13 August 2023    
start 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Event Type


Nail Can
Davies Street, Albury
Lat/long: -36.052676,146.902202
Get directions: OpenStreetMap - Google - Apple


Nail Can Hill, Albury, is the venue for our last Interclub in the 2023 series, Interclub #6.

Note that there will be a short presentation and a light lunch provided (BBQ sausages and/or soup – TBD) at the conclusion of this event!

About Interclubs
Interclub events are our annual competition with WaggaRoos. As with all our events, they’re open to everyone and cater to all abilities. Points are awarded to each competitor for starting, completing a course and gaining a podium finish. The points are tallied at the end of the year and the club with the most points wins the North East South West Interstate Challenge Cup (and who wouldn’t want to win something with a name like that!).


Located within Albury, Nail Can Hill was mined for gold in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.  Some relics of its gold mining history remain, spread amongst the gullies and patches of rock that feature on this map.


# Name Length Description
1 Long Hard 4.9 km challenging navigation and control locations
2 Short Hard 3.7 km challenging navigation and control locations, but shorter and less physically demanding than Long Hard
3 Moderate 2.7 km easier navigation with options of using linear features (tracks, paths, fences, watercourses, etc.) or short-cutting cross-country, medium distance and generally not too physically demanding
4 Easy 1.5 km easy navigation following obvious features, shorter distance and not physically demanding

Note: Course distances are direct – you will travel 10% to 50% further depending on route choice and navigation errors.


  • Members – $8 adults, $3 juniors (20 and under), $16 maximum per family
  • Non-members – $12 adults, $4 juniors (20 and under), $24 maximum per family

Payment via Square (credit card, Apple Pay, Google Pay, etc.) or cash at the event or EFT prior to the event
AWOC bank details: BSB 640000, account # 111106820


Enter on the day (i.e. just turn up and enter)

Note: If you are not a regular at AWOC events then it’s best to email the event organiser to let them know you’re coming and what course you’re wanting to do, thus ensuring enough maps available.

Course setter and Event organiser

Tony Perrott