With more than 20 different race categories, there is something for everyone and all levels of fitness – even the family pet!
Join in and participate – you will love the feeling of conquering that hill not to mention the cheers and smiles that you will get as you make your way to the top and finish line – all to help kids in hospital!
Registrations are open!
Discounts are available on certain races for registrations. See table below
'Early Burn' before
Fri 5th April
Sat 25th May
Children (including Primary School Challenge)
Parent & Child Race
(up to 2 adults & 3 children)
Humpty’s Run for Community Groups & Hospitals
What are the different race categories?
Age Categories & Open Races
Male 70+ / Female 70+
Male 60+ / Female 60+
Male 50 - 59 / Female 50 - 59
Male 40 - 49 / Female 40 - 49
Male 30 - 39 / Female 30 - 39
Open Male / Female (All Ages)
For hospitals and community groups. Register individually but run as a team! The first four runners from one group to cross the finish line will be the winning team.
Parent & Child (12 & Under)
Tackle the hill together! For up to 2 adults and 3 children (minimum 1 adult and 1 child under 12). Members must cross the finishing line together to receive an official race time.
Years K-2 & Years 3-6 (including Primary School Challenge)
Parents should register their children individually and select their child's school, to ensure their entry is part of the Primary School Challenge. The first FOUR runners from one school to cross the finish line will be the winning team.
Elite Invitational (Queen & King of the Hill)
This event is by invitation only with some of Australia’s top athletes battling it out to take home some serious prize money! For more information please contact us.
An inspiring event! This is an elite wheelchair race by invitation only. All athletes must be registered prior to Race Day and race in a qualified racing chair. Please contact Humpty on 02 9419 2410 if you would like more information.
Pet & Owner
There’s even a race for you and your four-legged friend (or even your goldfish!). You can also purchase a PAWTICIPANT dog lead so your pooch can race up Awaba Street in style!
Balmoral ‘No Burn’ Walk
Conquer the hill at your own pace!
Breaking Barriers Walk
Following a snow skiing accident, at 14, Alexandra Scott (Bub) suffered a severe brain injury.
Her resilience, courage and fight to recover continues daily. Bub hopes to inspire anyone with a disability or illness, their family, friends and the wider community to join the BREAKING BARRIERS race and show it's all about what we can do, not what we can't.