Bibra Lake Fun Run is back and better than ever

It’s time to lace up your sneakers – because the Bibra Lake Fun Run is back in 2022 and the iconic event promises to be bigger and better than ever.

Scheduled for Sunday 11 September, the event begins at 8am with the first runners starting at 8.30am from the corner of Gwilliam and Progress Drives. 

This year’s event will include both a 6km run and 12km run around the scenic lake. 

A swag of prizes is up for grabs – with $4,000 worth of prize-money and vouchers available for five different age groups across both distances. 

All participants who register for the race will enter a draw to win a 12-month Cockburn ARC membership or a Fitbit Inspire. 

Cockburn Mayor, Logan Howlett, said that event was inclusive of people of all fitness levels, ages and interests.
“The Bibra Lake Fun Run 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.”

“The event will have a rolling line-up of entertainers, music and activities including kids Zumba classes and face painting – it will be a great day out for the whole family.”

The run is free and all are welcome including wheelchair rollers, pram pushers and walkers with pets on leads.
Temporary road closures will be in place on Progress Drive (between Hope Road and Gwilliam Drive) and on Hope Road (between Progress Drive and Bibra Drive) from 8.00am and 9.30am on the day of the Fun Run. 

For more info, including registrations for a timed run visit the City's website.

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Western Australia, 6965

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