Find fun runs and running events in Melbourne, Geelong and around Victoria. Whether you're looking for a 5k fun run or a 10k road race, a long distance running challenge like a 21k half marathon or 42.2km marathon, or a trail run in Melbourne, you'll find a list of them here.
Results 1 - 10 of 35 for running events in VIC
10km & 5.3km
The Rosebud Australia Day Fun Run is a 10k run or 5.3k run/walk organised by volunteers from local community groups.
21.8k, 10.5k and 4k
The Flying Brick Bellarine Sunset Run is a 21.8k, 10.5k or 4k fun run along scenic trails of Victoria's Bellarine Peninsula.
4km and 8km
Experience a summer of fun and fitness at Sole Motive’s Sunset Series, held at three of Melbourne’s favourite places - Melbourne Zoo, Princes Park and The Tan.
5k or 10k and featuring the 1k Wine Walk
The Grapest 5k Run...sip happens. Run 5k or 10k off road (featuring the 1km wine walk) through some of the most scenic and stunning Vineyards in Australia and New Zealand, with this round in the goldfield town of Bendigo.
Cupid’s Undie Run is back in Sydney, Melbourne and Gold Coast for another year! Help us support the Children’s Tumour Foundation and raise 180,000 dollars for NF research.
5km & 10km
Run for Hope - Melbourne is a 5km run/walk and 10km run around the Maribyrnong River starting and finishing in Coulson Gardens. 100% of the entry fee will go to two great charities; Pink Hope, a charity for women and families with an increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer, and beyondblue - providing information and support to help everyone achieve their best possible mental health.
5km & 10km
Whether you walk, run or just have fun, the Muscular Dystrophy Australia Run For Strength Fun Run is all about getting together with friends, family and your pooches and having a great day full of laughter, good times whilst supporting a great cause!
8k & 4k
This round of the Sunset Series takes place at Princes Park, with the other two rounds in the series held at Melbourne Zoo and The Tan.
21.1km or 43km or 10km
The Roller Coaster Run starts and finishes at the scenic SkyHigh atop Mount Dandenong. Runners travel along a loop through the Dandenong Ranges National Park for the 21.1km option, and two loops for 43km runners - and a shorter 10km option introduced in 2017.