- Warburton Up and Running Fun Run23FEB
Warburton Up and Running Fun RunRunning ‧ Warburton13.1 mi • 6.2 mi • 3.1 mi(1)
- Asics Bridges Fun Run5APR
Asics Bridges Fun RunRunning ‧ Perth6.2 mi • 3.1 mi
- Mornington Running Festival20SEP
Mornington Running FestivalRunning ‧ Melbourne13.1 mi • 6.2 mi • 3.1 miAUD $20
- Port Loop Coastal20DEC
Port Loop CoastalRunning ‧ Adelaide26.2 mi • 13.1 mi • 6.2 mi • 3.1 mi
- Seaside Coastal Marathon15NOV
Seaside Coastal Marathon10k ‧ Adelaide26.2 mi • 6.2 mi(2)
- Dubbo Running Festival30AUG
Dubbo Running FestivalRunning ‧ Dubbo26.2 mi • 13.1 mi • 6.2 mi • 3.3 miAUD $25 - AUD $90
- Ned Kelly Chase 100km25OCT
Ned Kelly Chase 100kmRunning ‧ Wangaratta62.1 mi • 31.1 mi • 26.2 mi • 13.1 mi • 6.2 mi
- Masters Athletics WA Mattagarup Run20SEP
Masters Athletics WA Mattagarup RunRunning ‧ Perth6.2 mi • 3.1 mi
- Ross Marathon26APR
Ross MarathonRunning ‧ Ross13.1 mi • 6.2 mi • 3.1 mi
- Brisbane Road Runners Club 10 Mile Championships20SEP
Brisbane Road Runners Club 10 Mile ChampionshipsRunning ‧ Brisbane10.0 mi • 6.2 mi • 3.1 mi
- Paluma Dam Good Trail Run25OCT
Paluma Dam Good Trail Run10k ‧ Paluma12.4 mi • 6.2 mi • 3.7 mi
- Shelley Loop17MAY
Shelley Loop10k ‧ Perth6.2 mi • 1.9 miAUD $5 - AUD $20
- Peninsula Run22MAR
Peninsula RunRunning ‧ Perth6.2 mi • 3.1 mi
- Brisbane Road Runners Club Handicap Races29NOV
Brisbane Road Runners Club Handicap RacesRunning ‧ Brisbane6.2 mi • 3.1 mi
- Glenelg Classic15NOV
Glenelg ClassicRunning ‧ Adelaide6.2 mi • 3.1 mi
- Masters Athletics WA Canning Caper22NOV
Masters Athletics WA Canning Caper10k ‧ Perth6.2 mi • 3.7 mi
- Deepwater Point Fun Run22NOV
Deepwater Point Fun Run10k ‧ Perth6.2 mi • 1.9 mi
- Fremantle Running Festival8NOV
Fremantle Running FestivalRunning ‧ Perth13.1 mi • 6.2 mi • 3.1 mi
- Hobart Run The Bridge23FEB
Hobart Run The BridgeRunning ‧ Hobart6.2 mi • 3.1 mi • 0.6 mi
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About 10k events in the Australia
Still a great challenge for beginners or those who want to build to something bigger, 10k events (or 6.2 miles) are hugely popular with runners of all levels. If you've been running 5ks for a while, there's a good chance that the same event hosts a 10k route too, so you can stretch towards the longer distance when you feel ready. If you enjoy being cheered on by a crowd, large running festivals such as the Brisbane Marathon Festival and Melbourne Marathon also host 10k races.
What are the best 10k events?
The largest event in this category is the Sun Herald City2Surf in Sydney, which last year attracted over 80,000 participants. Taking you from Hyde Park to Bondi Beach, it is technically a 14k event, but we felt it would be a shame to miss it out given its popularity. If you'd prefer to stick to 10k we can recommend these events the Sydney Running Festival, and Gold Coast Marathon, which weave you through some of Australia's most beautiful spots.
How long will it take to run 10k?
The mens and womens world records (for road racing) stand at 26m44s and 29m43s respectively, held by Leonard Patrick Komon and Joyciline Jepkosgei (who also holds the record for the women's half marathon). For the average runner, these would be considered as fast for a 5k let alone a 10k. A respectable 10k time for your regular casual runner would be anything around the hour mark. However, if you're new to running, allow yourself a little longer and set your goals based on the results of your training.
How do you train for a 10k race?
To get in the best possible shape for your race, try following our 6 week training plan. Set your training goals to your current fitness and running experience. Challenge yourself, but don't go too hard in training, build up slowly to minimise the risk of injury before or during the race. Want to push yourself further? Check out our half marathon and marathon event calendars.