Join us for some of the most scenic and challenging trail running in the heart of Victoria’s ‘Gold Rush’ country.
The Goldfields Trail Run Festival is hosted in conjunction with the TreX Cross Triathlon Series which together make up an action packed weekend of off road events for the entire family.
Taking in some of the most spectacular bushland trails this trail run festival is set to delight, challenge and inspire trail runners of all ages and abilities.
Based in the heart of Victoria’s Gold Rush Country at Crusoe Reservoir in Bendigo the courses challenge runners with a diverse array of terrain and scenery, from the natural beauty of Crusoe Reservoir and No 7 Park, to the challenge of Big Hill within Bendigo Regional Park.
So whether your a hardcore trail runner, a weekend warrior, someone who just loves getting in 2 the outdoors, or a family and kids, there’s something for everyone at Trail Run Australia Goldfields.
A big thank you to the team from Forge Pizza who will be cooking up fresh pizzas on site and Brew 2 U coffee who’ll be keeping us fired up throughout the day.
Facilities at Crusoe Reservoir
The Crusoe Reservoir and No 7 Park Precinct is popular for cycling, walking, jogging and fishing. The 210-hectare area is surrounded by the Greater Bendigo National Park. It is known for its beauty, rich cultural heritage and various recreational features.
There is ample parking located near Race HQ in the Reserve car park, on Crusoe Road and in the event parking area located across the road.
Please follow directions from marshals and signage on arrival.
At In2Adventure we love our fur kids, however pets are not permitted within Crusoe Reservoir Reserve. Please leave your furry friends at home to avoid being asked to leave the event site by Council Rangers.
All athletes are required to register at Race HQ prior to the event at the allocated times.
Please bring along a copy of your entry confirmation email to registration.
Line up in the queue as indicated by the signs at the Race HQ tent.
Advise officials of your name
Check your details on the registration screen.
Collect your race bag.
Collect pins for your race number at the table near the registration desk (if required).
Get ready to Run!
It is a race rule that all participants must have their race number clearly visible on their front torso at all times during the event. This is important as marshals will monitor competitors progress around the course and require to be able to view each runners number. Non-compliance will result in penalties
The race number can be worn on a race belt, or attached to the outermost garment on your front torso using safety pins.
Ensure the number is safely secured. If your number is lost on the course, please report the loss to the Race Director immediately.
Participants are not permitted to enter the course without displaying their allocated number.
Numbers are not to be cut, altered, disfigured, damaged, covered or obscured in any way. Penalties, disqualification and/or fines will apply in this circumstance.
TIMING ANKLE BANDS
Attach the timing band to your left ankle, with the chip facing outwards. If you’re not sure please see one of our friendly marshals at Race HQ.
Ensure the timing chip is fixed securely as it is the participants responsibility to return the timing strap on completion of the event. If the strap is not secure or there are any issues with the velcro please report this to an event marshal before the start of the event so this can be fixed prior to the start.
Participants agree to return the timing strap on completion of the race. In the event where at timing chip is lost, or not returned at the end of the event a $50 replacement fee will be charged to the participants credit card
COMPULSORY EQUIPMENT | THE STUFF YOU NEED TO HAVE
This is a self supported event and the following equipment is compulsory and must be carried by all participants.
COMPULSORY EQUIPMENT FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS
All participants are required to carry the following equipment:
Enclosed Running Shoes suitable for the trail conditions.
Race Number Plate (supplied in race pack).
Mobile phone with emergency numbers saved (Telstra Next G recommended).
COMPULSORY EQUIPMENT FOR 5K
In addition to the items listed above participants in the 5k Trail Run are also required to carry the following items:
A hydration pack or water container capable of carrying a minimum of 500ml of water.
COMPULSORY EQUIPMENT FOR 11.5K AND HALF MARATHON
In addition to the items listed above participants in the 11k and Half Marathon are also required to carry the following items:
A hydration pack or water container capable of carrying a minimum of 1 litre of water.
1 x crepe bandage (Minimum Dimensions 7.5cm Wide x 2.3m Long Unstretched).
*Half and 11k Participants are required to bring the items below to the event. Dependent on weather conditions, participants will be advised at race registration if these items are compulsory to be carried on the day.
As Event Organisers we are often asked why ‘Compulsory Equipment’ is included as part of some of our races. The simple answer to this question is that it’s about keeping participants safe, which we believe should be the priority in any decision making when it comes to event management. To find out more please visit FAQ Compulsory Equipment.
An equipment check will be carried out at registration. Please bring all of the compulsory equipment with you when you register and to the start line. Due to safety considerations those without the necessary equipment will not be permitted to the start line. Runners are required to carry the required equipment with them at all times throughout the event.
RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT | THE STUFF IT’S GOOD TO HAVE
It is recommended that participants bring the following:
Waterproof bag or snaplock bag for mobile phone
Sunglasses / Eye Protection
Additional clothing to match the weather conditions on the day
Warm clothes in case of bad weather, preferably layers that can be removed as the weather conditions change
Nutrition and hydration
Sports injury tape
Plastic bags for rubbish
A sense of adventure!
Important Note | This is a Self Sufficient Event
Participants are required to carry their own hydration and nutrition sufficient for the duration of the event.
Aid Stations, where participants can refill bottles and hydration packs are located at:
Half Marathon: 2.6k, 8.3k, 16.2k, 21.5k
11k Trail Run: 4.5k, 6.4k, 11k
5k Trail Run: Finish
Presentations will take place when all, or the majority of athletes have finished the run.
Prize money is awarded to the first 3 male and female runners to cross the line in the half marathon, irrespective of categories, as shown in the table below.
PRIZES AND MEDALS
Finishers medals are awarded to all participants in each course who successfully complete the full course.
Participants must be present in person to collect category prizes and/or spot prizes, no medals or prizes will be given to other persons in the recipients absence.
Full details coming soon.
Start & Finish
COURSE & SAFETY BRIEF
The Course & Safety Brief will take place at Race HQ. For safety reasons all participants are required to attend the briefing with all equipment ready to start the event. The brief will cover all the information you need to ensure a safe and enjoyable race as well as important information about the course and any changes on the day.
The event will start soon after the Safety Brief is finished.
The event will commence with a mass start from Race HQ. Please follow the instructions of the Race Director at the Start Brief.
All courses will finish at Race HQ on Crusoe Reservoir dam wall.
A good and fair race always includes a few rules and to ensure you can enjoy your race it’s a good idea to have a read of the race rules BEFORE the start of the event.
These rules will be applied by the Race Director and ignorance is not an excuse that can be accepted.
Your safety is a key consideration; however, trail running events do involve risk. Dedicated first aiders are on hand at Race HQ and on the course to assist where necessary.
3 SAFETY RULES
Stop and assist any competitor that is in need of emergency assistance.
Report any incident to the next available marshal or emergency radio point on the course.
Compete within your abilities.
On the course there are a number of things you can do to assist yourselves and fellow competitors:
Slow down in steep or technically challenging areas.
Run on the left hand side of tracks.
Compete within your limits.
Let common sense and courtesy prevail. We want to see you safe and sound at the end of the event.
First Aid will be located at Race HQ and at manned check points on the course. This will be identified at the safety briefing.
There are check points on the course, staffed by First Aid Qualified team members. These are marked on the course map at HQ.
In the event of fire or other emergency, follow instructions from event officials. On the course marshals will direct you back to the Evacuation Meeting Point at HQ. Please follow instructions from Emergency Personnel and/or event officials.
Your Safety is Our Concern and Your Responsibility
In2Adventure has public liability insurance. This DOES NOT cover you as a participant. If you fall over or hurt yourself, there is no accident cover for you. In2Adventure strongly recommends that each participant has their own personal accident insurance. Each participant has been required to read & accept the RELEASE & INDEMNITY WAIVER when registering online.
Our event partners have been extremely generous in supporting this event so we can all enjoy the sport we love. We reciprocate that support and therefore no signage, flyers, promotional banners, promotional tents, branded vehicles, sales, service or trade displays are permitted to be set up within the Race HQ or car parking areas without written authorisation from the event directors.
Please be respectful of this to avoid being asked to remove tents etc.
Please see the ‘Event Promotion Policy’ displayed on the Policy page.
In2Adventure is committed to maintaining a minimal impact policy that will protect the environment and enable us as individual members of the general public and members of the outdoor community to continue to enjoy the vast natural environment that is Australia’s backyard. Therefore we ask that competitors read and agree to abide by the Bush Code outlined on in our Environmental Policy and ensure that no rubbish, gel packets or wrappers are dropped on the course during the event.
Encompassed within the natural beauty of Crusoe Reservoir and No 7 Park and then tackling the challenge of Big Hill within Bendigo Regional Park, the half marathon course will both challenge and delight runners as they discover the beauty of Victoria’s historic goldfields region.
Encompassed within the natural beauty of Crusoe Reservoir and No 7 Park and then tackling the challenge of Big Hill within Bendigo Regional Park, the 11k course will both challenge and delight runners as they discover the beauty of Victoria’s historic goldfields region.
Encompassed within the natural beauty of Crusoe Reservoir, No 7 Park and Bendigo Regional Park, the 5k course will both challenge and delight runners as they discover the beauty of Victoria’s historic goldfields region.
FREE KIDS MUD RATS RUN
This is a free, fun, non-competitive event for our youngest champions of tomorrow. The run is an approx 500m course that takes runners around Race HQ to the cheers of the crowd.
Being a non-competitive event parents/guardians are more than welcome to accompany runners on the course.
Although this is a free event, parents/guardians are required to register and sign the waiver and release at registration prior to the event. Each mud rat will receive a tag to wear during the run.
This is a self sufficient event and therefore no support crews are required or permitted. Participants are required to carry their own hydration and nutrition sufficient for the duration of the race.
Aid Stations, where participants can refill bottles and hydration packs with water are located at:
Half Marathon: tbc and Finish
11k Trail Run: tbc and Finish
5k Trail Run: tbc and Finish
At In2Adventure we don’t usually have cut off times and wherever possible make every effort to enable competitors to finish the event. The only exception to this is:
To continue in the event poses a risk to the participants safety;
There is not sufficient daylight hours to enable the participant to finish safely;
Permit times do not permit an extension of the event times; or
Logistics and staffing do not allow this.
With that in mind, it is however expected that entrants will have trained to be able to run the majority of the event. Expected latest finish times for this event are:
Half Marathon | 3:20
11.5k | 2:00
6k | 1:00
We focus very much on ‘participation’ which is one of our key corporate principles and within reason make every effort to allow each participant to finish where it is practical.
The trail run course is signed with red and white In2Adventure arrows, cones and tape. Follow the course as indicated by the signage. It is important to note that the course will also be marked for the TreX Cross Triathlon so please ensure you follow the trail run signage.
Marshals will be in place at strategic points throughout the course, however ultimately it is up to each competitor to know and follow the correct course route.
Sunday 25th November 2018
REGISTRATION OPEN | All Events
‘Late On Line Entries’ Closed | Half Marathon
REGISTRATION 1 CLOSED | Half Marathon
Half Marathon Course & Safety Brief (All athletes must attend!)
HALF MARATHON START
‘Late On Line Entries’ Closed | 11k & 5k
REGISTRATION 2 CLOSED | 11k
11k Course & Safety Brief (All athletes must attend!)
REGISTRATION 3 CLOSED | 5k
5k Course & Safety Brief (All athletes must attend!)
MUD RATS KIDS RUN START
PRESENTATIONS | Dirt Master Titles & Trail Run Festival
* Estimated Times Only. Please listen for announcements at Race HQ
Travelling to Bendigo
Bendigo is located just 1 hour 40 minutes north of Melbourne.
Travelling for a challenging day taking on the Goldfields Trail Run Australia event, what better way to compliment your visit to the city and beyond than to stay a night or more in one of the many accommodation options we have on offer.
Gently stroll back to your accommodation and savour the fresh country air. Many Bendigo hotels, motels, Bed and Breakfasts, self-contained apartments and hostels are centrally located for great convenience. For those wishing to escape to a rural setting there are farm stays, rural retreats and Bed and Breakfasts outside of the city.
Affordable and welcoming caravan parks and motels are bursting with convenience and things to do. Many have highlights for kids like swimming pools, jumping pillows, playgrounds and kindy playrooms.
Public Transport Victoria provides services from Melbourne to Bendigo daily. Phone 1800 800 007 or visit Bendigo Railway Station
Bendigo Airport Services operates the Bendigo shuttle bus to Melbourne Airport offering several services per day, stopping at Kangaroo Flat, Castlemaine, Chewton, Malmsbury, Kyneton, Woodend and Gisborne en route. Book instantly* on our website by clicking here.
Apart from discovering all the awesome natural beauty of Bendigo during the TreX XTri Series and Multisport Festival, Bendigo is a city of insta-worthy shops, locally-made drops, pottery, pictures and fun times for the family. Are we ticking off your list here?
In other words, in our lovely city you can partake in your fair share of holiday dining, sampling local wines, craft beer and market goodies.
You can shop for amazing things you never knew you needed until you spied them. Find boutiques curated by quirky locals and collections of Bendigo-made art, craft and fashion. It’s well worth a good old rummage.
You can marvel at our arts and culture in the galleries and museums, then cultivate a healthy love of our natural attractions.
Walk and cycle the city and beyond, book a guided tour of the best bits or take your time experiencing our authentic attractions – if you’ve got kids, you’re going to want to do them all.
Mix and match from these ideas, then hatch your plan for a visit worth writing home about. Or at the very least posting, tweeting, etc etc. Selfies with Sun Loong anyone?
Situated in the historic Post Office, Bendigo Visitor Centre can help you sort out all your needs while you are at the TreX X-Tri Series, including accommodation, shopping, dining, booking attractions & tours, and provide you visitor information, map and guide books. They also have quality gifts and souvenirs so it is a must stop during your Bendigo Visit. The Visitor Centre opens everyday from 9am to 5pm(except Christmas Day).
CALL TOLL FREE ON 1800 813 153 OR INTERNATIONAL +61 3 5434 6060
Download our official guides to assist you in planning your stay in Bendigo. Help us save the trees and use an e-copy if you can.
If you require a paper copy to be posted, please contact us and let us know which guides you would like. If you are looking for something in particular, contact one of our friendly staff members on 1800 813 153 or email [email protected], they will be more than happy to answer any questions you have.
This handy guide is all about finding the perfect dining and shopping experiences whilst discovering the best of Bendigo and the surrounding region. Explore the city by precinct and discover all the must do experiences.
Bendigo’s location on the northern fringe of the Great Dividing Range means it enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate. The region avoids extremes in weather such as snow and strong winds and averages 240 rain free days per year.
With the average January temperature of 29 degrees and 12 degrees in July – the variation between the seasons is very pleasant. Bendigo is still one of the few places in Australia that you can enjoy all four seasons.
You are what you eat… ever fancied being totally scrummy? That’ll be you after a taste tour of Bendigo restaurants, cafes, farmers markets and fresh food stores. You’ll be fashioning napkins willy-nilly in the most unexpected of places.
Dine in a heritage bank vault, in a former glass factory, a heritage-listed Beaurepaires site, plus down laneways, byways and basements.
Many of the loveliest locals grow, make, bake and brew the food, beer and wine on offer. Salt-of-the-earth people who produce seasonal food so good, ironically, you won’t need salt nor seasoning. Meet them at a market, or on a dedicated foodie tour of the city.
Of course you’ll need to be washing all this down with a bevvie or two; a local wine, a Bendigo beer, or something a wee bit fancy from some of regional Victoria’s best cocktail menus.
Once upon a time the words ‘craft’ and ‘beer’ would never have fraternized so closely. No crafter would risk a malty spillage on their finger knitting. Cheers to that. But times have changed and we all know there’s no beer quite like a craft beer.
Bendigo does it so well. You’ve got your True Brew, your Tooborac, and your Cornella Real just a short drive away. Visit them at the source, find them headlining a beer festival or head to a local pub for a pint or two and a spot of yarn spinning. Pun intended. Many Bendigo venues champion the local brews and can help you choose a favourite.
At True Brew you can get truly crafty; brew your own beer using their time-honoured methods and equipment.
Since 2011, Bendigo Beer has championed local craft beer and breweries by running fun, approachable events to educate and tantalise, while showcasing the city’s vibrant and ever-evolving nightlife and dining culture. Bendigo and central Victoria boasts 6 genuine craft breweries and over 60 venues stocking some of the world’s best ales and lagers.
From cool outdoor bars to brewery bars to traditional pubs to Age Good Food Guide Chef’s Hat restaurants to Australia’s most unique mobile beer festival “Bendigo On The Hop”, Bendigo’s beer scene is considered by some in the industry as the best in regional Australia.
To celebrate the launch of Trail Run Australia, In2Adventure are delighted to announce that athletes will have the opportunity to enter the entire series OR one of the four series events and save more than 50%.
Entries open at 9am AEST on Thursday 14th June with the following entry specials:
First 50 entries to any event at each of the four festivals will save >50%
First 20 series entries will save >50% on the already discounted series entry
Every series entry receives a FREE TShirt and Skull Case
First 50 entries to each half marathon event or the Snowies 50k Ultra receives a FREE Tshirt & Skull Case
First 50 entries to each of the Mid Distance (10-12k) events receive a FREE TShirt & Skull Case
All Fun Run entries (5-6k) receive a FREE Skull Case
Special one day entries will open at *9am AEST on Thursday 14th June, and will remain open until 11:59pm on 14th June OR when all one day special entries, as outlined above, have been sold.
Be Quick! The one day specials for each of the individual events sold out within the first half hour last year. Three of the four events sold out before entry close. Entrants are encouraged to be quick to take advantage of the special offers and secure your place at Trail Run Australia.
Other Time Zones Outside AEST: *Those who live in a state outside of Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST), please adjust the opening time for your timezone.
Free TShirt & Skull Case Collection: Giveaways will be included in race bags at the relevant event. Eligible Series entrants will receive their free race apparel at the Tomaree Trail Run Festival. Please note, in the circumstance where a series entrant requests a credit/refund within the eligible period for one, or all of the final three events, and they have collected their free race apparel, the credit/refund given will be less the cost of the apparel.
TShirt Sizes: TShirt sizes are recorded when entering. The shirt size selected will be made available, however, if an incorrect size is selected, there is no guarantee that an alternate size shirt will be available.
Categories & Minimum Age
How To Enter
HOW TO ENTER
All entries are via secure online entry system provided by eWay. Payment is by Visa, Mastercard or American Express.
Entries close at 5pm on the Wednesday prior to the event.
LATE ONLINE ENTRIES
Important Note: All late entries are required to be completed ONLINE using phone, device or computer.
Where an event is not fully subscribed by close of entries at 5pm on Wednesday, late online entries will be made available on Thursday morning.
Late Online Entries may be submitted after close of entries and up until half an hour before the close of event registration.
Late Online Entries incur an additional $30 administration fee. All late entries must be completed online, manual entries are not available at event registration. Please enter using your phone, device or computer prior to the Late Entry Close Time.
How to Submit a Late Online Entry
Enter & Pay Online up until half an hour before the close of registration Enter Here
Bring a copy of your In2Adventure Order Email to registration. Please note: race packs can only be collected with proof of entry.
Join the ‘Late Entry’ Queue at Race HQ, show your entry invoice and collect your race pack
FAMILY & STUDENT DISCOUNTS
Every effort has been made to keep entry costs to an absolute minimum, however we are keen to encourage families to be involved and we do understand that entries for a large family can add up and that entries as a student can be challenging.
If you are a family unit, and members of your family are looking at taking part, then email us at [email protected] PRIOR TO ENTERING with the following details:
Your name, telephone number & email address; and
The names of those in your family who will be taking part, and the events they will be entering.
We will consider each request on an individual basis and send a email in response.
STUDENT DISCOUNT 10%
If you are a student please email us at [email protected] PRIOR TO ENTERING with the following details:
Your name, telephone number & email address; and
A scanned copy or photo of your student identity card
We will consider each request on an individual basis and send an email in response.
Important Information about Family & Student Discounts
For family discounts, entries must be for members of one family unit. Groups of friends are not eligible.
Sending an email does not guarantee a discount. A family/student discount will be offered only at the discretion of the Event Managers.
Discounts will only be considered prior to entries being received. Discounts cannot be backdated and no refunds will be given as a result of a Family/Student Discount.
Family entries must be made on the same order.
If a discount is offered and the entry does not match the details in the email request In2Adventure reserve the right, without prior notice, to debit the difference in entry fees from the credit card listed on the entry.
Full details coming soon
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Have Compulsory Equipment?
As Event Organisers we are often asked why ‘Compulsory Equipment’ is included as part of some of our races. The simple answer to this question is that it’s about keeping participants safe, which we believe should be the priority in any decision making when it comes to event management.
Compulsory Equipment lists are developed by the event team based on a number of factors. These include, but are not limited to:
The general weather conditions in the area;
Duration and distance of the course;
Technical difficulty of the course;
The remoteness of the event course;
Time to emergency response;
Time to hospital/medical services;
Expected participants skill level; and
Weather conditions on the day.
Based on the qualifications, skills and knowledge of our team compulsory equipment lists are developed based on what we believe is the minimum to keep our participants safe and well if they are delayed for any reason during the event.
Most times compulsory equipment won’t be required, however in the case where participants may find themselves injured, immobilised or exhausted, especially in poor weather conditions then the compulsory equipment will aid survival until rescue can be actioned.
We are often asked why participants do not have the option to just take the gear that they think they require, and in an ideal world, this would be great, however, we do not live in a world where every person has the skills, knowledge and experience to know what the potential dangers could be and we prefer to use the years of experience of our team, extensive knowledge of the local conditions and the expertise of local authorities to guide this decision making.
Another important aspect of an event is ensuring it is fair for those participating. A compulsory equipment list means that each person is carrying the same gear as every other participant and that is why random gear checks are often carried out during events to ensure that everyone is taking part in the spirit of the event.
How Old Do I Have To Be To Race?
The minimum ages for each race distance are shown on the Entry Tab.
Ages for entry and race categories are calculated as of the 31st December each summer (middle of the race season).
Can I Enter On The Day?
If you miss the entry closure at 5pm Wednesday prior to the event, late online entries are open until 30 minutes before the close of registration on the day.
Late entries are accepted online only.
View Full Late Online Entry Information on the Entry Tab.
Do I Need A Licence To Race?
No licence or club membership is required to take part in this event.
Do I Need A Support Crew?
No! A support crew is not allowed for Half Marathon competitors and is not necessary or required for Ultra competitors.
We do however recommend bringing the whole family along to cheer you on and enjoy what the area has to offer.
Can I Carry A Music Device?
Competitors are permitted to wear personal audio equipment whilst taking part in the event.
However all competitors must have one ear clear at all times so that you can hear other runners, other trail users and approaching vehicles. You must switch off music as you approach and pass Course Marshals so that you can hear any directions given to you, you must switch off music when travelling on all public roads/footpaths so you can hear approaching traffic and other users. So while you may use iPods/Music players, it is up to you to use them in a safe manner so that you remain aware of your surroundings and things happening around you at all times.
This is for safety reasons to ensure that runners can be alert to their environment and ensure it is an enjoyable experience for all involved.
What Equipment Will I Need For The Event?
Participants are required to be self-sufficient for the event.
View the Event Equipment List on the Event Details Tab.
What Happens If An Event Is Cancelled Or Rescheduled?
A decision to cancel or reschedule an event will not be made lightly, however our main focus is competitor safety and respect for the environment in which we operate. Sometimes situations outside of our control do result in this outcome.
A decision on event cancellation or rescheduling may be made on the evening before or on the day of an event.
If an event is cancelled a notice will be posted on the event website and social media channels.
Full details of applicable credits in the case of a cancellation or rescheduling can be found in the Event Refund Policy
Can I Change Or Transfer My Entry?
It is forbidden to participate in an event under another competitor’s name or to offer your entry to another participant. Transfer of entry to another competitor is not permitted. Details about changing entry details are outlined in the Event Transfer Policy
What If I Have To Withdraw From The Event?
If you are unable to make the event full details are outlined in the EVENT REFUND POLICYoutlining necessary actions and follow up in the case of an applicable refund or credit.
Can I Run With A Pram Or Stroller?
Due to the nature of the trails used for the event, running with prams and/or strollers is not permitted.
Do I have to stay for presentations?
Staying for the presentations is not compulsory, however, it is a great way to finish the day and cheer on fellow competitors. If you are unable to attend the presentation you will not be eligible for random draw prizes.
Medals and prizes can only be given to the actual recipient at presentations, other persons can not collect them on behalf of the recipient.
What if I’ve won a prize or medal & can’t stay for presentations?
If a prize winner is unable to stay for the Prize Giving Ceremony they may organise for their prize to be posted to them by contacting the team and sending a registered post bag (no bigger than A5 size) with postage paid to the address below. Prizes must be claimed within 4 weeks of the event.
In 2 Adventure
PO Box 2003
Medallions usually weigh between 50-75g
Prizes are usually gift vouchers that will fit in a DL Envelope
Only those at the presentations will be eligible for random draw prizes.
Prizes and medallions are packed away in the event trailer post event. Some events require travel and at times the trailer may not be available to be unpacked for up to 4 weeks post an event. In some circumstances it can take up to this long for prizes and/or medallions to be distributed when participants are unable to stay for prize giving.
The Goldfields Trail Run Festival is part of the Bendigo MultiSport Weekend which includes the TreX Cross Triathlon Series hosted on Saturday Crusoe Reservoir.
TreX is triathlon but with a new twist as we head off road for a version of the sport with heart, grit and off road action. TreX includes a Swim, Mountain Bike and Trail Run on a pre-determined, marked course and is governed by the normal rules and guidelines of a traditional triathlon. Put simply, it’s the on road version of the sport transposed into a bushland setting with mountain bikes and off road trail shoes.
The event includes Standard, Sprint, Junior, Teaser and Dirt Kids Courses as well as a Duathlon and Aquabike format, so there’s something for all comers no matter what your age or ability.