Mainland event profiles
Compass Club – Lambert Centre Marathon
This event is one of five events hosted by Elements Running. This being the central addition sees athletes run to the Lambert Centre which is the geographical centre of Australia. Access to the Lambert Centre is via Finke road beginning at Kulgera Road House which...
Brisbane Marathon Festival
The first 2km involves a double-back on Grey St before slowly ascending up Vulture St towards Kangaroo Point Cliffs. The first ‘hard part’ of the race is worth it, if the hill didn’t take your breath away, the view certainly will!
Great Ocean Road Running Festival
The Great Ocean Road Running Festival claims to be ‘Australia’s most stunning running event’ and I was excited and nervous to finally run the marathon (well slightly more, at 44km!) on the 16th May 2021…
Elements Running – Compass Club North
This marathon is incredible and offers a variety of challenges. Don’t let the heat put you off, as it really is a unique opportunity to explore the magnificent Cape York Peninsula.
Orange Running Festival
Orange is a rural town in NSW 60km beyond Bathurst. Driving time from Sydney is approximately a 3:30hr scenic drive…
City to Surf
The 14km course winds out of Hyde park and down into Kings Cross, Vaucluse, Rose Bay and up Heart Break Hill…
Adelaide Marathon Running Festival
All events finish within the Adelaide Oval. Athletes run around the back of the stadium and enter the oval
Goodlife Rottnest Running Festival
Rottnest Island is located off the West Australian Coast 30 minutes ferry ride from Fremantle…
Blackmores Sydney Running Festival
The Blackmores Sydney Running Festival is held annually each September….
Bridge to Brisbane
…includes a comprehensive tour of the city and its surrounds ensuring that the 30,000+ strong event is up there with the best
Kangaroo Island Marathon…hop to it!
If you’re after a ‘boutique’ marathon running experience that takes in spectacular scenery…
Wangaratta is a smaller township to the East of Melbourne approximately 2 hrs 40 minutes by car on the Hume…