This amazing marathon course starts on the outskirts of Bendigo, and follows the historic O'Keefe Rail Trail to Heathcote. Passing the banks of the Campaspe River, Lake Eppalock, and the small towns of Axedale and Knowsley before reaching its final destination in the heart of Heathcote.
Half Marathons in Victoria
The 7th annual Run Forrest 10km & 21km & 6km Trail Run offers runners the most picturesque trails in Australia.
Once again the 2019 Run Forrest will include the very popular 6km Kids Run circuit.
Staged in the hinterland township of Forrest, nestled in the heart of the Otway Ranges, Run Forrest will showcase the regions world-class trails and breathtaking natural beauty undulating hills, flowing rivers, dense fern gullies and the cool, fresh air of the Otway Ranges.
So get training!!
WHERE ADVENTURE BEGINS
Run the Rock is 5 to 22 kilometres of breathtaking scenery, gritty trails, undulating country roads and a venture into the new.
A stone throw from the CBD, the Flemington Racecourse offers the perfect venue for a half marathon. With the choice of a 5K or 10K course youll be certain to keep yourself on your toes. All topped off with the infamous Flemmington rose gardens this will be unlike anywhere youve run before - and all for a good cause.
Join thousands of runners from around the country and be a part of the iconic Canberra Times Australian Running Festival presented by Tata Consultancy Services in 2019!
We invite people of all ages and abilities to rise to the challenge and choose from a range of courses over the weekend. Enter as an individual or team in the Kids Dash, 5km, 10km, Half Marathon, Marathon or Ultra Marathon and experience the nations capital in a way like no other.
It's on again! Enter The Geelong Half Marathon now and make your mark. Enjoy a wonderful, scenic course along the banks of the beautiful Barwon River in Geelong. With a great community atmosphere, easy parking and minimal queues, this has to be the best-value run around.
In 2018, we celebrate the 24th Maroondah Dam trail run and continue to support CanTeen.
All Trailsplus events donate $1 of each participant's race entry fee to CanTeen, the Australian organisation for Young people Living with cancer.
Wilsons Promontory National Park offers brilliant opportunities for those of all standards. The Darby River trail is a fantastic intro into trail-running while the awesome scenery gives those more experienced runners the type of trail they crave. And only 3 hours from Melbourne its easily accessible.
Welcome to the Princes Park Urban Trail run. This race is the 2nd of the Urban Trail Series events. Come and run the 6hr, 12hr or 24hr on Saturday, or sign up for a distance event on Sunday.
Join us for one of Saturdays time-based events.
6hr, 12hr, and 24hr.
Join us for one of Sundays distance events.
2.5km - 5km - 10km - 21.1km - 42.2km - 50km - 100km
The Surf Coast Trail Marathon is conducted on the Surf Coast Walk, starting in Torquay and finishing in Fairhaven, Victoria on Saturday, 30 June 2018.
Participants can enter a marathon or half marathon distance as individuals, or in relay teams of 2 for the marathon.
From iconic Bells Beach (yes you run a short stretch of this hallowed turf) to the cliff tops of Point Addis and Anglesea and on to Split Point lighthouse at Airyes Inlet, this course deserves to be renewed for the sheer experience of journeying through a unique natural environment. We invite you all to experience trail running from the surf beaches to rainforest of the Otways.
EXPERIENCE MELBOURNE AT ITS BEST
The 12th year of Run Melbourne will once again fill the streets with more than 20,000 people running past some of Melbournes famous landmarks Flinders Street Station, MCG, the Shrine and the Yarra River.
In 2019, we will deliver the best running event in Melbourne with specially designed courses, a unique perspective of the city and the chance to discover one of the most liveable cities in the world on foot.
With cheer zones, more training support, fundraising resources and true to our core, a race day experience youll never forget.
Lets Run Melbourne together next July.