Gold Coast Airport Marathon

Gold Coast Airport Marathon

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Held annually on the first weekend in July, the Gold Coast Airport Marathon hosts more than 27,000 runners taking on a personal challenge. Read More »



Take on a personal challenge and race in one of eight events on Australia’s fastest, flattest and most scenic course. Read More »



Experience GOOD TIMES at the 2016 Gold Coast Airport Marathon. Entries open Tuesday 8 December. Read More »


How to run Gold Coast

Everything you need to know about making the start line of the 2016 Gold Coast Airport Marathon, including setting goals, choosing footwear and much more. Read More »



Celebrate personal achievements and have fun together while increasing fitness as a corporate, fitness, social or school team. Discounts and prizes on offer! Read More »



Spend less time travelling and more time enjoying your stay with our flight, transport, travel package and Gold Coast visitor information. Read More »

Latest News


The role of hip stability in minimising running injuries

Excessive hip motion during running represents a major injury risk factor for runners. When a runner’s hips move excessively due to hip muscle weakness, the legs of the runner will be subjected to greater loading and strain.


Pat Carroll’s 15 tips for training success

Three-time Australian Commonwealth Games representative, four-time Gold Coast Airport Marathon winner and Australian half marathon all-comers record holder Pat Carroll provides his top 15 training tips to help you reach the start line, ready for personal glory.

Girl Active Launch

Empowering women to run the Gold Coast Airport Marathon one step at a time

Australia’s greatest female distance athlete and four-time Olympian Benita Willis today launched Girl Active, a new City of Gold Coast program which includes Girl Active Running, a running group for women training for next year’s Gold Coast Airport Marathon.

7 reasons to run Gold Coast

7 reasons to Run Gold Coast in 2016

Here are seven reasons why you should take on a personal challenge next year and run Gold Coast!