Entry & Registration FAQ's
How much does it cost to enter?
Check back here for more information when 2020 registrations open.
What Is The Date Of The 2020 Event?
Sunday, 30 August 2020.
When Do Entries Open For 2020?
Registrations for the Chevron City to Surf for Activ 2020 are not yet open. Sign up here to get the latest news and information.
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How Do I Pay For My Entry?
When registrations open in 2020, you will be directed to your registration page. You will be able to complete your registration and payment information during this process.
What Does My Entry Fee Cover?
After a successful Chevron City to Surf 2019, we are working hard behind the scenes to bring you so many new and interesting aspects to enjoy in 2020. Stay tuned for more updates.
My Plans Have Changed, Can I Transfer My Entry Or Get A Refund?
For more information on transferring your registration stay tuned for when registrations in 2020 are available.
Can I Change Events?
Of course, plans change all the time. We can always accommodate a change in distances.
For more information on how to transfer your entry, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
How Do I Edit My Online Entry?
When registration opens, you can change any of your registration details, please email our customer service team – email@example.com for assistance.
Do I Need To Register My Child In A Pram?
We encourage families to participate including parents with prams/strollers. Prams/Strollers are only allowed in 4km and 12 km events. For safety reasons, all participants with Prams/Strollers must be entered into the final wave for the Perth Event. If children in prams will also walk part of the course, they must be registered as participants.
Are There Any Age Restrictions?
The minimum age to participate in the Marathon is 18 Years of Age.
The minimum age to participate in the Marathon is 16 Years of Age.
12km & 4KM
There are no age restrictions, however, all entrants regardless of age must be fully registered online to be allowed on course due to safety regulations and they will be provided with a chest bib to wear for identification.