Round the Bays

Auckland, Online
Sun 5 March 2023

Round the Bays isn’t your average fun run – it’s New Zealand’s largest! Boasting over 34,000 participants each year and growing. It’s home is the vibrant city of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, with the 8.4km course following the Waitematā Harbour’s picturesque coastline.

This time you can do it your way – either join in on the day at Tamaki Drive or join virtually from wherever you are in the world! Are you in? See you Sunday 5 March 2023. Run for a reason and raise funds for your favourite charity. This year they are aiming to help raise over $300,000 for all charities involved, so go ahead, choose a cause close to your heart and get fundraising. Register your entry online today. Sign up as an individual, with your friends, whānau, colleagues or as part of a team to enjoy this iconic event.



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Round the Bays


The start line is located in downtown Auckland on Quay St beside Spark Arena.




Open to all. Strollers and non racing wheelchair users to go in the Walkers category. There is an elite wheelchair division.

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