2015 results available. Thanks to Phil and Lauren from Racetec for putting these together so quickly.


The Bathurst Half Marathon and 10km is a fast, flat event, usually run in cool conditions in the friendly town of Bathurst, NSW. It’s well-known as the best free sausage sizzle in NSW, which also includes a running race. Everything you need to know is right here, from online entry to course profiles, to information on weather and accommodation.

We’d love your feedback, suggestion or compliments; please email us.

Until race day comes, make sure you check out our Facebook page for regular updates.

We’ll also have some chat and training tips on Twitter - it’s #BHM10km, or our Cool Running Race Forum. And don’t forget to pay a visit to our good friends at the Orange Runners Club.

2015 Prizes (note: to be confirmed)

Cash prizes and medals are awarded to first, second and third, male and female in each event (Half & 10km).

Half 1st $150, 2nd $100, 3rd $50 10km 1st $100, 2nd $60, 3rd $40.

Winner of the Half Marathon is awarded the perpetual “Geoff Brown Trophy” named in honour of race patron and long time race director Mr Geoff Brown.

First Bathurst resident in the Half is awarded the Peter Cooper Memorial Trophy in memory of long time supporter Peter Cooper.

The Cityfit Fitness Club prize is a year’s free membership to first local male & female resident home in the half (2795 postcode).

The Shane Cantrill’s Sportsman’s Warehouse prize $100 towards a pair of running shoes to first local male & female resident home in the 10k (2795 postcode).

All entrants will go into the draw for a range of gifts to be conducted during the official presentation & BBQ at approximately 11.45am. You’ve got a better than 1-in-10 chance so stick around as you must be present to claim a draw prize! Place your bib in the box at the finish.

Some of our supporters (and prize-donors) include The Good Guys, the Knickerbocker Hotel, Elie’s Cafe, Bathurst Rugby Club, Bathurst Rotary Club, Cool Running, and Bathurst Physiotherapy.

Questions or enquiries? Please email us.



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