|Date||Sunday 7 July|
|Entries close||Sunday 23 June (11:59pm AEST)|
|Recommended arrival time||6:15am|
|Fee||$85 (AUS & NZ) / $105 (International)|
|Cut off time||2 hours 25 minutes|
Compulsory Wheelchair 15km race briefing & race number collection 3pm on Saturday 6 July at the Maui Room, QT Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise.
Entries for the Wheelchair Marathon are now closed!
Collect your race number
Before participating you must collect your race number from the Wheelchair 15km race briefing on Saturday 6 July at the Maui Room, QT Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise. There is no race day collection. Please complete the emergency contact information on the back of your number once received.
ASICS Sport & Leisure Expo
The ASICS Sport & Leisure Expo will be held at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre in Broadbeach from Thursday 4 – Saturday 6 July and will feature more than 50 exhibitors. Free admission for the general public!
Getting to the start line
Whether you drive and park, catch a bus or tram or get dropped off, it’s important to plan how you’ll get to and from the race precinct. Please ensure you arrive at least one hour before your race.
The Race Precinct is located at the Broadwater Parklands, Marine Parade in Southport. It is where the start and finish lines are located and is the centre of all the action and atmosphere on race weekend.
The Wheelchair 15km course will follow the first 15km of the marathon course. The finish line is located at the 15km timing point on the marathon course (approx. Fourth Ave, Burleigh Heads).
Policies & Etiquette
Before racing in the Wheelchair 15km it’s important you read and understand the cut off policy, race policy, race etiquette and weather policy. These policies are to ensure the safety of all participants over race weekend.
Be a part of the buzz and excitement of Australia’s leading marathon by lining the Gold Coast streets from Southport to Burleigh Heads and encourage thousands of participants to glory.
Tell your friends and family to join you on your journey via the live webcast hosted on our website, Facebook and YouTube on Sunday 7 July as well as television, radio, online and social media.
See if you achieved a personal best or how you fared against other participants with our live results featuring split times. You can also print off your finisher certificate, share your result socially and purchase an iTaB.
Purchase your photos
Commemorate your race by viewing and purchasing your Wheelchair 15km race photos from the event’s official photographer Marathon-Photos.com. You can also view and purchase photos from each year since 2001.