Below is a list of some frequently asked questions, if you do not find the answer to your question here please contact us.
Q: Can I run with my child in the 1km Kids Dash?
A: You are welcome to run along your child in the 1km Kids Dash and do not need to register to do so. The maximum age when registering for the 1km Kids Dash is 12 years old so you will not be able to register or receive a time however, it is fine to run along with them.
Q: Can I enter my family in different events?
A: Family discounts are only set up for the same event which are all listed on the Race Info page. If you are registering your family across different events you will not be able to receive the family discount unless it meets the requirements listed which is 2 Adults and 2 Children (under 18) for each event.
Q: I registered in time for the bib mail out, when do I receive my bib?
A: If you registered online before midnight Sunday the 8th of April you will receive your bib via mail. You should receive your bib within a week of this date.
Q: When do online registrations close?
A: Online entries close 10:30pm Saturday the 28th of April. If you miss, this there will also be the option of registering on the day or the day before the event on Saturday the 28th from 9:30am - 11:00am at Oatley West Public School.
Q: Can I register on the day?
A: On the day entries will be available. However, we do recommend registering online beforehand to save time on the morning then you will then be able to pick up your bib on the day or take advantage of our bib pick up on Saturday the 28th from 9:30am - 11:00am at Oatley West Public School.
Q: What are the event start times?
A: The start times are all listed on the Race Info page. 1km Kids Dash - 8am, 2.5km - 8:30am and 5km - 9am. These are the times that the start gun will go off so please arrive 45min prior to your event to ensure you allow enough time to pick up your bib and for lining up and race briefing. Also be sure to allow extra time for parking.
Q: Can I run with my dog?
A: You are more than welcome to run with your dog, please just be mindful of other runners coming past and move to your left to let anyone passing through.
Q: What charities are involved with the event?
A: We takes pride in not only promoting health and fitness in the local area but also being able to give back to the local community by making donations to various charities through some of the money our event raises. This year we will be making a donation to support the local Cerebral Palsy Alliance center at Penshurst and the fantastic work they do there.