Fully Rad Adventures is an outdoor event company focused on getting people outside and being more adventurous. It has a team of adventure loving experts focused on creating unique and memorable experiences that will excite, entertain and push the boundaries.

Fully Rad Adventures present safe, well organised world class events for competitors, spectators and stakeholders, that increase awareness and appreciation of the outdoors, protect and promote the natural environment, promote a fit, healthy and active lifestyle, develop strong partnerships and strengthen communities.

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Fully Rad Adventures Events

Wildside Adventure Race

Urban Hustle

Blue Mountains Traverse  - BMT

Wildside Womens Adventure

Kidventures

Double Shot

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The start line is on Booner St Hawks Nest. Run down Booner St for 200m until a sharp right turn onto the Myall Park footpath. Follow this for 250m until Sanderling St where you turn right then a quick left through the carpark onto the Michael Rowe Walk. Just after the 3km mark turn left and follow the trail until Mungo Brush Rd. Proceed down the road verge for 2.5km then turn left onto Pipers Creek Trail. 500m down the trail turn right on the Tops to Myall Heritage Trail. Stay on this trail until the 15km mark when you join the Wildflower Walk. This walk ends adjacent to the Brambles Green Trail and the 17km aid station. Follow Brambles Green Trail until it meets the Mungo Track. Proceed on Mungo Track through Mungo Brush campground and onto Dees Corner Campground. Here rejoin Mungo Brush Rd running on the verge until CP1 Aid Station at the 28km mark and the turn around. Then head back down Mungo Brush Rd until Dees Corner 4WD beach access and CP3 Aid Station. From here you run the beach until Dark Point. At Dark Point follow the markers over the headland and on to Bennett’s Beach. Stay on the beach for 11km until the markers at Sanderling Rd 4WD access point where you exit the beach and return to the Michael Rowe Walk for a short run to the finish in Providence Bay Park.