Find your next Adventure Race in Australia.
10 Adventure Race events
Race Five and the final race of the Maximum Adventure Race Series will take place at Glenbrook in the Lower Blue Mountains on the 26th of September 2020. The Classic Course and Novice Course involve two to six hours of racing.
The Freycinet Challenge 2020 due to take place on the 3rd and 4th of October has been cancelled and will return in 2021. The Freycinet Challenge is a 2 day multisport challenge through the stunning Freycinet Peninsula in Tasmania.
Returning on the 5-6th of October 2020, the Wildside Adventure Race will take racers to wild spaces in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales.
Ona Mission Multisport Adventure is due to take place on the 25th of October. The event is set in Mission Beach and Dunk Island in tropical far north Queensland. The multisport event includes a 23km ride, 4km paddle, 6km run, 4km paddle and 7km run.
Baw Baw Extreme due to take place on the 17th of April 2020 has been postponed to the 30th of October.
Baw Baw Extreme is an epic endurance sports event consisting of five legs; two running legs, two mountain bike legs, and a paddle- total 84 km.
The Eagle Bay Epic has been designed as the ultimate mix of off-road adventure racing.
Yes, that’s 100 hours, not 100 km. Australia’s first expedition-length, rogaine-format adventure race will return from the 2-8th May 2021.
The Great Adventure Challenge is an exciting, demanding and fun, multisport team based corporate adventure race. It covers a range of activities from mountain biking, trail running, kayaking and coasteering, teams are also confronted with mystery tasks, to test the boundaries of both brain and body.
The Maximum Adventure Race at Royal National Park, Sydney will take place on the 29th of May 2021. The Classic Course and Novice Course involve two to six hours of racing.
XPD Adventure Race due to take place in July 2020 has been postponed to the 17 - 24th of July 2021 due to Covid-19.