Bibra Lake Fun Run is back and better than ever

The Olympics might have been cancelled in 2020, but not the Bibra Lake Fun Run.

The iconic local fun run officially is back this year and promises to be bigger and better than ever. Scheduled for Sunday 20 September, the run will begin at 8.30am from the Corner of Gwilliam and Progress Drives.

In addition to the 6km run, this year’s event will feature entertainers, music and activities including kids Zumba classes, face painting and DJ Stevie M.

Cockburn Mayor, Logan Howlett, said the City was pleased to be able to hold the fun run for the community in such a turbulent year for sporting events.

“We have seen Wimbledon and the Olympics cancelled and many other major sporting events have been delayed or interrupted. I am thrilled that we have been able to go ahead with the Bibra Lake Fun Run and give our community something to look forward to,” said Mayor Howlett.

“The event is all about fitness, fun and community. We welcome serious runners who want to test themselves, as well as people who just want a casual jog or walk, and families looking for an activity to enjoy together.”

In order to control risks related to COVID-19, several safety measures will be taken at the event and hand sanitizer will be made readily available.  

The run is free and all are welcome including wheelchair rollers, pram pushers and walkers with pets on leads.
There will be temporary road closures from 8.00am to 9.00am during the event on Progress Drive between Hope Road and Gwilliam Drive and on Hope Road between Progress Drive and Bibra Drive.

For more info, including registrations for a timed run visit here.

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