Your Australian Triathlon Calendar helping you find triathlons around Australia. Triathlons consist of swim, cycle and run legs, usually in that order. Distances range from short beginner and children's triathlons, through to Sprint distance, Olympic distance, Half Ironman and long course, right up to Ironman and ultra distance triathlon races.
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After a huge year hosting the 2016 ITU Cross Triathlon World Champs, the TreX Series is back and ready to explode into the 2017/18 triathlon season with an even bigger and more action-packed season with no less than 7 ‘not to be missed’ events across the country, including:
1.9/90/21.1 and shorter options
Murray Bridge Sufferfest is a multisport festival for triathletes of all fitness abilities, with races right up to the half iron distance.
The Cottesloe Olyfest is a multisport festival offering a variety of events including a double sprint triathlon enduro.
Race six of the 2017/18 2XU Triathlon Series (formerly known as the Gatorade Triathlon Series) will be held at St.Kilda's Catani Gardens.
800m Swim, 25km Ride and 5km Run
Discover the outback in April 2018 at the Julia Creek Dirt n Dust Festival. Featuring Australia’s toughest sprint triathlon (and a gentler one for the juniors), horse races, bull rides, live music, Australia’s Best Butt competition and novelty events such as Bog Snorkelling, it’s a dirty weekend for the whole family!
1.9/90.1/21.1 + shorter options
The Warrnambool Sufferfest Multisport Festival is a two day weekend of triathlon and running events in Warrnambool.
The Triathlon Pink Sydney event is an all-female triathlon located at Heffron Park, Maroubra.
Challenge Melbourne is a long course triathlon (1.9/90/21.1) held at St.Kilda, featuring a bay swim and fast bike and run legs along Beach Road and the St.Kildan foreshore.
The TreX Queensland Cross Triathlon Championships are based in the spectacular Sunshine Coast Hinterland on the banks of Ewen Maddock Dam.