McDonalds Townsville Running Festival

North Ward, Townsville Area

5 August 2018 - 

In a setting that sees the sunrise over Magnetic Island, the majestic coral sea, the sunset behind the iconic granite of Castle hill, they have picture perfect prime real estate to bring you a Running Festival that stands like no other.

The Townsville Marathon was started by a group of hardcore enthusiasts in 1972, who founded the “Townsville Marathon Club”. The name was a little exclusive and elitist so they toned it down somewhat to become “The Townsville Road Runners” which we all know and love today.

In 1999, Townsville Road Runners aimed to raise the profile of running in the region by stepping into the unknown and hosting one of the countries first Running Festivals. The event has evolved into the premier and largest regional marathon in the state today. It is a regional event, with its own vibe, feel and unique welcoming allure, yet the certified racecourses, new race HQ at Jezzine Barracks and professionalism of the event coordinators bring a product on par, if not raising the bar, for major national events and a definite appeal for “race-chasers” and race hardened running purists alike.

They are not just a run. They are an experience.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
5 August 2018

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Kiosk
  • Non Smoking Establishment

Event Venues


Jezzine Barracks
Address:
19 Isley Street
North Ward
Queensland, Australia 4810

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

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