SEQ Bulletin – June 2021

Next Event – Buarabarama 6/12hr Rogaine – 26 June

It is only two weeks until our next event! The course setters have been busy hanging flags and can report that those who come along to the Buarabarama rogaine on 26 June are in for a real treat!

Never before explored by rogainers, the area is a mixture of open cattle country, forested areas with complex spur-gully features, lots of rocky watercourses and a beautiful flat Hash House site with flowing creek!

Check out some course-setting photos here:

And if you haven’t entered yet… get in quick!

Entries Open – Cataract River 15/24hr Rogaine – 24-25 July

Join us for the highlight of the SEQ rogaining calendar, the annual 15/24hr event! This year we will duck across the border into NSW to the Boorook area near Tenterfield. The course covers changing landscapes from flowing rivers, waterfalls through tall gorges, open grazing land and rocky outcrops.

As always in rogaining, you can be as competitive or as casual as you like. You decide whether to stay out all night or return to the Hash for a hearty feed and a snooze by the most awesome campfire. Novices are always welcome!

Enter here:

We are seeking volunteers to assist with hanging flags for the event during the first two weeks of July. If you are able to assist, please contact

Recent Results

For a wrap-up of the results from our recent events, see our Facebook page.

See the full results here:

Save the Date – Upcoming Events

There are some exciting events still to come this year in QLD and our nearby states. A few dates to pencil in to your calendar:

Cold Weather Conditions

Rogaining NSW have an excellent blog post on keeping warm while rogaining in cold conditions. Make sure you’re prepared, particularly for those heading south for the Cataract River and Gundabooka 24hr rogaines.

For MTBO news, please visit

Maprun and Night Nav Events

For Maprun and Night Nav events, please visit

We look forward to seeing you at a rogaining event soon!

On behalf of your rogaining committee,
Peter Blyton
QRA Communications

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