Trekking to Restore Sight
Explore the magic of Sydney Harbour, hiking 30km or 60km of rugged coastline, spectacular bays, secret bush trails and historic sites. Don't miss out on completing this incredible adventure challenge with your friends while restoring sight.
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Trekking to Restore Sight
Welcome to the twenty-first annual 2019 Sydney to Surfers Robbo's Ride an exciting 7 day, 950 kilometre cycling event dedicated to raising funds for Father Chris Rileys Youth Off The Streets. The ride is coordinated and fully supported by the Rotary Club of Engadine.
Beginning in Sydney on Saturday 4 May 2019, over the next seven days you'll ride 950 kilometres from Sydney to Surfers Paradise. And at the end, you'll feel the satisfaction that is only earned through a significant personal achievement, contribution to others and the camaraderie built through shared experiences.
On Valentines Day weekend, Sunday 17 February 2019, lets put the hilarity in charity with hundreds of other Cupids runners taking to the streets in celebration of their fundraising for the Childrens Tumour Foundation.
The Cupids Undie Run is not about winning or losing, its about FUNDRAISING FOR A CURE!
SO lets celebrate our differences and encourage everyone to #Dare2bare. Whether you run in your undies or wear a crazy costume, you can help us shine a light on Neurofibromatosis (NF) and spread the message that STRIPPED DOWN, WE ARE ALL THE SAME- we are all beautiful, strong and deserving of acceptance.
Run2Cure Neuroblastoma is a set of fun runs organized by the registered charity, Neuroblastoma Australia. It is set in the Domain, one of the most iconic locations in Sydney. Now in its sixth year, the event is the charitys largest fundraising event for research into the aggressive childhood cancer, neuroblastoma.
Families affected by neuroblastoma, friends, running groups, school, and corporate teams, come together to show their support by participating in either the 1K Little Heroes Walk, 1K Junior Dash, the 3km, 5km or 10km runs.
The Blackmores Sydney Running Festival is the sole remaining participant legacy of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. It started in 2001 when the NSW Government approved the continuation of a marathon in Sydney to promote fitness and health for the NSW community and to position Sydney as an international tourist destination.
The Blackmores Sydney Running Festival is run on one of the most spectacular courses in the world, taking in all of the Sydney iconic landmarks and providing all runners with a unique opportunity of crossing the Sydney Harbour Bridge traffic free.
The Sydney Morning Herald Cole Classic will be held on Sunday, February 3, 2019. Experience Sydneys Northern Beaches with our iconic Cole Classic 1km, 2km, and 5km ocean swims celebrating 36 years.
Thousands of swimmers will gather in Manly to take part in one of Australia's largest ocean swims. This iconic event gives participants the opportunity to test their abilities over 1km, 2km, and 5km courses. The event aims to raise much-needed funds for more than 500 charities, including the Dee Why and Manly Surf Life Saving Clubs.
The BBBRun is back on the 3rd March 2019 (Rhodes, NSW)! The BBBRun is comprised of three events: the spectacular 10km run, the 2km wheelchair dash, and a FREE 2km family run.
At the BBBRun, there's something for everyone!
The Kathmandu Neverest Challenge is on again in Sydney from Friday, 12 April to Saturday, 13 April 2019 at the Davidson Trail in Frenchs Forest.
Complete 98 laps solo or as part of a team to cover the 106km distance with 9000 metres of vertical gain. Individuals start on Friday at 6pm, teams can start anytime from 7am Saturday morning. The team challenge is not a relay, team members can walk/run the track concurrently. The Kathmandu Neverest Challenge raises funds for the Australian Himalayan Foundation's work in Nepal.
The Sydney Morning Herald Aquathlon will be held on Saturday, February 2, 2019.
Aquathlon will consist of a Run, Swim, Run course beginning in Dee Why with a 2km run followed by a 500m swim at North Curl Curl and finishing with a 6km run to South Steyne, Manly.
Get excited for 2019's most epic fun run!
The Sydney Morning Herald Sun Run on Saturday, 2 February 2019 is a 7km and 10km fun run and walk from Dee Why to Manly, and is followed by the Cole Classic Ocean Swim the next day.
Come out and enjoy a sunny day filled with friends, family, activity, and entertainment!
Tighten those laces and get ready to make a difference for Gotcha 4 Life Foundation Ltd in Cliffside Fun Run. Whether youre in it for a fun day out, or to achieve a personal best, make every step count by fundraising as part of your run.
The Kuringgai Chase Fun Run and Barry Easy Walk is a community fun run and walk incorporating both a 5km walk/run and a 10km fun run.
All funds raised go to Special Olympics Upper North Shore, an organisation that aims to make a positive impact on the lives of children and adults with intellectual disabilities. The program 1-on-1 support and provides access to 40 venues in 11 sports across the North Shore for over 250 athletes. None of this would be possible without financial support. All proceeds make a difference!