Run For MI Life 0408 079 471 Join the fun and get running!


Got a question? Check out our FAQs. If you still haven’t found your answer, get in touch with us through our online enquiry form on the contact page.

How Do I Enter?

You can register online when registrations become open.

What is the cost?

Adults $35
Children $25 - Ages up to 12 years
Family Pass $95 - 2 Adults & 2 Children
Primary School Group $20 - min 15 per booking
High School Group $30 - min 15 per booking

Can i enter on the day

Yes, you can register and pay on the day.

Know which run you will be attending, how many people you are registering, correct shirt sizes for each person if you are registering before the cut-off date.
Also credit card details for payment.

See if a friend can help you or contact us.

If you register before the shirt cut-off date you will receive a free runners shirt or singlet and a goodies bag.

Charity Event

Yes, Run for MI Life is a Charity event raising awareness for depression and suicide.
Funds raised go towards Suicide Prevention, training, education and research.

No, we do not do refunds as this is a charity event.

No, you can run, walk, skip or crawl. We do not allow bikes on the course however for safety reasons.
Also if you register, you do not necessarily have to do the fun run at all.

No, all ages are welcome to enter.

Roads will reopen at 9am, however most participants are finished by 8.30am

Your Run for MI Life shirt or singlet and comfortable exercise clothing, joggers and a hat.

No, we do not have official timing. The time doesn’t matter, it is all about having fun and just doing it.

Yes, you are more than welcome to bring your dogs, as long they are on a lead and you clean up after them.

Yes, prams / strollers are allowed.

Unfortunately no pushbikes are allowed due to health and safety guidelines, all others are ok.

Please find Run for MI Life Volunteer that will be wearing a high-vis vest and let them know as quickly as possible.
They will have the MC do an announcement. There will also be police officers present.