Bouddi Coastal Run Logo

Sat 27th Feb 2021
Killcare, Central Coast, NSW

This event deserves a top spot on your summer to-do list! A 14km & 21km trail run held within Bouddi National Park, only 1.5 hours North of Sydney, on the NSW Central Coast. Stunning coastal views with a variety of terrain including smooth trails, cliff tops and hills, sandy expanses, and rocky landscapes — the perfect way to experience the outdoors!

Latest news

2020 Event Postponed

It is with great disappointment that we announce the postponement of Bouddi Coastal Run, planned for Saturday 14th November, 2020 on the Central Coast, NSW. The event is now rescheduled for Saturday 27th February, 2021. Despite the event abiding by the NSW Public Health Order guidelines in relation to COVID-19 and having permission from NPWS, unfortunately NSW Police felt they couldn’t support the event or provide official approval. Read More

Entries Sold Out

Bouddi Coastal Run entries are currently sold out due to current restrictions on event capacity. If you are still looking to enter we encourage you to jump on the Wait List HERE in the event we are able to release additional spots if restrictions are eased and/or other runners withdraw. Read More

Are You A Trail Running Enthusiast?

You must experience this unique event! This scenic trail run offers stunning coastal views from start to finish, it is truly breathtaking. A variety of terrains including smooth trails, cliff tops and hills, sandy expanses, and rocky landscapes will keep the smiles coming. Read More

Entries Open

The spectacular Bouddi Coastal Run is on Saturday 14th November 2020. Entries are now open HERE! The scenery on both the 14km and 21km courses is simply breathtaking with views as far as the eye can see of pristine beaches, rainforest and even a unique marine park. Read More

Results & Photos Available

The third edition of the Bouddi Coastal Run saw over 900 enthusiastic trail runners competing at Putty Beach on the NSW Central Coast. The hot, windy and smoky weather in the lead up to the event were replaced with sunny skies and a cooling sea breeze. Read More