited to 250.

Start Groups will be:
9:30      Public Event
10:30     Schools Event - Group 1

The Terrain/Map

Gently undulating terrain and open forest will make this a very pleasant event; see our Map Page for a previous event/course in this area. The map will be 1:25000 scale with 10 metre contours, printed on A3 paper. (Non Waterproof)

Start Location

Linton is about 30 km South-West of Ballarat; travel time from Melbourne is approximately 2 hours. 
See the Travel Directions Page for travel directions and the location of the Hash House.

Event Entry

To enter the event, or enquire about the event, please contact [email protected]

Event Entry Fees are
Adults:  $32 per person 
Juniors: $21 per person 

Late Date will be 21 April - after this date, extra costs apply

Final Instructions

Final instructions and confirmation of start location and travel directions will be available from the VRA Home Page from Tuesday 27th April.

Après Event Catering

Traditionally, we provide a Hash House meal after Rogaines; these consist of BBQ sausages, hamburgers, veggie burgers, stews and soups. Sadly, Covid-19 Regulations prevent us from providing a full-service event.

We are currently negotiating with a local service club to provide a sausage sizzle (and perhaps hot water for tea, coffee, instant soups) after the event. More about this soon.

Alternatively, please feel free to bring picnic food or snacks for your team to eat before heading home or head to the nearby Fast Food place on the highway.


It is important that people do not congregate after the event - so there will be no awards ceremony this year. 
We would be pleased to present awards to winning teams at their school, or meeting night if this is convenient.

New Technology

While, we use Navlight Punching to record controls visited and to determine your score - this year we will trial a new service called MapRun.

MapRun is a GPS tracking application that uses a mobile phone to record your track, record the controls visited and then publish the result. After the event, you can use the information recorded to view your results and track - and that of others. This is an ideal way for teachers and leaders to review the capabilities of their teams - to work through what went well and what might need a little more coaching.

More information about MapRun can be found on the VRA's Suburban Adventure Website.

Training Material

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