SI Air+ information

We’ve added some details about SportIdent Air+ contactless punching and how it will be used at the Nationals. Hopefully this helps answer some of your questions!

SportIdent Active Card

The basics:

  • SI Air+ is enabled for all events except the sprint, where it is only enabled for the elite M/W21E and M/W20 classes.
  • If you don’t have a SportIdent Active Card (SIAC) and enter the M/W21E or M/W20 sprint class, we will loan you one at no cost.
  • This is to ensure fairness, so all orienteers in your sprint class will be punching the same way as you.
  • You can enter the Nationals with a SIAC or a normal SI card, just enter your SI number on the entries page as usual.
  • If you don’t have an SI card, you can arrange to hire one during the entry process.

Entries are open

Entries are now open and close at midnight Friday, 27 March. Don’t leave it too late!

Orienteers set off into the forest

Discounts for volunteers

Orienteering Wellington invites members from Orienteering Wellington, Orienteering Hutt Valley and Red Kiwis to help out with start procedures, assisting at registration, car parking, collecting controls, and more. In return for your hard work, we can offer you a discount on your registration.

If you are happy to help—even if for only part of the weekend—then email us and we will send you a discount code for your entry. Thanks!


Orienteering Wellington invites you to the Manawatū for the Orienteering New Zealand National Championships at Easter 2020. 

2020’s events will offer world-class orienteering in the coastal dunes and pine forests of the Manawatū and northern Horowhenua, and a sprint event around an intriguing new area in Palmerston North. 

Check out the event information to find out more.

Club President Sarah O'Sullivan in action

“We’re delighted to host New Zealand’s premiere orienteering event in 2020. While there will be a competitive spirit, there will be courses for all ages and stages. Nationals 2020 is for everybody. Our emphasis is on having fun in the forest on some awesome courses.”

Club President Sarah O’Sullivan