Mud Run Emerald

Emerald, Central Highlands Area

17 March 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$20 to AU$60

Tickled Pink CQ Inc is proud to host the fourth Mud Run Emerald event.

Mud Run Emerald is the major fundraiser for local Central Highlands regional cancer support groups. Have fun with their five kilometre mud run with obstacles to suit all abilities.

Located in Emerald, the event is held to raise vital funds for local cancer support group services in and around the Central Highlands region. Mud Run Emerald is located on 80 acres with a five kilometre challenge to suit all fitness levels. There are over 20 obstacles, mud pits, dams, climbing walls, tyres and much more. Spectators are able to come and view some of the action from the big screen which shows real time experiences from the track in the comfort of their entertainment area.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
17 March 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $60 - $60 Individual Adult - Ages 18 to 100 as of 17/3/2018 Team registration also available
Child $20 - $45 Individual Youth 5K (13-17 years) - AUD45.00 Individual Junior 5K (5-12 years) - AUD30.00 Mini Mudder 1K - (5-12 years) - AUD20.00
Concession $35 - $35

Event Venues


Emerald Mud Run
Address:
Lot 1 Talafa Road
Emerald
Queensland, Australia 4720

Lot 1 Talafa Road
Emerald,
Queensland
Australia

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