This free event is a great one to get all the family moving. Run or walk our 6km track.
Missing your City to Surf or Run for a Reason?
Never fear, the annual 6 km Bibra Lake Fun Run is still on!
This community event will be held this year on Sunday 20 September. Kicking off at 8:30am near the nature playground, the run is open to all ages and is free to attend.
Bring the family, and even if you're not running, we will have a DJ, face painters, entertainers and Kids Zumba to get you moving!
Prizes will be on offer for female and male winners in the following categories:
- 5 - 11
- 12 - 16
- 17 - 54
Registrations now open
You will need to register if you would like your time tracked and be eligible to win a prize, however you can still join in the event if you do not register.
For all registrations prior to 12pm Wednesday 16th September
, bibs can be collected at the following times:
- Thursday 17th September 11am to 6pm
- Friday 18th September 11am to 6pm
- Saturday 19th September 11am to 4pm
For registrations AFTER 12pm Wednesday and for bibs not already collected, bibs can be collected from 7:30am on the day. Bib collection for friends is allowed as long as you have their full name that they registered under.
Parking for the event is at the Adventure World Carpark opens in a new window
on the corner of Gwilliam Drive and Progress Drive. Road closures will be in place from 8am on Progress Drive (to the north of Gwilliam Drive) and around onto Hope Road from 8am, due to the event starting on the road. Please DO NOT
park along the roadside verge in this area.
Carparks along Progress Drive between Gwilliam Drive and Hope Road will also be closed to the public.
There will be a water station at the 3km mark on course, however to reduce the use of single use plastic and to adhere to COVID-19 precautions, all participants are encouraged to bring their own water bottles on the day. There will be a bag drop area available to leave bottles and bags during the event.
Please adhere to the following guidelines at the start
to minimise congestionand to be COVID-safe.
Start Line Procedure
: recorded times will be NET TIME not
gun time. Your race will begin when you cross the mat at the start and will finish when you cross the mat at the finish. So don't worry if you are not at the very front.
The start line will be conducted in self-seeded waves as shown below. Participants are asked to be realistic about their abilities to ensure the start line runs run safely.
- Fast runners that can run 6km in 30 mins and under (5mins per km)
- Medium runners that can run 6km between 30-40 mins (5-7 mins per km)
- Slower runners/power walkers can run 6km between 40-55 mins (7-9 mins per km)
- Fast runners that can run 6km in 30 mins and under (over 9 mins per km)