HBF says up to 37,000 people are expected to hit the streets of Perth when Western Australia’s biggest community run returns on Sunday 21 May.
The run has not taken place for three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Its return comes with an ambitious aim to raise $1.1 million for charity.
Since the event began, HBF has helped participants to raise $10.2 million for more than 200 charities, with many non-profit organisations relying on these funds to support their operations.
Registrations have now opened for HBF Run for a Reason.
Participants can choose from three distances. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia 4 kilometre run or walk, the 12 kilometre Specsavers 12km run or work, and the Brooks half marathon
Early bird discounts apply, with a 10 per cent saving for entrants who register before Sunday 5 March. HBF members will receive a further 20 per cent discount on entry fees. Corporate teams are also welcome to register.