The 2020 Margaret River Ultra Marathon has been RESCHEDULED to 17th October 2020
Read the full statement about the reschedule detailing entry transfers and options – issued 18 March, 2020. >>CLICK HERE<<
Rapid Ascent COVID-19 (Coronavirus) statement – issued 3rd April, 2020. > CLICK HERE <<
RESCHEDULED TO: Saturday 17 October 2020.
An incredible journey through the forests, trails, beaches and bluffs on the beautiful Cape to Cape coastline in South West WA.
You will run past famous surf breaks, iconic wineries and charismatic coastal villages in a journey that is as magical as the Margaret River region is beautiful.
Tackle the race as a solo competitor and run the full 80km course or team up with a group of friends and complete the course as a relay team of up to 5 people doing one (or more) legs each.
Whether you’re an ultra-marathon rookie or long-distance devotee, make The Margaret River Ultra Marathon your next goal!
|DATE||Rescheduled date: Saturday 17th October, 2020 |
|DISTANCES||80km solo ultra marathon, or 80km relay team (of 2 to 5 runners)|
Leg breakdown: 10.5km, 18km, 18km, 20km, 13.5km
|LOCATION||Start – Hamelin Bay, Western Australia|
Finish – Cheeky Monkey Brewery and Cidery, Caves Road, Wilyabrup
|WHO||Australia’s elite runners through to trail running newcomers who are keen to experience the beautiful south west – all welcome.|
|ENTRY FEES||2020 Entry Info & Fees – CLICK HERE|
|ENTRIES||Entries for 2020 are OPEN! CLICK HERE|
|FLIGHTS||NEW flight-route announced with Jetstar, Melbourne to Busselton Margaret River WA from $75. CLICK HERE|
View our 30sec promo video premiering at Run Nation for Margaret River Ultra Marathon 2020
We look forward to sharing this magnificent journey with you and through the pages of this website provide information on the (spectacular) course, how to train for the event and plenty of other details to help get you to the start line (and finish line!) whether this is your first ultra marathon or your fortieth.
Truly unique way to immerse yourself in the beautiful south west and explore gems only accessible by foot. Scarlett, 2019 Competitor
It was EPIC! Really tough, incredibly beautiful trails. I had one of the best days ever. I already want to compete again! Just awesome! Lisa, 2019 Competitor
What an incredible journey! The 2019 event saw more than 850 passionate runners from across Australia competing, and many doing the ultra for the first time. The raw emotion displayed on the faces of finishers says it all!
“I witnessed beaches and coastal views unlike anything I’ve ever seen. All whilst conquering my first ultra with an amazing bunch of people. Can’t wait to come back.” Tashie, 2018 Competitor