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.
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Over three days an exclusive group of committed Challengers will run and walk one of the world’s most iconic and scenic coastal trails to support MedEarth.
100 Mile, 100km & 60km
The Alpine Challenge is tough challenge offering spectacular scenery and a course that rewards effort with natural beauty along one of Australia's best trail runs.
21km and 12km
The Afterglow Trail Run is a 21km or 12km trail run finishing in Torquay and including the iconic Bells Beach.
The Yarrawonga Mulwala Amateur Canoe Club will host the 2018 Murray Quad which has now been reformatted to a 2-day paddle and run event. It all begins with a 25km paddle from Cobram to Tocumwal on the Murray River on the 24th of November.
Various depending on age
The Kids Fun Run with Thomas takes place at Gembrook Station and is a unique experience for kids.
42.2km, 21.1km, 10km & 5km
Run for the Young is a fun run generating funds for the Bridge Builders Youth Organisation, a charity doing important work within the local community. All proceeds from the event will be donated to Bridge Builders to assist them in continuing the valuable work.
88 levels, 1642 steps
The Eureka Climb is Australia's biggest vertical stair climb race, taking participants all the way to the top of Melbourne's Eureka Tower.
Half Marathon, 10km, 5km and Girls Mini
The Carman’s Women’s Fun Run 2018 proudly supports Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA). Whether you walk, run or just have fun, it’s all about getting together with friends and family and having a great day full laughter and good times.
10km, 5km and 2km
Join Sole Motive at Lakeside Stadium, Albert Park for a mid-week run party to celebrate a year of achievements - 30,000 runners who’ve laced up at our events, to the people who’ve visited our store, the millions of dollars we’ve raised for charity and our Runner’s World Magazine readers.