The 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.
Results 1 - 10 of 21 for triathlon events
The Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast course is one of the best Australia has to offer, including a swim from the surf beach followed by a quick bike course and a two lap run course along the Esplanade cheered on by spectators.
1.5km swim/30km bike/10km run; 750 swim/14km bike/5km run; 200m swim/7km bike/2km run
XTERRA Townsville represents a bold new racing format that attracts outdoor enthusiasts, adventure seekers, mountain bikers and triathletes. The race consists of an open water swim, a mountain bike race, and a trail run.
1500/40/10, 750/20/5, 375/10/2.5 & Kids
The 2018 Leading Edge Computers Cable Beach Triathlon will take place on Sunday 16 September at Cable Beach, WA.
1.5/40/10, 750/20/5 and 375/10/2.5
The Mackay Triathlon Festival forms part of the North Queensland Triathlon Series at Mackay's Harbour Beach.
1/30/10, 250/10/2.5 & Kids
The Nepean Triathlon, Australia's oldest triathlon, began in 1982 and consists of a 1km swim, 30km cycle and 10km run.
1.5/40/10 & shorter options
The Huskisson Triathlon Festival features an Olympic distance triathlon and shorter distances in the idyllic coastal location of Huskisson on Jervis Bay.
The Noosa Triathlon is one of Australia's longest running and prestigious triathlons, attracting a quality field each year to Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast.
1.9/90.1/21.1 and 950/45/10.5
The Berri Hotel Murray Man Triathlon is a long course triathlon featuring a 1.9km swim, 90km cycle and 21.1km.
1500/40/10 & 750/22/5
The Maitland Triathlon, one of the oldest Triathlons in NSW, is held in the historic village of Morpeth in the Hunter Valley.