Supported By the PPF and the Irish Sports Council.
Waterford Sports Partnership, Ireland.
Waterford Sports Partnership - 'Everyone Active'

Friday, July 7, 2017

New Permanent Orienteering Course at Kilbarry Nature Park.

Following the launch of the new permanent Orienteering Course at Kilbarry Nature  Park, Waterford Sports Partnership, Waterford City and County Council  and Waterford Orienteering Club (Wato) are delighted to announce that four maps are now available to download FREE here...

The orienteering course is open to all - families, individuals, clubs, uniformed groups and schools.

To tackle your chosen distance:
1. Download the map for your chosen distance (as well as the answer sheet for checking at the end);
2. Find the controls in the order shown on the map;
3. Complete the numbered code of the marker post in the corresponding box;
4. At the end of the Course, check your answers are correct
(by referring to the answer sheet);
5. Good luck and enjoy!


To organise a specific event please contact: Brian O’Neill on 0761 10 2583 or email

For further information on Orienteering in the South East please visit Waterford Orienteering (Wato or schools orienteering on or follow @watoclub on Twitter

Please note that Orienteering is an adventure sport that involves crossing rough and uneven terrain, tracks and paths. Please wear appropriate footwear. Waterford City & County Council and Wato do not accept responsibility for any injuries.

Civic Offices, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford.  Tel: 058 21190
Regional Sports Centre, Cork Road, Waterford.  Tel: 051 849855
Website By : Déise Design

Registered in Ireland - CRO Number: 378713
Registered Office - Civic Offices, Dungarvan, County Waterford