The biggest community run in Western Australia will return after a three-year 'pandemic' hiatus with around 35,000 people expected to participate.
The run, which will take place in May 2023 for the first time since 2019, includes four-kilometre, 12-kilometre and half-marathon courses.
“This is a much-loved event which has a special place in the hearts of thousands of West Australians who put so much effort into their training or who generously volunteer on the day,” said HBF executive general manager member experience Selina Torrance.
“We’re grateful to everyone for their understanding and patience over the last few years while Run was put on hold.
“We’re excited that the community can come together again to train for a common goal and participants can fundraise for the charity of their choice.”
Since it began, HBF Run for a Reason has raised $10 million for nearly 200 charities, many of whom rely heavily on the donations of participants to fund their operations and activities.
Registrations will open early in the new year via www.hbfrun.com.au.