After months of training, more than 16,000 Lumary City-Bay warriors – the most diverse group in the event’s 49-year history – are hitting the road this morning of the 2023 fun run.
Enter the 'Make It Reel-y Count' competition.
Gawler grandfather and City-Bay legend Warren Gowland, 76, ran in the inaugural Lumary City-Bay Fun Run in 1973 and will return for the first time to walk the 6km race with his family by his side.
Athletes of all abilities are counting down to this year’s Lumary City-Bay Fun Run.
Christina Karapetis,22, and Ash De Silva,23, are hitting the road for a cause close to their hearts at this year’s Lumary City-Bay Fun Run, supported by the Sunday Mail.
The Saree Sahelis will bring a splash of colour to the City to Bay Fun Run next month.
Animal Welfare League of SA, Staff and supporters will be “putting paws to the pavement” at this year’s Lumary City-Bay Fun Run to raise money for lost and abandoned animals.
We would like to extend a BIG thank you to the amazing team at @villsbakery
Paralympian “superfish” Izzy Vincent is out of the pool and hitting the road for the Lumary City-Bay Fun Run.
Lumary City-Bay is back for 2023... on Sunday 17 September. Call going out for regional area entries.
Be one of the first 10 people to reach $500* for your chosen charity to receive an entry fee rebate.
Raise much needed funds and awareness for a cause close to your heart and become a part of an inspiring community.
Feel extra good about running, walking or wheel-chairing the Lumary City-Bay Fun Run on 18 September 2022.
Encourage a cause close to your heart to be listed below so that they get free promotion on our website.
Bibs must be collected from the City-Bay Expo at Hindmarsh Square before 12pm Saturday 16th September