Life’s too short not to do what you love. Join in on Nikki's dream run.
If not now, when?...
YOU CAN TURN YOUR DREAMS INTO REALITY IF YOU BELIEVE IN YOURSELF!
With her coffee fairy in tow, join her virtually as she runs 2450 miles across Australia!!
ADVENTURE IS WAITING
2450 Miles across Australia takes a lot of planning and preperation. Its not been without its hurdles but Nikki is now ready to conquer her dream.
How does it work?
Whether you are running consistently and looking to celebrate your achievement, or perhaps you’re looking for some motivation to move… we’ve got it covered!
1. Motivation to Move
Our Run Australia Challenge is designed to keep you motivated to move and gain some mileage each day. You will soon discover that you steps, runs and walks all add up!
2. Make up the miles... your way
You can run the miles, if that’s what you want to do, but there are other ways to get across Australia. Include your walking steps, cycle, swim, row – the choice is yours.
3. Supported all the way
Our Start Running Stay Running Community Group is full of amazing runners all cheering you on. Share your run selfies, your Garmin watch pics, your progress along the map sharing with #RUNAUSTRALIA
4. Beautiful medals to keep you motivated!
Our medals are stunning and made of the highest quality and you will want to keep moving in order to earn it! Full colour, thick medal with a colourful ribbon.
5. Keeping you accountable
As part of the challenge, you will see your very own icon move along the map. It's you against your pacer who is moving around 11K a day. Sounds a lot? Well, your steps alone could get you close to that if you're moving 10,000 steps a day.
Working with The ADHD Foundation & Roarsome Runner George
As part of our Run Australia Challenge, we are working with our friend Roarsome Runner George who found running was a great way for him to process his day. George is Neurodivergent and has been raising funds for The ADHD Foundation and their Umbrella Project.
We will be donating 25% of our profits from Run Australia to this project to help get more installations in schools and provide training on neurodiversity awareness.