The third annual Brisbane Times City2South presented by Westpac will take place on Sunday 14th June.


Following the success of the event in 2014, which saw more than 5,000 people take part, the shorter 5km fun run will once again be included alongside the established 14km course.


Participants will be treated to impressive riverside scenery on both courses with the 14km route starting at the City Botanic Gardens, heading through Southbank, along Coronation Drive, past the University of Queensland and over Highgate Hill before finishing at Musgrave Park.

The shorter 5km course starts along the Brisbane Corso and is perfect for first time runners and families looking to experience the fun and atmosphere of the City2South.


The event will once again support charities such as Cancer Council Queensland and Beyond Blue. With more than 800 charities to choose from, event organisers are encouraging participants to raise money for a charity close to their heart by setting up their own online fundraising page.




The WAToday Swan River Run presented by Westpac will return to Perth on Sunday, 26th July, following the success of the event in its inaugural year in 2014.


A sister event to the world’s largest run, Sydney’s City2Surf, the WAToday Swan River Run will once again showcase the very best sites of Perth along its 14km course.


The 14km course will start in the heart of the city on St George’s Terrace before taking runners along Riverside Drive, on to Mounts Bay Road and through the iconic Kings Park.



The shorter 5km course will also be returning for the event – perfect for families or first time runners looking to take on a challenge together.


Elite runners, joggers, families and walkers will be joined on course by the usual costumed participants – all enjoying the live music along the route.


The WAToday Swan River Run will once again raise funds for hundreds of charities and participants are encouraged to set up their own fundraising page to raise money for their chosen charity.




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