The Sunday Mail Suncorp Bank Bridge to Brisbane Day is Queensland's largest fun run. It starts at the Sir Leo Hielscher Bridge in Murarrie and follows the Brisbane River to the Brisbane Showgrounds in Bowen Hills.


Take on the 5.1 degree incline of the bridge in the 10km event or snake around river to the Showgrounds in the 5km.


The iconic Bridge to Brisbane Fun Run is now turning into a whole day event. Tackle the run in the morning and once you’ve finished, relax with family and friends in the ‘Finish Village’. With plenty of entertainment, a dedicated kids space and food vendors galore, you can set aside the rest of the day for celebrating.

Bridge to Brisbane Day is big on playing dress-ups with each year attracting more imaginative costumes than the last. There are prizes for both the best dressed individual and the best dressed team.


So don your tutus, slip on your novelty animal onesies, jump into your secret super hero uniform and join the tens of thousands of other revellers to pound the pavement for what is set to be another great day out in Brisbane!




October 14th -18th will see the streets of North Adelaide filled with 1300 duathletes battling it out for the prestigious right to call themselves a World Champion!


The ITU Duathlon World Championships will be the largest duathlon in the Southern Hemisphere.


The course will have the city of Adelaide as its backdrop, with scenic views over the River Torrens, the iconic Adelaide Oval and the picturesque Adelaide Hills – home to some of the finest wines in the world! The finish is at Elder Park.


There’s something for everyone at this event – Elite and U23 men’s, women’s and mixed teams races; junior men’s and women’s races; Paraduathlon; Age-group sprint and standard distance races.


You are invited to compete alongside the world’s best in the ‘Run the World’ 5km Fun Run over the World Champs course. Simply go to the website to register and be part of the action!

Official Event Ambassador, ITU Hall of Famer and World Triathlon Champion, Emma Carney returns to Adelaide for the event.


Asked about the Adelaide course, she said “the course is challenging.

I believe you will need to have good bike skills. The runs are more challenging than they look too. The design of the course provides some great viewing points, so it should be a great spectacle.”




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