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WildEndurance will not be taking place in 2016. Please do not register for this year. 


Event Rules

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  1. All team members must be aged 18 or above on the day of the event.
  2. At the start of the event each 100km team must be made up of three to seven members, 50km teams of two to seven.
  3. For the 2nd year we have the Veterans Awards  - awarded to participants that have completed WildEndurnace 5 times, and the Masters Awards - awarded to teams where each member is 50 or over.
  4. 100km teams must complete the course within 36 hours and 50km teams within 21 hours, respectively, on foot under their own power (trekking poles permitted).
  5. The whole team must stay together, within 100m of each other while on the course.
  6. Teams must stay on the marked course. Shortcuts are not permitted.
  7. At least one member of each team must check-in at the Pre-Event Registration centre between 5pm and 8pm on the Friday before the event.

Awards and Prizes
  1. To qualify for line honour prizes a team must complete the course with all of the same members that the team started with.
  2. All teams that raise the minimum sponsorship amount qualify for fundraising prizes, whether they complete the event course or not.

  1. In order to compete in the event, teams must have raised the mandatory minimum of $400 per member by COB on Friday 24th April 2015. This is in addition to the non-tax deductible registration fee.
  1. All fundraising activities undertaken by participants must adhere to NSW State Government Regulations.


Participant who do not reach the minimum $400 fundraising target will not recieve a race bib and will not be able to participate in the event. Don't forget, we are here to help ensure you reach your goals so please contact us if you are concerned about reaching this target.

Checkpoints and Team Tracking

  1. The whole team must check in and check out together at each checkpoint. On arrival at each checkpoint the whole team must go directly to the 'timing table' to check in. The whole team must be together to check in. When leaving each checkpoint the whole team needs to return to the 'timing table' together to check out. Teams must not check out until they are actually leaving the checkpoint.
  2. If a team decides to leave the course temporarily for any reason, it must do so from a designated checkpoint. The entire team must notify checkpoint staff of their intention and an estimated return time. The team must resume the event at the same checkpoint it left from.
  3. If a team has not departed a checkpoint by the checkpoint closing time, the team will not be allowed to continue.

Withdrawals, Emergency and Safety Procedure
  1. If a team member needs to withdraw at a checkpoint, the withdrawing member must sign the withdrawal form at the checkpoint. Remaining team members may continue on the course once this process has been completed and checkpoint staff have given approval for the team to continue.
  2. If any team member is injured, the team should try and bring the injured person to the nearest checkpoint and follow rule 15. If the team member cannot make it to the nearest checkpoint, the team must follow the steps in the Emergency Procedures. Remaining team members may continue on the course once the team member is safely collected by a first aid crew. When the remaining team members get to the next checkpoint, they must sign the withdrawal form for the injured person and follow the instructions of checkpoint staff prior to continuing on the course.
  3. Teams must not leave a team member unaccompanied on the course. If a team member becomes seriously injured or ill and cannot be moved, the team must follow the steps in the Emergency Procedures.
  4. If a team drops to less than three members (for 100km) and two members (for 50km) they must find another team to travel with in order to be allowed to continue. Those teams must then advise the checkpoint staff at the timing table to get this travel arrangement recorded, and must then check out together and remain together on the course. Note: this does not mean your team will be 'joining' the other team - each team will retain their identity throughout.

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  1. Each team must carry the compulsory gear as listed. Click here for the list.
  2. The team bibs provided must be worn visibly at the front on the outermost layer at all times.
  3. At night each participant must wear a High Visibility Safety Vest that complies with "Australian Standard AS / NZS 4602:1999 -N Class for night-time use". The vest must be clearly visible from both the front and the back, even when wearing your backpack so you must have an oversized vest that covers your whole torso and your backpack.
  4. During the day each participant must wear the High Visibility Safety Vest on all road sections.

Support Crews
  1. Teams must brief their support crew and must make sure that they obey the support crew regulations which can be found here.
    Care for the environment
    1. Littering is prohibited. Participants and crews are requested to respect the environment and neighbourhood by using the litter bins and recycling bins at the checkpoints.
    2. Gates must be left as found. If closed, a gate may be opened to pass through and closed again immediately.
    3. Teams and support crews must obey all road rules, and respect residential and local parking regulations.
    4. Participants and support crews are requested to keep noise levels to a minimum when walking in or near residential areas during training and the event.
    5. Teams and support crews must obey all National Parks regulations.
    6. Dogs are not permitted on the course or at checkpoints.
    7. Smoking is not permitted on the course or at checkpoints.
    8. Fires are only permitted in official fire places. Do not light a fire on grass areas or in contravention of National Park or Council rules.