MTBO 2 - Marrinup/Dwellingup

Sunday, 16 May 2021


Enjoy a morning riding through one of the most beautiful parts of the state! The Marrinup/Dwellingup MTBO event is in score format; you will have 4 hours to visit as many controls as you like on WA's largest orienteering map.

From the Visitor Centre in Dwellingup, you can either go out for the full 4 hours, or come back for a recharge and enjoy the cafe!
There will be lots of controls within a 3 km radius of the start, so the event is well suited to beginners, families, and even runners. E-bikes welcome! Want to do a bit of trail running? Runners are also welcome!

No bike, no problem! You can hire a mountain bike or e-bike right from the start location for $35 (bookings at

Mass start at 9 am, and everybody should be back 4 hours later (or earlier) by 1 pm.

Pre-entry is encouraged, but on the day entry is possible (before 8:30 am, otherwise after the 9 am mass start).
Newcomers get a free entry for the next event!

A limited number of map boards is available on loan, make sure you arrive early so you have time to affix it to your bike.

The cafe is open 8 am - 5 pm, and the Visitor Centre from 9 am - 4 pm.

Pre-entry via Eventor is be available and preferred for this event: entries close at 11:59 am on Saturday 15th May. However, EOD (enter on the day) will be accepted.

Classes: Mountain bike, e-Bike, runner.
On the day registration: 07:45 - 08:30 am (later entries will be processed after the mass start at 9 am)
Start times: mass start at 9 am.
Courses close: 1pm sharp. Please return to the assembly area by 1pm even if you have not completed your course. Point penalties apply for late returns.

Remember to bring:
• Water bottle or camelbak, helmet.
• SI stick, if you have one or you can borrow one at the event.
Facilities at the event: toilets, showers, and cafe.

Getting to the event: Eventor has directions to the event.

More information: the OWA website has information about MTBO events.

OWA Sponsors

Australian Sports Commission
Department of Local Government,Sport and Cultural Industries