The Sunday Mail Transurban Bridge to Brisbane is nearly here! 30,000 locals and visitors will take to Brisbane’s streets and the iconic Gateway Bridge for a 4.5km or 10km walk, run, jog or wheel this Sunday 15 October.
There is still time to jump in the cue…. Here are all the details.
General Entry: $67 per person (Children in prams are free)
Start Line: Southern end of the Gateway Bridge, Murarrie
- 6:10am – Elite Wheelies
- 6:15am – Blue Elite Runners + Red Elite Runners
- 6:20am – VIP Charities
- 6:25am – Green Runners
- 6:50am – Yellow Joggers
- 7:15am – Walkers
General Entry: $57 per person (Children in prams are free)
Start Line:Hercules Park, Hamilton
- 10am – Purple Elite Runners, Orange Runners, Aqua Joggers
- 10:10am – Pink Walkers
Can’t join in person? No worries! You can join Bridge to Brisbane’s Virtual Run.
The Virtual Run is a race that you can run, jog or walk from any location you choose – on your favourite trail, in a local park, around your local neighbourhood loop or on a running track. You get to run your own race, at your own pace.
Download The Sunday Mail Transurban Bridge to Brisbane app and use this app as your official tracker at any time or date between Friday 13 October 2023 (AEST) to Sunday 22 October 2023 (AEST). More info here.
To date, individuals and teams have raised more than $725,000 for charities across Queensland.
The top individual fundraiser is Peter Madsen, who is raising funds for The University of Queensland’s Queensland Brain Institute, inspired by his grandmother’s journey with dementia. You can read more about his story and donate to QBI here.
The top fundraising team is Team Transurban which is raising funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities SEQ. You can read more about Team Transurban and donate to RMHC SEQ here.
Since the first Bridge to Brisbane in 1997, the event has raised more than $14 million for Queensland charities.
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