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Welcome to Orange!

We’re coming back to beautiful Orange for the 4th annual Triathlon Festival on the 4th February 2017.

Orange is fast becoming the weekend destination of choice for those looking for a country escape with a touch of class. Set amongst the vineyards and orchards of Orange, stunning Lake Canobolas and its parklands have until recently been a well kept secret.

It’s under 3 hours from Sydney so you can head up on Friday afternoon, race on Saturday, then discover some of the award winning wineries on Saturday night or on Sunday before heading home.

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ORANGE TRIATHLON FESTIVAL 2016 EVENT SCHEDULE
Timetable subject to change without notice
FRIDAY TBA 2016
TIME EVENT LOCATION
4.45pm Registration opens – Splash Dash Splash Registration Marquee – Lake Canobolas
5.45pm Registration closes – Splash Dash Splash Registration Marquee – Lake Canobolas
6.00pm RACE START – SPLASH DASH SPLASH Lake Canobolas
6.00pm Optional Early Registration opens Hotel Canobolas, 248 Summer Street, Orange
7.30pm Optional Early Registration closes Hotel Canobolas, 248 Summer Street, Orange
SATURDAY TBA 2016
TIME EVENT LOCATION
5.30am Registration/Transition opens – Olympic Distance Triathlon Registration Marquee, Lake Canobolas
6.20am Registration/Transition closes – Olympic Distance Triathlon Registration Marquee, Lake Canobolas
6.30am Race Briefing – Olympic Distance Triathlon Transition area, Lake Canobolas
7.00am RACE START – OLYMPIC DISTANCE TRIATHLON Start Line, Lake Canobolas
8.00am Health & Lifestyle Expo Registration area, Lake Canobolas
8.30am Registration/Transition opens – Sprint Triathlon Registration Marquee, Lake Canobolas
9.20am Registration/Transition closes – Sprint Triathlon Registration Marquee, Lake Canobolas
9.30am Race Briefing – Sprint Triathlon Transition area, Lake Canobolas
10.00am RACE START – SPRINT TRIATHLON Start Line, Lake Canobolas
10.30am Registration/Transition opens – Enticer Triathlon Registration Marquee, Lake Canobolas
11.20am Registration/Transition closes – Enticer Triathlon Registration Marquee, Lake Canobolas
11.30am Race Briefing – Enticer Triathlon Transition Area, Lake Canobolas
11.40am Registration/Transition opens – MINIMAN Registration Marquee, Lake Canobolas
12.00pm RACE START – ENTICER TRIATHLON Start Line, Lake Canobolas
12.40pm Registration/Transition closes – MINIMAN Registration Marquee,,- Lake Canobolas
12.40pm Registration opens – Fun Runs Registration Marquee, Lake Canobolas
12.50pm Race Briefing – MINIMAN Transition area, Lake Canobolas
1.00pm RACE START – MINIMAN TRIATHLON Ages 10-11 Start Line, Lake Canobolas
1.30pm RACE START – MINIMAN TRIATHLON Ages 7-9 Start Line, Lake Canobolas
1.40pm Registration closes – Fun Runs Registration Marquee, Lake Canobolas
1.50pm Race Briefing – Fun Runs Start Line, Lake Canobolas Reserve
2.00pm RACE START 2.5KM FUN RUN Start Line, Lake Canobolas Reserve
2.15pm RACE START 5KM FUN RUN Start Line, Lake Canobolas Reserve
3.00pm Health & Lifestyle Expo closes Registration area, Lake Canobolas
5.30pm Presentation – Olympic Distance, Sprint, & Enticer Triathlons Hotel Canobolas, 248 Summer Street, Orange

Road Closures

On Saturday TBA 2016 from 6:30am to approx 1:00pm, traffic on Lake Canobolas Rd between the Lake Canobolas Reserve Access Rd and Mountain Tea House turn off (Mt Canobolas Rd) will be closed. Residents, emergency and official vehicles will be exempt, with traffic controllers notifying motorists of cyclists ahead and stopping traffic when cyclists turning or when it is temporarily unsafe to proceed.

Alternate access to Mount Canobolas via Canobolas Rd and Pinnacle Road is recommended.

There will be changes to the entrance into the Lake with traffic diverted behind the Rural Fire Brigade Building. The general public will still have access across to other side of the lake via the RFS access point.