Next Event: Saturday 6th February 2021
Adventure Race Clinic - Narrabeen, NSW


Event Locations:

February 2021      Cams Wharf, Lake Macquarie, NSW

Featuring kayaking on the beautiful Lake Macquarie, plenty of route choice on the mountain bike legs and an exciting run leg over rock platforms and around (or through) tidal rock pools, the Cams Wharf event is one not to miss. Located a couple of hours drive North of Sydney this event is easily accessible as a day trip for Sydneysiders while being a real local event for Newcastle and Central Coast residents.

March 2021          Enoggera, Brisbane, QLD

Located only a stones throw from the CBD of Brisbane this central location offers everything an adventure racer could hope for. It is an ideal location for teams in the Brisbane area or those travelling up from the Gold Coast or down from the Sunshine Coast. This stunning heritage listed area is a haven for outdoor activities including open water swimming, paddling and much more which makes this event a family friendly day out.

Enoggera, Brisbane QLD

May 2021              Royal National Park, Sydney, NSW

Racing at the historical Royal National Park will be fast and furious. The most popular leg of the series, it is easy to see why when you consider the location so close to the heart of Sydney and the flowing single track mountain biking. There’s is no excuse for missing this one.

Royal National Park, Sydney NSW

July 2021           Wild Horse Mountain, Sunshine Coast, QLD

The only race of the series in Queensland, on the stunning Sunshine Coast. The flat course on offer ensures some exciting racing, while the plethora of trails through the forest means there’s plenty of time that can be gained or lost by smart route choices.

Wild Horse Mountain, Sunshine Coast QLD

September 2021   Glenbrook, Lower Blue Mountains, NSW

The Blue Mountains leg of the series is the final event of the year and the most adventurous. With a purpose built single track section for the mountain bike legs, passing by the mesmerising layers of hand prints and stencils in one of the best examples of Aboriginal art in the Blue Mountains and paddling on the Nepean River, this is one event that will not disappoint.