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Sat 4th Feb 2023
Raffertys Resort Lake Macquarie, NSW

A 12km, 22km and 36km trail run hosted from Raffertys Resort. The course takes in the sites of beautiful Lake Macquarie and the stunning coastline of historic Catherine Hill Bay and the Munmorah State Conservation Area.

Latest news

Event Postponed

Due to the extreme rain in the area over the last couple of days, and more expected we have had to make the heartbreaking decision to postpone Raffertys Coastal Run from this Saturday, the 9th of July. After consulting with National Parks, the local council, the resident of Murrays Beach and Raffertys Resort, as well as course inspections, over the past couple of days, and this morning, it has become clear that the event cannot proceed. Read More

Event Program Available

Saturday 9th July, 2022Lake Macquarie, NSW The 2022 edition of Raffertys Coastal Run is nearly here! After a couple of years of COVID delays were are stoked to be returning to the shores of beautiful Lake Macquarie and we look forward to welcoming all runners to the event. Read More

Event Sold Out!

It appears everyone was as excited as us for the Raffertys Coastal Run, as entries have now sold out for this highly anticipated event. If you missed out on an entry, the waitlist is now open. Make sure to sign up and you'll still be in with a chance of getting a spot on the start line. Read More

We Are Racing!

2022 will see runners return to Raffertys Resort for the first time since 2019 - and we know you are as excited as us to get back to this fantastic location! Hosted by Raffertys Resort and sponsored by Lake Macquarie City Council, this event is not to be missed. Read More

Event Postponed

Due to the COVID-19 situation in NSW and the continuing restrictions on outdoor events, Raffertys Coastal Run will not be able to take place as planned on Saturday 23rd October. Unfortunately, the event is just too close to the anticipated lockdown lifting dates, and the rules surrounding outdoor events of this nature once vaccination targets are met remain unclear at this stage. Read More