During the Coronavirus pandemic we are committed to keep the calendar up to date, however we strongly advise that you check with the organizers before deciding to participate in a running event, to make sure it is not postponed or cancelled.


Jul

26

2020

Rooty Hill, New South Wales (Australia) - "Westlink M7 Blacktown Running Festival". The Westlink M7 Blacktown Running Festival will be held on Sunday 26th July at the Blacktown International Sports park. This year's Blacktown Running Festival marks our 15th year partnership with Westlink M7. There is a race for everyone from professional athletes to families, and kids just having a go! The traffic free marathon circuit makes it one the world's most unique. The Marathon, Half Marathon, 10 km and 5 km events will be run on the Westlink M7 Shared Pathway and IAAF/AIMS Certified Accurate and member of AIMS (Association of International Marathons and Distance Races). For further information on the course and costs, please visit the website. www.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/runningfestival

Jun

26

2021

Torquay, Victoria (Australia) - "Australian Wildlife Marathon". Your Australian Wildlife Marathon tour will take place from June 24 to July 2, 2021 with the marathon and additional runs kicking off Saturday, June 26th. This is a week long package that includes accommodations, meals, sightseeing, along with the race. Set along the Great Ocean Road along Australia's surf cost, the Wildlife Marathon is one of the most amazing runs that Australia has to offer. Combining the majesty of the Australian Coast, you alone get to experience it all away from the crowds. www.australianwildlifemarathon.com

Jul

31

2021

Ayers Rock, Northern Territory (Australia) - "Australian Outback Marathon". Enjoyed by both professional runners, club runners, casual runners and beginners, there are events for all running levels including the full marathon, half marathon, 11km and 6km fun runs. In addition to its beauty, the course is relatively flat, with only a couple inclines and sand dunes. Most of the course is on unsealed roads, bush tracks and soft-sand trails, with a few small sand dunes and plenty of Australia's famed Red Earth thrown in for good measure. Although this race is popular with local runners, for most, it is a once in a lifetime experience. It is not every day marathoners get to take in the stunning views of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) as the kilometres tick by. www.australianoutbackmarathon.com



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