Barossa Run

Barossa Run
Date Sep 2023 (TBD)
Distance 5k, 10k, 15k, Half-marathon, Marathon, 50k, Ultra, Other, 1k, 2.5k, 30k, 60k, 7.5k
Course Type Trail

Race Information

The Barossa Run is an ‘out and back, looped’ course through the Barossa Walking Trail, consisting of 21.1km loops. It starts at Lyndoch and continues in the direction of Tanunda before returning. Participants running farther than 21.1km will do multiple loops.

Expect 3 aid stations, one each at the start and finish of each loop, and the third at approximately 6km into the loop. All aid stations will have lollies and hydration; the aid stations at the start and finish will also offer first aid. Bring your own hydration supplies if you feel you need more water.

The race supports Women’s Safety Services SA’s NADVS (Northern Adelaide Domestic Violence Services) to help local women and children cope with domestic violence.

Related Events

Did you know that this race is part of a series of runs? If you like this race you may want to run one of the following GoodRunnings events.

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