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Sun 30th Oct 2022
Parramatta, Western Sydney, NSW

A spectacular 5km, 9km, 21.1km (half marathon) or 42.2km (marathon) run along Parramatta River, only 30mins West of Sydney CBD. The course takes in the sites of George Kendall Riverside Park, Meadowbank Park, Rhodes Point, and Newington Nature Reserve using the Parramatta Valley shared use path. With stunning river views showcasing the beauty of this area, it's one not to be missed!

Latest news

Event Postponed

Due to the COVID-19 situation in NSW and the continuing restrictions on outdoor events, the Three Bridges Run will not be able to take place as planned on Sunday 31st October. Unfortunately, the event is just too close to the anticipated lockdown lifting dates, and the rules surrounding outdoor events of this nature once vaccination targets are met remain unclear at this stage. Read More

Entries Open

It’s time to dust off your running shoes because Sydney’s spectacular Three Bridges Run is back on Sunday 31st October 2021. We know you’re going to be super pumped for this one with the thrill of the finish line calling once again. Read More

Results & Photos

That’s a wrap on the third edition of the Three Bridges Run and our first running event of 2020! What a fantastic day for all the 5km, 9km, half and full marathon runners who ran their PB, conquered a challenge or simply had fun getting out there and running again with friends/family. Read More

Last Minute Race Information

The Three Bridges Run is nearly here! The course is set and waiting for you. The updated Event Program is available on the link below with information on all course distances. This important document has all the information you need about the race including the event schedule, location, parking, race bibs and merchandise plus COVID-19 changes for this year. Read More

Event Program Available

The Three Bridges Run in Western Sydney is nearly here and we’re sure you’re all super excited to finally do an event! The course that awaits is truly beautiful; along the vast Parramatta River, through unique wetlands and over some spectacular bridges. Read More