Course Information

General Information

When is the event?
Sunday 12 March 2017



You can register online at If you prefer to register in person, you can stop into The Athlete's Foot Dunedin. You are welcome to pop into The Athlete's Foot during their opening hours, Monday-Friday 9.00am-6.00pm, Saturday 9.00am-5.00pm, and Sunday 10.00am-5.00pm to register manually and collect your ticket.


What time does the event start?
10km run or walk: 10.00am
5km run or walk: 10.15am
3km run or walk: 10.15am


Where does the event start and finish?

10km run or walk: Start at Forsyth Barr Stadium and finish at Hancock Park.
5km run or walk: Start and finish at Hancock Park.
3km run or walk: Start and finish at Hancock Park.


What is the cost of the event?
10km run or walk: $25.00
5km run or walk: $10.00
3km run or walk (great option for the kids): $5.00

Children 2 and under are free


What if I don’t have a credit or debit card?
We can accept cash payment registrations, (no eftpos available) at Sport Otago. You can find us at the Sargood Centre, 40 Logan Park Drive, Dunedin. Reception is open between 8.30am-5.00pm, Monday to Friday.


When do online entries close?
Friday 10 March 2017 at 5.00pm.


Can I register on the day?
You can register on the day with cash payments only. Please allow plenty of time before the event starts.


On the day registration price:
10km run or walk: $35.00
5km run or walk: $20.00
3km run or walk: $10.00


Where do I get my race pack from?
Race pack pick-up is the week before the event at The Athletes’ Foot Dunedin. You can also pick up your race pack on Friday 10 March from 6.00pm-8.00pm and Saturday 11 March from 9.00am-11.00am from the Sargood Centre Gallery, Logan Park Drive, Dunedin.


Will I get my time at the end of the race?
You will not be individually given a time in this race; however a clock will be placed at the finish line for self-timing. This event is a fun run and walk, and the challenge is completing the course. You are welcome to time yourself using your own device.


Course Information

Is the course accessible for wheelchairs?
Wheelchair users are welcome to take part in this event, however we advise you to check the suitability of the course and decide whether this will work for you. The 10km event goes across sports fields and the 3km and 5km events are based on sports fields.


Is the course open to scooters, skateboards, bikes, roller-blades, prams, and buggies?
For Health and Safety reasons, please don’t bring scooters, skateboards, roller-blades or bikes. As this is a family friendly event, you are welcome to take part with buggies and prams.


Can I bring my dog?
Guide-dogs are welcome on the race track for those who require them.


Are drink stations available on the course?
There will be a drink station at the Harbour Mouth Molars on Portsmouth Drive and again at the finish line at Hancock Park.


Are toilets available on the course?
There are toilets available at the start and finish line. There is a public toilet in Wharf Street and at Bayfield Park.


Will the course be closed to traffic?
All roads are open to traffic, therefore please obey the traffic rules at all times. Traffic Management Officials will be placed on the course.


Has the course been officially measured?
The course hasn’t been measured for official purposes. You are welcome to use your own device to measure your personal distance travelled.



Where can I park my vehicle?
For 10km entrants, there is a range of parking options in the vicinity of the Logan Park area.
For 3km and 5km entrants, parking is available at the Dunedin Ice Stadium and along Victoria Road.


Are buses provided to get back to Forsyth Barr Stadium?
Buses will be running return trips from St Clair to Forsyth Barr Stadium. This service is included in the entry fee. Buses will leave from Victoria Road, beside Hancock Park, near the intersection at John Wilson Ocean Drive.