Ensure you don’t miss your place at the starting line. Plan your journey and arrive well before the starting gun fires. The Gold Coast Marathon will be made up of eight events held over the weekend of 2-3 July 2016. Each race will start and finish at the Broadwater Parklands in Southport.
- Venue:Gold Coast, Gold Coast
- Date and times:
- Saturday 2 July 2016, 6:30am to 3:00pm
- Sunday 3 July 2016, 6:00am to 3:00pm
- Gates: Open at 5.30am
Ensure you don’t miss your place at the starting line. Plan your journey and arrive well before the starting gun fires.
The Gold Coast Marathon will be made up of eight events held over the weekend of 2-3 July 2016.
Each race will start and finish at the Broadwater Parklands in Southport.
Park Road to Cleveland (Saturday 2 July and Sunday 3 July)
Please plan your journey in advance and allow for extra travel time (approximately 60 minutes) due to track works. Buses will replace trains in both directions.
Broadwater Parklands is close to Southport station (approximately 800 metres)
Free shuttle bus services will operate on Sunday 3 July for competitors and spectators.
Please note: shuttle buses operating to and from the event are not operated by TransLink.
To race precinct
|Location||To the event|
|Broadbeach (Convention Centre)||Every 10 minutes from 4.35am to 6.45am|
|Surfers Paradise (Appel Park)||Every 10 minutes from 4.42am to 6.52am|
|Runaway Bay (Sports Drive)||Every 20 minutes from 4am to 6.40am|
From race precinct
|Location||From the event|
|Runaway Bay (Sports Drive)||Every 30 minutes from 8.30am to 2.30pm|
Please note: shuttle services travelling to and from the Gold Coast Marathon events are not operated by TransLink.
|Saturday 2 July||From 4.30am to 7.30am||Every 7.5 minutes|
|Saturday 2 July||From 7.30am||As per regular schedule|
|Sunday 3 July||From 4am to 2pm||Every 7.5 minutes|
|Sunday 3 July||From 2pm||As per regular schedule|
Free travel with the G:
Customers in possession of a race bib, accreditation pass or volunteer shirt can travel for free to and from the event on Saturday 2 July (from 4.30am to 1pm) and Sunday 3 July (from 4am to 3pm) on the G.