Event Info

What it’s all about


The Kuringgai Chase Fun Run and Barry Easy Walk is a community fun run and walk incorporating both a 5km walk/run and a 10km fun run.

The course comprises of either one or two 5km loops through the leafy streets of Wahroonga.

The event raises important funds for Special Olympics Sydney Upper North Shore (find out more).

It would not be possible without the support of our fantastic Sponsors (check them out!).


The event will be held on Sunday 18 March 2018.

The 10km Kuringgai Chase Fun Run will kick off at 9am.

The 5km Barry Easy Walk shorting soon after at 9:10am.


Pricing for the Kuringgai Chase Fun Run (10km) and Barry Easy Walk (5km) will be as follows. Early bird entry pricing will be available until the 21st February.

Registration Type Up to 21st Feb After 21st Feb
Adult – 5km $25 $30
Child (under 18) – 5km $15 $20
Adult – 10km $35 $40
Child (under 18) – 10km $20 $25
SO Athlete (5km or 10km) $5 $5


Your race timing bib will be send to your registration address provided you have registered before 11:59 PM on 3 March 2018. All entries after this date will have to collect their timing bibs on the morning of the race.

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The event will start and finish at Claude Cameron Grove in Wahroonga, Sydney. In 2017, the course has extended into Golden Jubilee Field.

The 5km Barry Easy Walk consists of 1 lap of this circuit, whereas the 10km Kuringgai Chase Fun Run is 2 laps of the circuit.



We strongly advise that participants catch public transport to the event. Parking close to the event can be difficult and you do wish to drive we strongly advise you park at Turramurra station and catch our FREE shuttle bus provided by Transdev. This service will be running from the Rohini St Bus Stop at Turramurra Station beginning at 7:45AM.

If you are planning on driving directly to the event we ask that you do not park on the course itself (see map above). Please park away from the event to the West of Eastern Road, to the North of Junction Rd or to the South of Burns Rd.


Post-race activities include a Special Olympics Come ‘N Try Community Carnival, BBQ (prepared by the Epping-Eastwood Lions Club), Picnic and Community Market.

These activities will run from 9:30am onwards at the Claude Cameron Grove in Wahroonga.

Supporting Special Olympics

Sydney Upper North Shore

Special Olympics Sydney Upper North Shore makes a positive impact on the quality of life of children and adults with an intellectual disability. Our schools program helps children and their parents to take that first step of participation through a professionally delivered gross motor skills program.

Our grass-roots sports program starts with 1-on-1 support and provides access to weekly participation that would not otherwise be available. Over 250 athletes at 40 venues in 11 sports across the North Shore.

Where we can we also offset the costs of our althletes and volunteer support team members travelling to regional, state, national and world competions. We help develop leaders and role models through our Athlete Leadership Program.

None of this is possible without financial support – thanks so much on behalf of our special athletes for making a difference.

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Special Olympics actively supports people with intellectual disabilities by giving them the opportunity to compete in sports, develop lasting friendships, engage with their local communities and to reach their full potential.

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