No, the course will not be accessible before the event.
The Tough Bloke Challenge is accessible to all runners with the correct preparation. If you haven't been for a run recently, now's the time to get
training. If you are uncomfortable with any obstacle, you can skip it, but there will be a 10 minute time penalty for every obstacle missed.
The course will be marked with brightly coloured markers for easy guidance. Marshalls will also be positioned at critical points
along the course for extra guidance when it is needed. The trail outline and markings will be discussed at the briefing prior to the
commencement of the event.
Wear some old clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. A good suggestion is to buy some clothes from the Salvation Army which you won't mind throwing away at the end of the event (please make sure you take all your rubbish and old clothes with you when you leave).
Closed shoes must be worn, so get out those old runners that you don't mind getting dirty.
There will be water available along the course.
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You can drive to the venue and park in the available parking
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On Saturday and Sunday there will be a free shuttle bus running from Campbelltown train station every hour starting from 8am and last shuttle leaves the Scout Park at 5pm. It takes about 30 minutes to
get from the train station to the Scout Park.
There is no general team category for the Tough Bloke Challenge, you will be able to start at the same time as your mates.
No, you do not need a support crew for this event. The nature of the race will require you to be self-sufficient out on the
course, but you are more than welcome to have supporters cheer you on.
Yes, we would encourage you to bring your family and friends along to watch you take on the Tough Bloke Challenge. There will be a jumping castle
for the kids to play on and plenty of activities to see. If you have water pistols or old sponges, get your family to bring them along, they can
spray you with water on some of the activities.
Top participants should finish the Tough Bloke Challenge in under an hour depending on conditions.
There are prizes for category winners and for best fancy dress (male and female). For further details, click here
You may make your own arrangements for camping or dorm style accommodation at the event centre for the Friday night. You can contact the venue directly to
book accommodation. For more accommodation options, click here
The event will start at 09:00hrs followed by wave starts at 1 minute intervals. There will be 4 people per start wave. When you enter you can pick the next available time slot (hourly) to start in. When you register on the day you will be allocated a 5 minute starting slot. Start times will be on a first come first serve basis.
While out on the course you may experience some hold ups on certain obstacles. If this happens to you, please be patient and follow the directions of the marshals. It is also a good chance to take a break and catch your breath.
Registration for the event will be open from 8am on challenge day. All participants must register to receive their race number, transponders for timing.
If you live in the Sydney metro area you can drive up on the morning of the challenge but you will have
to allow at least 70 mins to get to the event centre.
If you live in the Melbourne metro area you can drive up on the morning of the challenge but you will have
to allow at least 40 mins to get to the event centre.
Refund and cancellation details can be found on the bottom of the Entry