Content for this section is still being developed.
- Kiwi-O Manual 2014 (1.13MB) – Orienteering for Schools. For a minimum preparation, minimum equipment, minimum cost orienteering programme in primary and intermediate schools. (Note: A5 page size)
- International Specification for Orienteering Maps (ISOM)
Orienteering is a worldwide sport. A common approach to the interpretation and drawing of orienteering maps is essential for fair competition and for the future growth of the sport. It is the aim of the International Specification for Orienteering Maps (ISOM) to provide a map specification which can accomodate the many different types of terrain around the world and the many ways of doing orienteering.
- International Specification for Sprint Orienteering Maps (ISSOM)
- IOF Control Descriptions – Orienteering is a worldwide sport. It is the aim of the IOF control description symbols to provide a stable means for orienteers from all countries to be able to understand control descriptions without ambiguity or the need for language translation. This booklet shows how the symbols can be used to do this.
- Youth Orienteering youth.orienteering.org (International Orienteering Federation)
- O in a Box (Schools coaching resource) – (South African Orienteering Federation)
- “Cool, Awesome and Educational” – Online Resource for School Orienteering Ages 6-12(Sweden)
Orienteering for beginners – by Alexander Lines (aged 11) – a short introduction to orienteering.
- SuperSeries and WG/JWOC/Schools Test Trials – entry information
- Orienteering NZ Compass Point e-Newsletter – December 2016
- High Performance News #23 – November 2016
- Selection Notice – ANZ SCHOOLS TEST MATCH 2017
- Selection Notice – JUNIOR WORLD ORIENTEERING CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017
- Invitation to Year 5-8 Orienteers Training Camp 17-22 December 2016
- High Performance News #21 September 2016
- Notice to all NZ orienteers going to Australian Carnival this September 2016
- 2016 Australian Orienteering Champs Carnival Entries Close 28 August 2016
- OrienteeringNZ e-Newsletter – Compass Point – July 2016