Dungog Common MTB
Tabbil Creek, NSW
Sun 24 May, 2015
Dungog Duathlon 2015: The Toughest in Australia!
Race Date: 24th May 2015
Looking for the toughest Duathlon in Australia?
You found it.
Being hosted by the Triathlon and Marathon Club of Dungog, the Dungog Duathlon is tough, no doubt.
It is also one of most picturesque, being set in beautiful Hunter Valley of New South Wales.
The races on offer include the ULTRA (a 10-40-6Km), the CLASSIC (being a 6-15-3Km) and the TEAMS (a 30km Ride followed by a 10Km Run)
These races are challenging.
We aim to host a great family friendly event, so please take a look at the programme for 2015.
All profits are returned to the local community with a focus for 2015 being local charitable organisations.
Oh, and one more thing….The Dungog Duathlon now has prize money! Check it out.
Entries are closed.
Visit http://dungogduathlon.org.au/ for more information.
Travel North up the up the M1 Freeway (was previously named F3). At the end of the Freeway there are several roundabouts. Drive straight ahead until you reach the New England Highway. Turn Right onto the New England Highway and follow the signs to Raymond Terrace (you will turn Left and go over the river at the Hexham Bridge). Continue North on the Pacific Hwy and turn Left at the first roundabout into Raymond Terrace. Continue on this road through two sets of traffic lights and then turn Left at McDonalds toward Clarence Town. Follow this road through Seaham and Clarence Town and you will arrive at Dungog from the South. Make your way to the Dungog Common, follow signs to shops, pass shops and turn left at obelisk (white tower), after 1Km turn left into Common Rd, at the end turn left across cattle grid onto dirt rd and follow signs.