All set for Narrawong Mouth2Mouth
ALL eyes will be focused on Narrawong this Sunday morning for the return of the Narrawong Mouth2Mouth Walk, Run and Carnival.
Now in its 11th year, the popular event will feature about 500 participants across seven races, before converging on the iconic Narrawong Recreation Reserve for live music, food and stalls.
The marquee race on Sunday will be the 14km race and walk from the mouth of the Fitzroy River, along the beach, finishing at the mouth of the Surry River.
For those looking for a shorter course, the 7km Auntie Annie’s run and walk follows the iconic beach, while the 3km Surry Scurry follows the curve of the Surry River, onto the beach and finishes on the Reserve.
More than $1000 is up for grabs for the three runs, with registration for the six runs and walks open at 8am, and starting at 10am.
At noon, kids can participate in the free non-competitive race called the ‘Gallop’, a lap around the oval.
After the races, relax with some free entertainment with music from the likes of jazz trio Triple Standards and local guitar maestro Ishor Gurung, while enjoying locally produced gourmet food and drinks.
The day will feature plenty of children’s activities, including a jumping castle, colouring competition and treasure hunt, as well as a bumper raffle, feature four massive prizes, and the ever-popular whaleboat races for the Captain Dutton’s Cup.
Funds raised from the event support vital life saving services on the Narrawong Beach.
For more information, visit www.mouth2mouth.com.au.