Date: 4th October 2020
Event Distances: 5km walk or run, 10km run,
Princess Run: 800m event for under 8 year olds.
Time: 10km – 8am, 5km – 8.05am
Location: Pat Usher Promenade, Bunbury Inlet
Registrations: Now open!!
Registration is now open! Follow the link below to Registernow.
The Women’s Fun Run and Walk is a non competitive event aimed solely at encouraging women and young girls to lead a healthier, more active lifestyle. Female participants are encouraged to enjoy the event as a social experience meeting other women from the community. It is a way women can exercise in a supportive group and be motivated to achieve their goals.
The Women’s Fun Run and Walk is a key event in the Bunbury Runners Club calendar, it is organised on an annual basis by the female members of the club for the women of the community. This event has been very successful since its inception in 2006 in that it has attracted a significant number of women who may not ordinarily have had the confidence to commence a simple and effective fitness program.
Fiona Collins/Brenda Kenny
Fiona – 0429 166 930
Brenda – 0422 839 485
The event is timed. Timing chips will be attached to the reverse of the number bibs which you will receive in your race pack. Please do not remove, bend or damage the chip prior to the event otherwise your time may not be recorded.
Free six week training sessions begins August 25th 2020.
Tuesday night sessions are at 5.15pm for a 5.30pm start on the recreation ground – Bunbury Runners Club on Ocean Drive. This is an interval session and all levels are catered for.
Thursday night sessions involve a road run/walk ranging from 3k to 10km and leave from the Bunbury Runners Club clubrooms with the members of the club. These sessions are also 5.15pm for a 5.30 start.
Partnerships and Charities
Thanks to our sponsors Vestrum, RSM, Athletes Foot, Koombana Physiotherapy, Essential Beauty and Work Clobber.
Charities to supported this year will be South West Refuge and Waratah Support Centre.
Terms and Conditions/ Health and Safety
The course around the Leschenault Inlet is well marshalled. Two water stations are positioned at the start and mid way around the course.