Run The Great Whitsunday Trail

Brandy Creek, Whitsunday Area

19 August 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$25 to AU$170

Run The Great Whitsunday Trail takes you on a 28.7 kilometre adventure through the beautiful rainforest of the Conway National Park, starting at Brandy Creek and finishing at the Airlie Beach Lagoon. It is a demanding course with many steep uphill and downhill sections with uneven ground. Also included for the second time is the 57.4 kilometre Ultra which will really test the runners ability. Runners must have competed previous like events and also trained well for this event. Shorter options for kids and Rookies.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
19 August 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $125 - $170 Minimum age 18, for 28.7 kilometre AUD5 to be added for non members of AA affiliated club. Discount available for AURA members.
Family $25 - $35 Rate is per child or adult for either two kilometre or 4.5 kilometre events. Additional AUD5 added for non members of AA affiliated club.

Event Venues


Airlie Beach and the Conway Circuit
Address:
Brandy Creek
Queensland, Australia 4800

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