Long Course

The Granite Island Run long course is approximately 10K and takes in a scenic 2 lapped course from the Soldiers Memorial Gardens, across the new causeway, around the Granite Island trails and back across the causeway – twice!

Come for the run and enjoy the relaxed seaside charm, breathtaking coastal views and rich maritime history of Victor Harbor.

Click here to view the 2024 Granite Island Race Briefing

Event Information

Date Sunday 23 June 2024
Distance 10,028 m
Start Time 7:30 am
Start Line Soldiers Memorial Gardens, Flinders Parade, Victor Harbor 
Finish Line Causeway Cafe, Esplanade, Victor Harbor
Age Limit 12 years on race day, unless accompanied by an adult
Online Entries Close Midnight on Thursday 20 June 2024



Entry Fees & Inclusions

Launch Pricing

To midnight on Sunday 25 February 2024

Early Bird

To midnight on Sunday 12 May 2024


Entry fees include GST and all administration & credit card fees – what you see is what you pay!


  • Race Entry
  • Aid Stations
  • Race Day Medical Support
  • Electronic Timing
  • Post-Event Recovery Zone

A finisher’s medal can be purchased online with your registration for $8 with an additional option to pre-purchase engraving of your name and finish time for $10.

Refunds and credits cannot be processed in the 4 weeks before race day unless you have taken out additional Diamond Cover.  Please refer to our Refund Policy page for full details.

Course Map

Download file: GIR 2022 Long Course.gpx

Drink Stations

There will be one drink station located on Granite Island just after you have crossed the causeway.

Only compostable cups made from plant-based materials will be used during the Granite Island Run to minimize our impact on the environment. Please try to hit the bins provided at the drink station and be aware that littering on the course will result in disqualification.  Runners may also carry their own drink bottle or cup to refill at the drink station.

Cut Off Time

All courses at the Granite Island Run will be closed at 9:30 am to permit the horse drawn tram to begin operating.

A tail runner will follow the last runner around the course for safety reasons and to relieve marshals from their positions. If you fail to maintain the minimum pace you may be asked to stop and return directly to the finish area. This is the last thing we want to do on race day so if you are not confident that you can complete 10.5K in under 2 hours please enter the short course event instead.


Please be courteous to our marshals and other volunteers. Remember that they are giving up their Sunday morning to make sure that you will enjoy your run.



Trophies will be awarded to the first 3 male and first 3 female place-getters in the Granite Island Run long course. Presentations will be made at the finish line once the last runner/walker has finished (approximately 9:30 am).