Looking for a challenge? Step it up on the 12km course. Winding through the CBD and into the tunnel it’s a great course to up your daily step count, achieve a PB or fundraise for your favourite charity.
Corner of Hay St and William St
Gloucester Park, Perth WA
First wave at 8am
8.45am - Mitchell Fwy
10.30am Victoria Park Drive
|Category||Your Pace||Typical finishing time||Start time||Arrive By|
|Wave A||Runners||50mins to 1hr 10mins||8.00am||7.15am|
|Wave B||Runners and joggers||1hr 10mins to 1hr 25mins||8.05am||7.20am|
|Wave C||Joggers and brisk walkers||1hr 25mins to 1hr 40mins||8.10am||7.25am|
|Wave D||Walkers||1hr 40mins to 2hr 10mins||8.15am||7.30am|
|Wave E||Families and Prams||2hr to 2hrs 20mins||8.20am||7.35am|
Look the part
We have a fresh new t-shirt for 2019 to celebrate 10 years of HBF Run for a Reason so be sure to enter early so you don’t miss out.
Bring the crew
Get the crew together and take part as a team. We have a range of team packages available that are sure to make it an unforgettable day.
Help the community
Is there a cause close to your heart? Why not fundraise for one of our amazing charities and help support their important work in the WA community
Which start group should I choose?
We suggest choosing a start group based on your estimated finish time listed above. If you want to run with family and friends, it’s best to work out a similar pace and enter the same start group.
Does everyone receive an event t-shirt?
T-shirts are included as part of your registration, but sizes and quantities are limited. Be sure to get in early to secure your size and check your measurements on the sizing guide carefully as you won’t be able to change your t-shirt size.
How / when do I collect my event pack?
The HBF Run for a Reason Event Centre will open on Friday 17 and Saturday 18 May, if you haven’t selected to have your pack mailed to you (in the registration process), you will need to visit the Event Centre to collect it.
How do I get to the start line?
There will be special train and bus services that will run on event day to get you to the start line on time. These are free for participants, simply show your participant bib to jump on.
Keep an eye out on the website as we will be publishing transport options and road closures closer to the event.
Is running through the tunnel bad for my health?
No it’s not – it’s a favourite part of the course for many of our participants and it’s adequately ventilated. The tunnel will be closed to traffic well before the event commences to ensure that all car emissions have cleared.