The Carman's Women's Fun Run 2017 , proudly supporting Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA), is on Sunday 3 December 2017. The run starts at the Catani Gardens in St Kilda and distances are 5km, 10km, Half Marathon and Girls Mini Run.
Whether you walk, run or just have fun, it's all about getting together with friends and family and having a great day supporting a great cause. St Kilda will be turned 50 shades of pink on the day, so start planning your pink outfit today.
The Half Marathon and 10km start at 7:30am whilst the 5km run starts at 9:30am. The Girls Mini Run kicks off at 11am.
5km Run / Walk: Adults $55 Juniors $45 10km Run / Walk: Adults $65 Juniors $55 Half Marathon: $95
Girls Mini Run: $20
Included in your entry 2017 Carman's Women's Fun Run T-Shirt
•Personalised Bib (if you register before COB Friday 13 October)
•Your personal run time recorded
•Footage of you crossing the Finish Line
•Fully closed roads along Beaconsfield Parade and Marine Parade in spectacular St Kilda
•Finishers Medal and E-Certificate
Prices increase from 30 October, so click here to register at the lower price. Please note that there are no entries on the day for this event. All entries must be done online prior to the event.
Fundraise for BCNA and you run for free. By committing to fundraise $500, you will play a special part in the Carman's Women's Fun Run. Not only will you be contributing to an important cause, the first 350 women to hit their $500 target will have their registration fee waived and receive a t-shirt and special gift from BCNA to help them "pink up" for the day. Click here to find out more about how you can fundraise for this great cause.
Carman's Women's Fun Run is a special day out for the girls only.
Wheelchair/prams/strollers/pushers are permitted to take part. Select the Wheelchair/Stroller/Pram category when entering. This category will be starting 5mins behind the 5km and 10km start time. There are no prizes for this category.
Getting to the event:
Please note that there will be road closures in place on Beaconsfield Pde, Jacka Bvd, Marine Pde and Point Ormond Rd between Kerferd Rd and Glen Huntly Rd, between 6.30am and 11.30am. Parking is limited in the car park at the St Kilda Sea Baths and on nearby streets. Please note that council parking fees and other restrictions apply. Vehicles parked on the course must not leave until the roads are reopened (approx. 11:30am).
Follow the event and share your fundraising on their Facebook page.