VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED!!!! REGISTER HERE,
Meeting Location/Race start:Corner of Del Park Road and Whittaker Road. From North Dandalup, turn left immediately after the petrol station. Proceed approximately 1200 metres to the first junction on your left, Whittaker Road. The race starts from this junction. Parking is available on the verge, so is limited. There is also a small dirt carpark about 1 km up Whittaker Road on the right hand side (where the road makes a hard left). We encourage you to carpool to the race start. If you park in the dirt carpark, allow enough time to walk back down the steep hill to the start.
Race check-in: 4.00 – 4.15 AM
Aid Station 1 cutoff (23k mark): 8.30 AM
How to enter
Entries close Sunday December 9:
Early bird entry is until 31 Oct and is $55.00. After 31 October the fee is $60.00.
There's a separate 'discount' section on the entry form where AURA Members can type in their 4 digit AURA number and receive $20 off (meaning only $35 for an AURA member who buys by 31 Oct).
There is a maximum of 200 entries.
To contact the Race Director:
Information for all competitors:
Race Finish: The finish is at a public park and picnic area in the town of Dwellingup. Approximately 200 metres from the finish, you will come to Del Park Road. Directly in front of you (across the road) is the park and finish line. You must yield to traffic when crossing this road. We will not have a traffic warden.
Post-Race BBQ: We’ll provide a sausage and nice healthy whole grain bread (no white buns according to the race director!) for you at the BBQ afterwards. If you’d like anything more, please BYO. Plan ahead to have some dry warm clothes at the finish line so you can eat, drink, rejoice, cheer on other finishers, and swap stories for a while.
Authority of Race Officials: On race day, please respect the direction of the race director and volunteers.
Mandatory Check-In: It is mandatory that runners check in at the start and at each aid station.
Visible Race Numbers: Numbers must be visible and worn on the front. All runners must be checked through each aid station by a race volunteer. It is the runner's responsibility to ensure that the volunteer sees the number. This is for your safety.
Trail Etiquette and Environmental Respect: While running Six Inch you will be traveling through residential areas, campgrounds, and water catchment areas. The route is open to the public on race day so be courteous and aware of other users. Please be polite and respect other trail users and campers. Please do not litter the course with food wrappers or containers. This is a disqualifiable offence.
No Pacing: Non-participants may not accompany participating runners (on foot, on bike, by car, etc) along the course.
Limited Crews and Spectating: Racers may have their own personal support (crew) at only one point during the event – Aid Station 2 (~34k mark). Crewing may not be provided at any other point during the race.
In addition, no crew/spectator vehicles may travel along any portion of the Munda Biddi trail during the race hours of 4.30 - 12.00. This includes the gravel road sections on Whittaker Road, Kesners Road, and Scarp Road. The access points for crew and spectator vehicles are provided in maps available on this website.North Map South Map
Dropping Out: If you find it necessary to drop from the race, please try to do so at an aid station. Notify the aid station volunteers and have them remove your bib number. If you feel you cannot get to the nearest aid station, stay on the trail so someone can find you. Do not leave the course without notifying an aid station volunteer. If we can't account for your whereabouts an expensive search and rescue operation could be initiated.
Mandatory Drop Out: Aid station volunteers have the authority to pull a runner from the event should they deem it unsafe for the runner to continue. The runner must comply with this decision.
Drop Bags: Aid Stations will have water, Hammer gels, Hammer endurolytes, bananas, lollies, and flat coke. You may have one drop bag of your own supplies at Aid Station 1 only (23k/halfway point). Unlike prior years, you may no longer have your own supplies at Aid Station 2. Please limit your supplies to essentials, as we have many competitors. Your supplies must fit into a regular plastic grocery bag. Clearly label the supplies (and bag if you have one) with your name and bib number, if possible (Bib numbers available close to start day).