Kokoda Challenge - Gold Coast

Mudgeeraba, Australia • 13-14 Jul 2024

The Gold Coast Kokoda Challenge is an endurance event taking place in the Gold Coast Hinterland on July 13-14, 2024. Participants can choose between 30km, 48km, and 96km distances, facing challenging terrains and multiple creek crossings. The event aims to push participants beyond their limits both physically and mentally, promoting teamwork and the values of courage, endurance, mateship, and sacrifice. Funds raised from the event are donated to the Kokoda Youth Foundation, supporting life-changing youth programs. Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.

Race information

96 km
48 km
30 km
Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.
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