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Get down to Albury to be part of Victoria's largest fun run. With all proceeds going towards a great charity, this flat and noncompetitive run has music and entertainment all along the course. Come along for the atmosphere and finisher's medal.

Review summary

4.7
4 Reviews
  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere

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Philip E
"I would like to commend the organisers, volunteers, supporters and participants..."

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Janet B
"I loved this event, well organised with great atmosphere, lots of participants..."

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Mark V
"I enjoyed the race- I think the musical acts along the course were a great way..."
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Distances in this event

  1. 10k Fun Run

    Run 10km
    AUD $5–AUD $40
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    • Early Bird Entry

      AUD $30
      Expired
    • Standard Entry

      AUD $35
      Expired
    • Late Entry

      AUD $40
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    • Junior Entry

      AUD $5
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  2. 7.5km Fun Run

    Run 7.5km
    AUD $5–AUD $35
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    • Early Bird Entry

      AUD $25
      Expired
    • Standard Entry

      AUD $30
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    • Late Entry

      AUD $35
      Expired
    • Junior Entry

      AUD $5
      Expired
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Event details

  • Road
  • 5000 participants

From the organizer

Organizer's website

The Hume Bank City2City is Australias largest regional fun run. The City2City is a high energy event where locals and visitors alike enjoy a fantastic fun run and raise money for a great cause. With 100% of proceeds going to Albury Wodonga Health, music and entertainment along the entire course and drink stations every 2kms there are smiles on everyones faces. Run or walk but make sure you grab a friend, find your team and pick a distance. Be apart of 10,000 legs putting one foot in front of the other for a great cause.

Course Maps
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Course Details

Course Details

In 2019, you have three options to take part in the Hume Bank City2City Run/Walk. You can participate in the:

  • 10km fun run starting at 8.00am
  • 7.5km fun run starting at 8.20am, or
  • Walk & Talk starting at 8.30am
  • All races will start at Queen Elizabeth II Square on Dean Street, Albury City.  The races will incorporate Dean St, Wodonga Place, the Lincoln Causeway, Sumsion Gardens and South and Eligin Streets in Wodonga, finishing at Junction Place. Participants in the 10km course have the added bonus of taking in the scenery at Gateway Island.

    The flat, on-road course provides for a great event for people of all fitness abilities.

    FAQs

    Runners’ and Walkers’ Checklists

    Whether you’re planning on running or walking the Hume Bank City2City, here’s a quick checklist of the things you need to do to ensure it’s a great experience for everyone:

  • Make sure wear your registration bib
  • Wear sunscreen and a hat
  • Follow the directions of marshalls
  • Children under 16 need to be accompanied by an adult at all times
  • Remember that pets or bikes aren’t allowed
  • Additional information for runners

  • Line up at the FRONT of the start line huddle
  • Keep left unless overtaking another runner
  • Stick to your registered 10km or 7.5km course
  • Additional information for walkers

  • Carry a bottle of water (we have drink stations along the course, but if you bring your own it will take some pressure off our volunteers and will ensure we have plenty of water available)
  • Line up at the BACK of the start line huddle
  • Keep left at all times on the course
  • Walkers can choose either 7.5km or 10km distances
  • Water Stations & First Aid

    Water stations will be located every 2km along the course to ensure all runners and walkers are well hydrated throughout this event. See course maps for water station locations or print off the course route PDF for reference.

    St Johns Ambulance Australia will provide first aid assistance and ambulance services for the Hume Bank City2City RunWalk with a First Aid crew posted at the Start Area and the Finish Area as well as a mobile response crew en route.

    Can my kids take bikes, scooters, roller blades/skates or skateboards on the course?

    No, due to a large number of participants expected and to ensure the safety of all City2City participants, bikes, scooters, roller blades/skates or skateboards are not permitted on the course.

    Can I take my dog?

    No, due to a large number of participants expected and to ensure the safety of all City2City participants, dogs and other animals are not permitted on the course.

    Can I run/walk with a pram?

    Yes, you can run/walk the City2City course with a pram – which must be in the control of an adult at all times.

    Is there a bag drop service?

    A free bag drop service will be available to all participants on event day at the Bag Drop marquee at QE2 Square in Albury.

    All participants who wish to utilise this service must detach the bag drop tag from their race bib and attach it to their bag for identification (rubber bands available).

    Please Note: all bags will be transported to the FINISH LINE precinct in Wodonga and will be held at the Bag Collection marquee at Junction Place. Bags will only be available for collection if your bib number matches the bag tag.

    Bag Drop open at QEII Square from 7.00am to 7.45am on event day

    Bag Collection open at Junction Place from 9am to 11am on event day

    Limit of one bag per person

    Please note: the bag drop and collection areas will be supervised at all times, however the organisers take no responsibility for lost or stolen items.

    Is there a prize for the winner?

    We are very excited to offer prize money to our first, second getters in the 2019 Hume Bank City2City.  Good luck everyone!

    Hume Bank City2City reviews (4)

    4.7 out of 5 stars

    • Course
    • Organisation
    • Atmosphere
    • Did the 10k Fun Run in 2019

      Fantastic run.love the city to city and missed last year.think the finish line was heaps better this year with more people hanging around.plenty of drink stations on the way too.maybe could have a longer run 15 or 21km but not that big an issue.well done to all who helped put this event on and to all the volunteers on the day as well.
    • Did the 10k Fun Run in 2019

      I enjoyed the race- I think the musical acts along the course were a great way to motivate me and gave the race a sense of entertainment.
    • Did the 10k Fun Run in 2019

      I loved this event, well organised with great atmosphere, lots of participants at all levelsLots of water stations along the course Suface mainly roads and a few paths, only one real small hill, great finish line, beutiful wodonga junction place, modern rustic setting with food and drinks, great to catch up with friends and family after you run, l only give a 4 star for the course as l prefer more bush tracks than roads
    • Did the 10k Fun Run in 2019

      I would like to commend the organisers, volunteers, supporters and participants who made this an awesome event. There was not one thing related to this event that could be improved upon that would make the event. Although I am not a fan of the concrete path around Sumsion Gardens, did enjoy the surrounds during that phase of the route. Congratulations to you all.

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