Tom Cullity Trail 2016
Wineries of Tom Cullity
Approx 14km run and 6km walk or run, off road through 6 of Margaret Rivers most iconic wineries. Never road, and always stunning - a brand new run for WA. Kids welcome.More.
Margaret River's Running Club
Margaret River is an ideal place for trail running. It has 100s of kilometers of trails and tracks with many accessible from the heart of town. There is the famed Cape to Cape track and dozens of trails running off it. There is also the Rails to Trails, old logging roads, fire trails, beaches and river-side paths all adding up to a trail runners paradise. We run all over the cape - from Busselton to Augusta.
Margaret River Trail Runners is a club formed to take advantage of these trails, to encourage more people to run and to meet and socialise with other runners. we are one of the few trail running clubs in Western Australia. The club also organises some larger running events to attract runners from other areas. We are open to runners of all abilities and ages.
Visitors interested in running trails, and don't know where they are might check out our Facebook page, where certain runs are archived, or this page if you can reach it Map My Run
There is a run most Saturdays at 7am, some on Saturday afternoons and the occasional larger event. To run with us all you need to do is email us, and we will let you know where the runs are and any other details.
If you would like to join then please send in the form here. Visitors to Margaret River are also welcome and should enjoy finding some of our 'off the beaten track' places even most locals don't know about.
White Elephant Run
The White Elephant cafe is the major sponsor of the White Elephant Run a relay run for 2 runners or solo held 28 April 2013 at 2pm, along the Cape to Cape from Gracetown to Gnarabup.
Want a beach party or function against the backdrop of Gnarabup Bay? It doesn't get any better than the White Elephant Cafe!
The White Elephant caters for weddings, parties and functions up to 150 guests. And did you know that they can bring a liquor licence to the coastline?