|Date||Saturday 25 May 2019|
|Entry Fee||View Entry fees here|
|Start Line||Noosa Parade, Noosa|
|Finish Line||Noosa Parade, Noosa|
|Minimum Age||Must be 10 years of age on race day.Entrants under the age of 12 years (on race day) must be accompanied by an adult on course at all times.|
|Cut-off time||Due to course management and road closure restrictions, the course will officially be closed at 1:15pm.|
|Timing Results||Timing results will be provided by age group category for both runners and walkers, and will be based on participant's mat time. The age group categories are as follows for men and women; Open, 10-14, 15-17, 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80+, Para|
|Prizes||All 10km finishers will receive a Finisher Medal. Medals will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, 3rd placing in each running age group category for Men and Women, and will be based on participant’s mat time.|
|Walkers||Walkers are welcome to enter in the 10km. Please ensure walkers start at the back behind the runners and keep to the left at all times.|
|IAAF/AIMS Certification||The Runaway Noosa 10km Course was certified on on 3 May 2018. Please view the International Measurement Certificate.|
A flat, fast and friendly course set in the heart of Noosa township, it’s easy to find your happy running place right here. The perfect course to set a PB, enjoy running through the streets of Noosa across scenic bridges, past the canals, down to the riverbanks at Gympie Terrace and into Noosa Parade for the finish.
Your supporters will have plenty of opportunity to watch you strut your stuff as you enjoy an awesome running atmosphere, with live music to keep you entertained on your run!
Full road closures will be in place along the course to ensure an enjoyable running experience. It’s a flat and fast circuit over an asphalt surface, with plenty of water and electrolyte stops along the route spaced approximately 2.5 kilometres apart.
The 10km Course starts on Noosa Parade, Noosa Heads. Participants will head down Noosa Parade before crossing through the Sofitel Bridge and the Munna Point Bridge, experiencing amazing views of Weyba Creek and the Noosa River, from here competitors will take a right hand turn on to Weyba Road and a left hand turn on to Gympye Terrace. Once on Gympie Terrace athletes will follow the edge of the River for about 1.5km before crossing the James Duke Bridge in to Noosaville. Runners will then veer right in to Hilton Terrace before turning right in to Hilton Esplanade and follow this road for about 300m before reaching the western turnaround. From here runners will follow the same course back towards Noosa Heads reaching the eastern turn of the course, located in front of the Festival Village at the Noosa Lions Park. Runners will cover 1 lap of this course before entering the finish line stretch on Noosa Parade.
* Course and start times are subject to change