One Bridge, Two Communities

Wentworth Point and Rhodes are two of Sydney’s fastest growing suburbs located on the glistening Parramatta River.

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The inaugural BBBRun 2017 was a great success, with lots of positive feedback from both the participants and stakeholders.

The BBBRun made a bit of a splash, our event was picked up by Channel Nine News and also the Inner West courier.

Wentworth Point and Rhodes are waterfront suburbs, popular due to their proximity to public transport, water, parks and retail. The two picturesque suburbs are close-knit communities that collaborate on many events throughout the year and now, thanks to the introduction of the newly constructed Bennelong Bridge, this has become effortless.

The new pedestrian, cycling and public transport bridge was brought to the community by the ecologically sustainable developer, Billbergia.

Billbergia has been creating social infrastructure in Wentworth Point and Rhodes for more than ten years, which has resulted in the creation of a vibrant community filled with parks, bridges, restaurants and retail.

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Running Routes

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10KM FLAT RUN

10KM FLAT RUN

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2KM FAMILY FUN RUN

2KM FAMILY FUN RUN

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The 10 kilometre run will commence in the prominent waterfront suburb Rhodes, with start on the Bennelong Bridge.

The race will take participants over the Bennelong Bridge and through Wentworth Point and Sydney Olympic Park, hugging the picturesque Parramatta River.

There will also be a 2 kilometres charity DONATION fun run over the Bennelong Bridge to give families and children a chance to participate.

10km Entry

$ 40

before the day of the race. The earlier always the better.

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10km Entry on the day

$ 50

Race day

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2km Family Run

donation

until the day before the race

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find your answers about the run from the below list

Online entries will close at 8pm Saturday 24th February 2018.

You can also enter all events on race day. Race day registrations may be limited and we can’t guarantee that entries will be available, so we urge you to pre register. You will need to fill out a form (available once online entries close) and pay first before getting your registration number and timing chip.

You must collect your race number from the registration desk on race day, we strongly advise to get there early to avoid extensive queuing.

Yes. Kids under 10 should be under an adult supervision at all time.

Hence it is mandatory that parents run with their child(ren). Any participant will receive a bib. The bib will indicate to the course officials that you are an official participant in the event but you will not be timed.

Timings for the 2017 event will be confirmed closer to the event

6:00am – Registration opens
6:45am – Registration closes
7:15am – Start for all runners (10 kms race)
9:00am – Start for the Family bridge run

Please listen out for announcements on the day from the MC as these times may change.

Who organises the Bennelong Bridge Run and where do the profits go?
The Bennelong Bridge Run is brought to you by Hamish and Glen, two local passionate runners. This event isn’t designed to make money rather it is a community fun run, but unfortunately in the day and age of insurances, road closures and other costs we are charging a minimal entry fee to cover our costs.

What sponsorship opportunities are available for 2017?
All sponsorship enquiries should be sent to info@bbbrun.com.au.

Can I get involved without running?
Yes we would love you to come volunteer. It should be a great event with lots going on, and it would be a great way to give back to the community while having fun. If you want to volunteer then feel free to contact us.

Who can I contact if I have any questions?
We kindly ask that you only contact us should your question not be answered in the FAQ’s. If your question is not answered in the FAQ’s please email info@bbbrun.com.au.

The 10km is timed. The Family bridge run is not timed.

For the 10km event there is disposable timing device, which will be attached to the rear of your bib/entry number. Your timing device allows us to register your official event time.

Results will be available within 24 hours after the event via our website. Usually, all things going well, the results will be available on the afternoon of the event.

Anyone! Kids under 10 should be under an adult supervision at all time.

Please note there are no refunds for any reason whatsoever for non-starters.

The starting line is on the Bennelong Bridge, at the Rhodes end, at the corner of Shoreline Dr and Gauthorpe St.

Can I run with a pram?
Yes you can but please start at the rear of the field.

Can I participate with a music player?
Music players are allowed on the course. If you are using an iPod or mp3 on course please follow these guidelines:
▪Volume must be kept low so as not to cause offence or disturbance to other participants and so you can hear instructions and directions given by event officials, course marshals and emergency services personnel.
▪music players must not be turned on until after the start of your event so that you can hear all instructions and announcements given at the start line.
▪You must remain aware of your surroundings at all times, pay particular attention to lead and emergency vehicles and show courtesy to all other participants.

Click here for more or submit an enquiry with our contact form.

The team

The Billbergia Bennelong Bridge Run is brought to you by two passionate local running enthusiasts, Glen and Hamish, who have entered numerous local and overseas running events. The two have a wealth of experience in organising running events, including Parkrun, Ironman and others. Glen and Hamish have teamed up with Billbergia in an effort to build a spectacular local event, which will stimulate the local community and ensure Rhodes and Wentworth Point are lively areas both to live in and visit.

Hamish Campbell Co-Director

Volunteers

Volunteers are the most important resource that community organisations have. It's their hard work that makes it possible to deliver a great event for the betterment of the community.

Glen Lebeau Co-Director

Contact Us

Have a question or want to join our volunteer team? Drop a line and let’s start the conversation.

 
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