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Do A Trek To Remember

Run 23km

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Grab some pals and head to the mountains for this endurance trail trek. Great for all trekkers who love a bit of a challenge with your comrades. Come along for the stunning sights and post-race BBQ.

How to enter the Do A Trek To Remember

  1. Do A Trek

    Run 23km
    AUD $90–AUD $540
    Event passed

Do A Trek To Remember route

Mt Nebo to Enoggera Reservoir The Gap

Setting off from Enoggera Reservoir (Waterworks Road just before the BCC Park& Ride), registration opens at 0600 closes at 1030, please arrive half hour prior to your selected bus departure time.Please make sure you keep an eye out for the parking signs , our traffic controllers will direct you where to park yours cars, there are limited spots so carpooling is recommended, you can leave your cars in the carpark whilst you are trekking.

At Mt.Nebo the start point there will be a welcome address to all trekkers and guests, where you will commence your walk.

You will then take your first steps in the D’Aguilar National Park and follow the well-defined route with your friends up and over some of the aspects of this trek finishing back at Enoggera Reservoir for a light BBQ meal and a cold drink.

Section is approximately 23 kilometers, with a beautiful rainforest walk at the start – allow up to 5.0 -7.0 hours to complete 23 kilometers.

Commence at Mt Nebo and start stretching your legs over the trail and work as a team over this aspect of the event – remember to pace yourself. Enjoy some R&R at the finish line. Please remember there will be support vehicles and medics around you, so if you need assistance please stay where you are as a group and the support cars/motorbikes will not be far away.

There are 3 drink stations along the route, so you will only need to start with 1.5-2.0 litres of water . There will also be highly qualified medics at these drinks stations if you need assistance.

Event Details

What’s Included

There are 3 drink stations along the route, so you will only need to start with 1.5-2.0 litres of water . We will also have highly qualified medics at these drinks stations if you need assistance.

Raceday Logistics

Race Day 

  • Registration opens at 0600 at Enoggera Reservoir, The Gap in Brisbane
  • Park your car (carpooling is suggested as there are limited spots) please board buses for Mt. Nebo at your selected time between 6:00am-10:30am
  • There are complimentary BBQ’s and fruit and a small trek brief at Mt. Nebo
  • The trek begins which should take between 5-7 hours to complete
  • Busses

  • There are bus departures every half hour from Enoggera Reservoir from 6:00am-10:30am
  • Race Location: 

  • From Brisbane – Head on to Waterworks Rd and continue to travel straight for 25km after it merges into Mt Nebo Road.
  • This trip should be approximately 40min form the heart of Brisbane’s CBD. From Brisbane – Head on to Waterworks Rd and continue to travel straight for 25km after it merges into Mt Nebo Road.

    Kit List

    FOOTWEAR – proven and trialled hiking shoe or



    • SOCKS – include spares

    • GATORS – lightweight keep gear out of boots/shoes

    • NICKS /SKINS/TIGHTS – prevent chafing, support

    recovery and performance.

    • CLOTHING – consider all weather conditions -

    ensure you have clothing suitable for windy raining,

    hot and cold conditions.

    • LIGHTWEIGHT GLOVES – Keep the hands warm

    • HATS – baseball cap, lightweight beanie, broadbrimmed lightweight hat – personal preference

    • BUFF – Multi use – sun protection, dust protection,

    neck protection, sweat, etc.


    • HIKING POLES – personal preference

    • SMALL CAMELPAK TO CARRY GEAR – lightweight,

    durable, tested and trialled

    • HYDRATION – Camelpak or water bottle.

    • SNACKS – food packs specially designed,

    lightweight, individual food packs.

    • PERSONAL MED KIT – lightweight – covers

    personal medications, band aids, tape, chafing,

    Insect repellent, sunscreen, hand gel, painkillers,

    etc. – Please note trek medics and first aid tents are

    also available.

    • COMMUNICATIONS – mobile phone (fully charged)



    Spectators are welcome at the start and the finish but there are not obvious spectating points that are easily accessible on the route due to the nature of the walk


    Volunteers are encouraged to complete the contact form on the doatrek website



  • $90.00 per person
  • Teams:

  • minimum 4 persons per team
  • maximum 6 persons per team
  • Inclusions: 

  • Free bus from The Gap to Mt.Nebo
  • Parking at THE GAP available
  • Light BBQ meals at Mt.Nebo and the finish line
  • Medical team
  • three drink stations
  • Support vehicles
  • Official entry bib.
  • The Rules Of Engagement!

    To participate in The DO A TREK to Remember Challenge, there are rules that must be followed:

  • All team members must be aged 18 or above unless approved by the organiser in advance in writing and will only be so approved where a parent or guardian has signed the appropriate form(s). The minimum age for students participating in the event is 16 years of age and must be accompanied by an adult for the entirety of the course or where multiple adults are involved. Where necessary Adults accompanying, minors must be Blue Card certified.
  • At the start of the event, any team(s) must have a minimum of four members with a maximum of six members.
  • Teams must register and check in during their allocated check-in period. Check-in times will be on Sunday morning at the following time slot: 0600-1030. DO A TREK to Remember Challenge buses depart every half hour from 0600 to 1030, we cannot wait for anyone.
  • There one three drink stations and checkpoints throughout the course excluding the start and finish points. All trek participants must remain together in their teams between checkpoints. All participants must check in and check out as a group at each checkpoint. Checkpoint staff will not check in or check out a team until all members are accounted for.
  • Do not drop litter on the ground. Please respect the environment and carry out all your rubbish or discard at any bins provided. (This includes cigarette butts. Do not leave butts in tall grass or other flammable materials.) Anyone observed littering will be removed immediately from the event.
  • Under no circumstances are any participants to be left unattended. If a participant is seriously injured and cannot be moved, one person must remain with them while another participant alerts the accompanying medical personnel, EEE event Medics should be no further than 1000 metres away.
  • If you want to withdraw during the event, you must first report to the EEE Leader or Trek Group Medic who will sign you out at the next checkpoint and assign you to a transport vehicle until that checkpoint is reached, at which time you will have your entry bibcode recorded as having left the event. You will not be permitted to leave the Checkpoint until your support crew has also signed you out.
  • If you do not notify event organisers of your intention to leave a checkpoint prior to doing so, this will result in an emergency services response. This can waste valuable resources, which may be required elsewhere and for which you may be held financially accountable for.
  • Identification (e.g. Bibs) must be worn always during the event.
  • A team must notify the DO A TREK to Remember Challenge organisers of any change of team members via email. No substitutions will be allowed once the event starts. Any team found to be substituted without prior notification or during the event will be withdrawn.
  • If in the opinion of medical personnel, a team member is unable to continue for medical reasons, then the organisers reserve the right to remove that member from the event.
  • Each team captain must attend one information night prior to the event. All team members are welcome to attend as well.
  • All participants must read the Trekkers Handbook and be fully prepared on the morning of the event to commence the trek with all equipment and provisions.
  • Questions & answers

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      Kerry O
      How and when do I send collected donations?


      Steph E
      Hi There, In the confirmation email there is a link to start up the fund raising pages. Once set up it shows how to process payments and tips. All the best!

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    Meet the organizer

    Elite Executive Events is a team of professionals founded by former senior executives from Tourism & Adventure companies and past members of the Australian Army. With backgrounds Hotels/Resorts and Airlines as well as, Health and Fitness, Medical Corps and Learning & Development we are committed to assisting people in becoming significantly more effective in their personal and professional lives. At Elite Executive Events we aim to offer you the experience of a lifetime, working together to deliver our three areas of service: adventure experiences; fitness offerings; and leadership/team development programs. Elite Executive Events deliver fundraising events as a full event service offering to charities, allowing the charities to do what they do best and focus on their wonderful causes and benefits to their customers, while also enabling the charity branding to dominate.

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