FAQ & Pre-Race Info


Become a City-Bay Hero - Make fundraising your focus, and become a City-Bay Hero Charities choose to cover the entry fee, if runners commit to their fundraising.

Would you like to raise funds for a Charity?

This year, the Sunday Mail City-Bay is helping to connect runners with the charities and causes that they care most about. With a little help from our partners at everydayhero you can now choose to fund-raise for your favourite charity, whatever it may be, by creating your own personalised online fundraising page.

In just minutes, you can select a charity of your choice, upload images and inspirational words and build your own page so you can raise funds for the cause that matters most to you. Once you are happy with it, you can approach your supporters by emailing them the unique link of your webpage.

Click here to see the City-Bay everydayhero page.

Each donation is recorded on your page along with messages of support from your donors. So get going and do yourself some good while doing good for others - create your online fundraising page today!

Click here to create a fundraising page.

Please note - Building a fundraising page does not automatically enter you into the Fun Run. Use our online entry system to complete your entry into the event.

If you need any help or have any questions please contact the team at everydayhero at info@everydayhero.com.au.


Become a City-Bay Hero.

What does it take?

Make fundraising your focus, and become a City-Bay Hero.  Sunday Mail City-Bay will provide your selected charity with a free entry for you into this year's event, if runners commit to their fundraising.  Fundraising targets will be set by the individual charity, but the average target will be around $1,000 (minimum $700).

Benefits of being a City-Bay Hero

  • Raise much needed funds and awareness for a cause close to your heart, and become a part of a special community.
  • Once you have been approved as a City-Bay Hero, your entry fee will be waived. Please check with the charities that you have applied to run for if you have been successful before signing up for general entry

How do I become a City-Bay Hero?

1.       See the list of participating charities and their contact details below

2.       Contact your charity to apply. If successful, City-Bay Fun Run will provide your charity with an ‘entry fee on us’ code, which will be sent to you to use when you register. Be quick, as places are strictly limited.

3.       Please remember, you need to contact your chosen charity, before registering for the City-Bay to receive your code.

Participating charity 


 The Mary Potter Foundation

 Jessica Bostock  - (08) 8239 0119

 The Royal Society for the Blind

 Morgan Brophy - (08) 8417 5555

 The Kids' Cancer Project

 Maaike Veenkamp - (02) 8394 7730

The Cora Barclay CentreLauren/Louise - (08) 8267 9200
Novita Children's ServicesBillie Nicholls - (08) 8243 8233
RSPCA South AustraliaKate Jones - (08) 8205 8043
Can:Do 4KidsLauren Pike - (08) 8100 8237
Zahra Foundation AustraliaKylie O’Callaghan - (08) 8152 0021
CanTeenEmilie Soda(08) 8122 6492 
Motor Neurone Disease Association of SA (MND SA)Bianka Feo - (08) 8234 8448
Hutt St CentreAlice Rawlinson0429 500 826
Paws & ClawsKaren George - (08) 8362 0056

Top Fundraisers

Official Race Photos

SA Athletics Stadium,
Marjorie Jackson Nelson Drive, Mile End SA 5031

Postal: PO Box 10080, Adelaide BC 5000
TELEPHONE: 1300 FUN RUN (386 786)

ABN 62 163 898 527

Website Partner

This website and registration system have been hand-built in Adelaide by Simple Integrated Marketing

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Building a website to facilitate the registration of 35,000 runners, walkers and wheelies in one of South Australia's most popular outdoor events?