Choose your distance
Perth’s most beautiful courses
Wherever you look there’s a sea of people across the most picturesque course in Australia. Perth’s best natural assets are on show starting from the colonial heritage of St Georges Tce and finishing on the lush parklands with ocean views, City Beach Oval. The marathon and half marathon traverses past the crystal waters of the Swan River, the iconic Old Swan Brewery and through the scenic route of the botanical wonder of Kings Park, with a view of the spectacular skyline across the City. The 12km runners head up the hill that runners love to hate past Kings Park and then into the lively streets of Subiaco where everyone comes out of their shops to support you. Our family friendly 4km course joins onto the tail of everyone starting in Mclean Park, Floreat before heading over the hill to see that million-dollar view of the ocean. Whatever your distance you will achieve an amazing goal supporting Activ and see the views that make Perth so special.
Grab your friends, join a team or start your own challenge for a day of fun and fitness! There’s something for everyone – you can run, walk or roll through the 4km, 12km, Half Marathon or Marathon. For the ultimate experience, enter our series events in Albany, Busselton, Geraldton, Karratha and Perth.
We’ve generated over $10 million in the last 15 years, with fun-raising open to any charity, not-for-profit or school. No other fun run is produced by the community, for the community and owned by a charity. Start fun-raising for your chance to win, with over $50,000 in prizes! You could be an ‘Activ Hero’ by raising vital funds for Activ and help reach our $1 million target.
Join the largest volunteer event in WA, because community is at the heart of what we do. Team up with a friend or nominate your company to support your volunteering efforts and join 1,200 other West Aussies. Volunteering is a great way to be involved in the event spirit and contributes to good mental health. Choose from Perth, Albany, Busselton, Geraldton and Karratha.