LOST is the premier orienteering club in Western Australia! Club members generally live in the western suburbs or inner city areas of Perth but we welcome members from all locations across Perth. You’ll find LOST members are never really lost, quite the contrary, they are often found in the control circle. No matter if it is urban event, in the bush or on a mountain bike, if it involves a map we are there!
Our members are active in Orienteering; setting, controlling and organising events as well as participating in the full range of orienteering formats. LOST members stay in touch with each other via regular social events, a Facebook group, a club group email list and a column in the O Xpress (the OWA newsletter). Event and club socials are advertised across all these media.
Keep an eye out for the LOST club flag at events as we usually meet under the flag to chat after the run or for a picnic lunch in the bush. Club Shirts are available with options for both orienteering shirts and for apres-O relaxing, just ask the club convenors and they can advise costs, options and who currently holds stock if you would like to purchase a club shirt.
|Moreen Cox||The Convenor runs the show. Got any questions about the club or orienteering? Just ask!|
|Rosemary Kullmann||As the Social Convenor she is the beating heart, keeping LOST people fed and watered with a full year of fun social engagements.|
|Noel Schoknecht||Technical Rep and Mapping Convenor for OWA. Got a question on a map, area or need help if you’re setting an event to produce the map? Noel is your man|
|Jan Fletcher||LOST coaching guru. Need a mentor, some guidance or some help to improve? Jan can point you in the right direction. LOST has many experienced orienteers who are happy to assist people learn and improve their skills.|
Upcoming LOST Events for 2020
With the 2020 Season up in the air at the moment, there's no roster to show for now.
However, as soon as we can get out and running again we'll be looking for volunteers to we can make up for LOST time.
Event organisers and setters appreciate all offers of help so please feel free to contact them to offer your help to assist with setting, for towing duties and on the day roles like instruction and control collection for your prefered event or let one of the LOST committee know your interest and availability. If you are interested in learning how the MEOS event entry system works, Rosalie McCauley would love to hear from you.