The Jabulani Challenge is a stunning 12km, 22km & 45km trail run and charity fundraiser through the Ku-Ring-Gai National Park in the north of Sydney. Predominantly on single track the trail has everything to offer from waterside tracks, rainforest, bushland, steep hill inclines and creek crossings. Exploring some of the hidden waterways that Pittwater is famous for, it will be hard to believe you are only 30 minutes from the heart of Sydney.
With three distances to choose from the event caters for hardened trail runners to those taking the first steps on their trail running journey.
The start and finish is at Bobbin Head, making it logistically easy, but more importantly a great spot on the edge of the Pittwater for a family day out.
Hear what other runners have to say about this event:
Warren Evans (Karmea Coaching) – Blog Article
Saturday 6th August 2022
Ku-ring-gai Chase national park on Sydney’s north shore (near Bobbin Head).
Gibberagong picnic area in Bobbin Head.
The Jabulani Challenge course is on land managed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service, without whose support the event couldn’t take place.