Race day timetable
07.00: Registration and bib collection
08.15: Registration and bib collection close
08.30: 10km run starts
08.40: 5km run starts
08.45: 5km walk starts
All participants are required to wear a supplied race bib. The bib must be clearly displayed, pinned across the outside of the midriff area on the participant’s top.
For those who pre-register, please remember to bring your race bib to the event as we cannot guarantee a replacement.
Your race bib has your timing chip already attached to it and will activate when you pass through the starting line. Your timing finishes the moment you pass through the finish line.
Please do not bend or fold your timing chip on your bib as it will null and void any results. Your timing chip does not need to be returned so you are welcome to keep your bib after the race.
Results will be captured by professional race timing company Tomato Timing. All participants in all categories will be timed.
Results and Certificates
Each participant will receive an official certificate with their recorded time. Results and certificates will be available electronically via this website in the days following the event.
Individual prizes will be awarded to the first male and female in both the 10km and 5km runs as well as the individual who raises the most money for Latrobe Regional Hospital.
Mystery prizes will be awarded in the 5km walk, based on random times.
• Pram participants - To ensure the safety of all participants, pram participants will be asked to start at the back of the field;
• No pets, bicycles, skateboards, inline skates (roller blades) or scooters are allowed;
• Running with head sets - Participants can wear headphones but are asked to be mindful that they are under the direction of marshals. The course is multi-lap and lead runners may pass you. Showing common courtesy to other runners is requested. Also be aware of any emergency vehicles on the course.
Kay Street and a section of Elizabeth Street, Phillips Street and Grubb Avenue will be closed to vehicles from 7.30am to 10.30am on the day of the event. There is no designated parking for this event. For more details see course information page.
Parking is available throughout the Traralgon CBD including at Stockland Plaza, the car park behind Ryans Hotel (access off Grey Street), and street parking on Franklin, Seymour, Hotham, Grey (outside the former council offices) and Church streets.
There are no on-course toilet facilities provided. There are a number of public toilet facilities in the Traralgon CBD including at Hotham Street in the multi-storey car park complex, Stockland Plaza and inside the former council offices in Kay Street.
Families and friends are encouraged to come along and enjoy the event. Spectators are permitted to line the course.
A water station will be available on-course and bottled water available at the conclusion of the race courtesy of Cool Aqua Springs.
Coles Traralgon will provide fruit for competitors at the conclusion of the race.
Tea and coffee will be available for purchase courtesy of Premiere Function Centre.
St Johns Ambulance will provide on-course first aid during the event.
There are no storage facilities on site, so please leave your valuables at home. You will need to make arrangements to store your own personal items.
We need volunteers to assist with the running of the event and without them the event would not be possible.
Becoming a volunteer can be a very rewarding and satisfying experience. Volunteers are a special group of people who contribute to the success of the event.
For more information please contact the LRH Fundraising Team on (03) 5173 8577.