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Date: June 24th, 2017
Venue: Torquay
Time: 08:30 am
Location: Fairhaven, Victoria, Australia
Categories: Full Marathon, Half Marathon
Add to Calendar 06/24/2017 00:01 06/24/2017 23:59 Asia/Singapore Surf Coast Trail Marathon 2017 Surf Coast Trail Marathon 2017
06.30 am Bus schedule starts from Fairhaven to Torquay (refer to bus schedule)

06.30 am–8:00 am Late Event Registration, Bomboras Kiosk / Torquay Angling Club, Fishermans Beach, The Esplanade, Torquay

08.15 am Marathon race briefing at the start line at Torquay

08.30 am Marathon starts (individual and team runners)

09.30 am Late registration, Half Marathon, Point Addis

10.45 am Half Marathon race briefing, on beach, Point Addis

11:00 am Half Marathon starts at Point Addis

11.15 am-11.30 am First marathon runner expected to finish at Fairhaven

12.30 pm First half marathoner expected over line

14.30 pm Event Presentations at Fairhaven Surf Life Saving Club (FSLSC)

From 18:00 pm (although you can get there anytime during the day!) - Post run fun, music, food and celebratory drinks at the Airey’s Pub
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The Surf Coast Trail Marathon is a trail running event offering participants marathon and half marathon runs along the stunning Surf Coast Walk tracking from Torquay to Fairhaven on Victoria's famed Surf Coast, an hour south west of Melbourne.

In the marathon, you can have a crack at the full distance solo, or knock off roughly half each in teams of two. Or try the half for a taster.

In many ways, this is the perfect event for all runners eyeing the two quintessential distances. For road runners it offers a first taste for trail, without being intimidating as a relatively non-technical, non-remote, non-mountainous trail. For experienced trailites, the route still features stunning wilderness with coastal viewpoints you won't believe (and becomes a truly go-fast course with plenty of good twists and turns).

From iconic Bells Beach (yes you run a short stretch of this hallowed turf) to the clifftops of Point Addis and Anglesea and on to Split Point lighthouse at Airyes Inlet: this course deserves to be renowned for the sheer experience of journeying through a unique natural environment . We thought that a run along its entirety was worth a shot.
  Event day schedule:
06.30 am Bus schedule starts from Fairhaven to Torquay (refer to bus schedule)

06.30 am–8:00 am Late Event Registration, Bomboras Kiosk / Torquay Angling Club, Fishermans Beach, The Esplanade, Torquay

08.15 am Marathon race briefing at the start line at Torquay

08.30 am Marathon starts (individual and team runners)

09.30 am Late registration, Half Marathon, Point Addis

10.45 am Half Marathon race briefing, on beach, Point Addis

11:00 am Half Marathon starts at Point Addis

11.15 am-11.30 am First marathon runner expected to finish at Fairhaven

12.30 pm First half marathoner expected over line

14.30 pm Event Presentations at Fairhaven Surf Life Saving Club (FSLSC)

From 18:00 pm (although you can get there anytime during the day!) - Post run fun, music, food and celebratory drinks at the Airey’s Pub
  Entry fees
Full Marathon - $135 (INCLUDES TEE PRIOR 31st MARCH)
Half Marathon - $85 (INCLUDES TRUCKER CAP PRIOR 31st MARCH)
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