Registrations closed – Weston Creek Half Marathon and 10km Community Fun Run

Registrations for the 2022 Weston Creek Half Marathon and 10km Community Fun Run closed 2 March 2022. Early bird registration fees were offered before 24 December 2021.

There will be no late online entries accepted after midnight on Wednesday 2nd March.  Late entries may be arranged at the Runners Shop from Thursday 3rd through Saturday 5th. 

[Apologies, due to lack of organisational resourcing, no late entries being accepted for this year’s event.]

No late entries will be accepted on the day of the event.

The Weston Creek Half Marathon and 10k Community fun run is scheduled for Sunday the 6th of March 2022. All precautions will be taken to minimise any risk from COVID-19 spreading.

The Half Marathon will be held under Covid -19 restrictions which may limit activities before and after the event, depending on what is allowed at that time e.g a presentation ceremony may not be possible and prizes forwarded to the recipients later. The field is limited to 300 participants.

There is a time cut-off for completion of the event of 3 hours 30 minutes.


The early bird entry fee is $55 for individuals and $50 for Griffins and ACTMA members and applies up to 24 December 2021.  From midnight on 24 December to 6 February 2022 the fee rises to $60 for individuals but remains at $50 for Griffins and ACTMA members.  From midnight on 6 February 2022 until closure of registrations on 2 March 2022 the late fee kicks in with $80 for individuals and $70 for Griffins and ACTMA members.

Relay teams of 2 or 3 members pay $80 regardless of when they register up to 2 March.


Race Bibs may be collected from Thursday 3rd March to Saturday 5th March from the Runners Shop in Colbee Court Phillip or on the morning of the race from 6:30 am at Black Mountain Peninsula at the starting line adjacent to the toilet block. Please allow sufficient time to collect your bib and attach it if you intend leaving collection to the Sunday morning.

Race Day

The Half Marathon starts at 0730 on Sunday 6 March near the brick toilet block on Black Mountain Peninsula while the 10km event starts at 0800. Both courses are out and back.  Only the first member of the relay team needs to be at the start line with the first changeover at either the 7km or 10km mark on the half Marathon course.

Depending on the weather the Balloon Festival should provide spectacular views while you run. 

Further details about the event will be emailed to entrants prior to the day.

Runners Shop Gift vouchers for the first three Half Marathon and first three 10km Male and Female runners, and medals for each age group winner in both events.

Lots of barrel-draw prizes

Fees include free soft drinks and wrapped sweets afterwards.

Relay teams comprised of two or three runners (two legs x 10.55 km or three legs of 7 km, 7km and 7.1 km).

Note: this event will be electronically timed and all bibs must be returned after the event or an additional payment of $5 will be requested.

Course Description

The course starts at the end of Garryowen Drive on Black Mountain Peninsula. Runners will proceed along Garryowen Drive and turn left onto the shared path just before Lady Denman Drive. Runners then proceed along the shared path, (keeping to the left hand side) around West Basin and over Scrivener dam, where a few hundred metres after the dam the 10k course turns around. The Half Course continues along the shared paths past the ovals at Curtin, under McCulloch Street and adjacent to Yarra Glen. The shared path then crosses under Melrose Drive and passes the pitch n putt in Woden. Shortly after runners turn and retrace their steps to Black Mountain Peninsula. Here they turn right onto the bike path near the rowing sheds and enter John Cardiff Close for the finish.

There are two drink stations on the course, which are visited twice, once out and once back, situated at the 4km and 8 km mark, and there will be a lead bike for both events.

For further details of the course click here. This interactive map can be scrolled and zoomed.

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