2015 Mudgee Running Festival Wrap Up


And that’s a wrap folks! Thanks to everyone for coming down to race and cheer. We hope you had a great time (sorry about the rain – we’ll work on that). We hope to see you all next year!

Don’t forget to check out your results, share them on Facebook and print out a certificate.

The Mudgee Running Festival Committee would like to extend a massive ‘Thank You’ to everyone who made it all possible!

Mudgee Running Festival 2015


Online registration for the 2015 Mudgee Running Festival is now closed. Final registrations will be available at the Lawson Park on Saturday the 22nd between 3 and 5pm. We look forward to seeing you soon!

The Mudgee Running Festival is well known for its relaxed friendly atmosphere, perfect for the first timer who is looking for a no-pressure race, yet still a course that is challenging to the experienced marathoner.

The course weaves itself through the picturesque Mudgee valley; past vineyards, wineries, farmland, grazing cattle, and a band of friendly and enthusiastic volunteers cheering you on!

All entrants in the half and full marathon receive a quality Mudgee Running Festival shirt and finishers medal, as well as a complementary BBQ lunch.

It’s a fun family event with a great festival atmosphere. There’s a jumping castle for the kids, a massage service for competitors, food & drinks, and very importantly, good coffee!

The Half Marathon, Marathon, 5km & 10km Fun Runs will all be run on the Sunday.

Online registrations are open now and will close at 6pm on the 20th of August.

Like Us On FacebookPlease view our FAQs for answers to many of your questions regarding the festival.

Mudgee Club Championships

It’s Club Championship Time Folks Sunday, March 29 7:45am Registration for LONG COURSE 8:00am LONG COURSE start  8:30am Registration for kids & short course 9:15am Little Devils start 9:30am Big Devils start 9:45am SHORT COURSE start Presentation of Trophies  Delicious Barbeque Please bring along a salad to share or a dessert Stay around after the…

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