Event Information

An overview, course details and basic event information for the Hobart Run the Bridge.

About the event

Think Big Run The Bridge fun run and walk is one of Tasmania's premier running events each year. It is held in the capital city of Hobart and sees participants journey over the iconic Tasman Bridge.

Event Overview

Think Big Run The Bridge is gearing up for its 15th edition on Sunday 18th February, 2024.

Events On Offer

Spectran Group 10km Run
Epic 5km Run
Positive Salary Packaging 5km Walk
Liv-eat 1km


The 2024 Think Big Run the Bridge will be held on the 18th of February.

Course Features

Features of the Hobart Run the Bridge include:

Blundstone Arena

There's no better start line for the states premier fun run, than the state's premier sporting facility. Runners can use the facilities of Blundstone Arena to warm up and prepare before starting outside.

Crossing the iconic Tasman Bridge

Tasmania's busiest and most iconic piece of infrastructure, the Tasman Bridge. At 1396m long, both 5km and 10km participants get to cross it as the only public event each year to have lane closure.


After running along the Bellerive Bluff, the course enters historic Bellerive Quay which offers brilliant coastal views, historical buildings and then runners move onto the new Kangaroo Bay precinct.


With the last few kilometres hugging the Hobart Waterfront, the event finishes on Castray Esplanade at beautiful Salamanca. After your run/walk, head to brunch at any number of cafes.

Course Maps

View the course maps to familiarise yourself before the event.

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