What is Run Army?
Run Army is a fun run promoting resilience, teamwork and endurance.
We invite the community to join us in recognising the ANZAC spirit and push themselves physically and mentally alongside current serving soldiers, and our First Responders from the Queensland Police, Queensland Ambulance and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services.
Run Army participants will run and walk 5 km or 10 km around Brisbane CBD.
How do I create a team? How many people can join a team?
Team entries will open soon.
Anyone can create a team. Invite friends, colleagues, club members to join your team. Any number of people can join a team.
I can no longer attend, can I get a refund?
Due to the charitable donation as part of your registration to the Run Army event, we regret that we are unable to issue refunds.
Can’t make it to Brisbane? Join us virtually!
Sign up now to take part in Run Army, from your own neighbourhood. We would love you to join us, to support our Australian Army soldiers and the families of our fallen and injured veterans.
Donations from the physical event go to Legacy Brisbane and donations from the virtual event will be donated to local Legacy Clubs.
Taking part in the Virtual Run Army events is easy!
- Sign up for your favourite event. This event is for people of all ages and fitness levels and is designed to encourage people from all backgrounds to run.
- To support our soldiers, choose any day you would like to run between Sunday 14 and Sunday 21 April 2024. Run your distance, and record your run on your preferred device and/or platform. We suggest downloading STRAVA and joining the Run Army Australia group.
- Why not get your friends involved and raise money for Legacy?
- Share your results with the Run Army community, tag @runarmyau on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter and show your support.
- Submit your results online by clicking the link in your official ‘Ready to Run’ email.
- All results need to be submitted between Sunday 14 and Sunday 21 April 2024.
Road closures will be in place for Run Army throughout Brisbane’s CBD. Road closures and course information are available online here.
For event enquiries regarding road closures and changed conditions please call the hotline 07 3124 6099.
Plan ahead and park in one of the following easy to access locations for your Run Army experience.
When should you plan to arrive?
Please ensure you are aware of all road closures and changed traffic conditions in place for the event. We recommend you plan to arrive at least 1.5hrs before your race start time.
First Runner starts at 07:00
Your race number will include a tear off tag complete with your race number identification. Bring this with you and affix to your bag whilst you hit the streets of Brisbane.
Note: Whilst all care is taken, baggage storage is utilised at your own risk. We recommend leaving valuables at home.
4Live Results will be supplied by our timing partner, Sports Event Services. Your race bib number has an integrated timing chip, which will record your personal finish time for your event.
What do I need to bring and are there storage facilities?
Your race bib number will have a special tear off tag that can be affixed to your baggage. A bag drop area will be available where you can leave your items whilst on course. Please note we take no responsibility for lost or stolen items.
Can I change my shirt size?
Due to COVID-19, we are unable to swap shirts if they have already been tried on. Please check the sizing chart online before registering. You can swap your shirt size before online entry changes close on 20 March 2024.
Can I bring my family?
We encourage spectators at the Run Army event!
Can children participate?
Yes, the course is open to people of all ages. Children in prams can participate for free. (Children in prams will not be provided a T-Shirt or race bib unless they are a registered participant).
Is there a COVID safe plan?
Yes. The Army has a COVID safe plan and is following Queensland Health guidelines. Please adhere to the information regarding COVID-19 in the T&Cs and stay home if you are unwell.
What happens in the event of wet weather?
In the event of wet weather, changes may be made to the course to ensure participant safety and in the event of extreme weather conditions the event may be cancelled.
What happens if the event is cancelled?
If the event is cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions or extreme weather you will be notified via email and/or SMS. Please note, as per the T&Cs, we will use reasonable efforts to minimise the cost to you, but entry fees and other costs will not be refunded.
Road closures and changed traffic conditions
Changed traffic conditions
Make sure you are aware of all road closures and traffic changes on Sunday 21 April 2024. To view road closures click here.
For enquiries regarding road closures and changed conditions please call the hotline 07 3124 6099.