Australian Marathons 2018
Here is a list of the marathons in Australia for 2015.
The majority of these events also host Half Marathons, 10km and 5km races. If you know of any other marathons please let me know and I will add them to the list.
You also might like to view...Australian Half Marathons
Wangaratta Marathon Vic
Orange Marathon- NSW
6 Foot Track Marathon- Katoomba NSW
What has been described as "the toughest marathon in Australia, if not the world" is held each March in the Blue Mountains, Katoomba, NSW. With more than 25 years of experience under its belt, this is the premier trail Marathon in Australia, and it is expected that 850 runners will start each year's event. The runners will run along the Six Foot Track, a bridle trail originally cut in 1884 starting from the Historic "Marked Tree" at Katoomba to the Jenolan Caves, a distance of 45 kms.
Entrants are given 7 hours to finish the marathon with the average runner taking 5hrs 30 mins or more. The fastest time the gruelling endurance course was clocked at just 3 hours 23 mins 13 seconds in 2008.
Glow Worm Trail Marathon- Wolgan Valley NSW
The Perth City to Surf Running Carnival takes place in Perth, Western Australia on the final Sunday of August each year. The Carnival is the biggest road running carnival in Australia with 40,000 participants completing a choice of 4 running distances:- 4km- 12km- Half Marathon- Marathon
Marathon, half marathon, 10km, 5km and a 2km run, in Mooloolaba
Blackmores Sydney Marathon
Western Sydney Marathon
Fitzroy Falls NSW
Toowoomba Road Runners Marathon
Rottnest Marathon WA
Lake Alpine Mountain Marathon
Logan Running Festival (Qld)- 3.5km, 5km, 10km, Half Marathon, Marathon
Portland 3 Bays Marathon Vic
Carcoar Cup, NSW
Victorian Trail Running Festival
CANEGROWERS Great Barrier Reef Marathon
Ultra Marathon, Marathon, Half Marathon, 10km, 5km
Disclaimer: Whilst all due care is taken when listing the many races on this calendar, to be accurate and correct with dates and links, some errors may occur on research or connecting to race websites. Please always check the race events website or contact details to get more relevant and up to date details on the races listed here. Lazy Runner would be happy for any errors to be reported via the contact form so changes can be made