About Goldseekers

Goldseekers Orienteers Club is based in Orange in the beautiful Central Tablelands area of New South Wales. We run events in forested bushland areas around Orange - usually the first Sunday - in the months of March thru October or November, when it's not so hot.

Early in the year - February/March - we run some simpler style events in the streets and park areas of Orange to let newcomers get an idea of what orienteering is all about.

If you are in our area and want to find out about orienteering come to one of our events. Bring the family - it suits all ages - and we'll show you how to get started.

Check our Events Pages for dates and locations of our events. Click on 'GS Territory' in the menu bar to see the areas where we go orienteering.

We chose the name Goldseekers because in our sport of orienteering we are looking to win 'gold' and also the first payable gold deposits in Australia were discovered at Ophir just outside Orange in around 1850.

We are a friendly bunch of people, a mixture of young and not so young, plenty of families, some are highly competitive while others take a more relaxed approach!

Drop us an email to say hello or follow us on Facebook. We would love to hear from you.


Club Committee

Membership

Goldseekers Orienteers Club and all other orienteering clubs in NSW are affiliated to the Orienteering Association of NSW (ONSW). Thus, membership applications are made to ONSW rather than Goldseekers Orienteers Club.

On becoming a member you will be accepted as such at any NSW club events.

Membership Types

Family, Senior and Junior memberships cover full ONSW membership, a subscription to the national magazine "The Australian Orienteer", ONSW newsletters and event programs and qualification for entry to State and National Championships.

Associate membership includes ONSW newsletters and event programs but not "The Australian Orienteer" or qualification for entry to State and National Championships.

Membership Fees

Family (F): up to 2 seniors living at the same address and any juniors who look to either adult as parent.

Senior (S): 21 years and over during the membership (calendar) year.

Junior (J): under 21 years during the membership (calendar) year.

Associate (A): can apply to families or individuals. Unless you are intending to compete at State League events and have your points count towards 'ONSW Orienteer of the Year' awards the Associate category offers an economical entry to membership.

Family (F) $100, Senior (S) $60, Junior (J) $40, Associate (A) $45

Membership is for the current calendar year, 1-January through to 31-December.

Renewals fall due as at the 1-Jan of the next year.

Membership Procedure

For procedures to register or renew your membership online, by email or post please see the

ONSW Join or Renew page.