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Upcoming Events

Capricorn Run Co. is the perfect match for nature-loving runners looking for thrilling and challenging trail races. With expert course design, aid stations, and a cheering squad, they’ll help you tackle hills, mud pits, and rocky terrain like a superhero. We’re like the Brady Bunch of trail running, a family-owned company that lives and breathes running through rugged terrain!


Mystery Park Trail Festival

27th April 2023

Mystery Park, St Lawrence, Queensland, Australia

Mystery Park Trail Festival is designed to bring together trail runners from all walks of life, from novices to seasoned athletes, for an unforgettable experience in the bushland of Central Queensland. What sets this event apart is that this is the first trail running event in Central Queensland that will host a 100km distance, as well as other events being 11km, 23km, 50km. Each event will see participants following single trails & gravel roads throughout the property on Mystery Park, crossing creek beds before making their way to Connors Range for the hill section then working their way back to the homestead where the start/finish area will be.

Event Details: 
10km, 23km, 50km, 100km Trail Run

3-6-9 Can You Beat The Goose?

22nd June, 2024

124 Camms Road, Cawarral, QLD, Australia, Queensland

Attention all runners, get ready to boogie on down and beat the beat with our funky race rules! No matter what event you’re in, everyone starts at the same time with the aim of completing a 5.5km loop before the cutoff time of 60 minutes. But here’s the twist – you’ve got to boogie back to the start line before “The Clapping Song” starts playing! If you’re not busting a move on the start line when the music starts, you’re out of the race, baby! So lace up those sneakers and get ready to dance your way to the finish line with our groovy race rules.

Event Details:
3, 6, 9 hour Individual

Capricorn Run Co. respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of this land, their elders past, present & emerging for the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples continue to play in Queensland and more importantly the land that we use for outdoor recreation.