Going Bigger and Better with a Brand New Slide
With over 55 Obstacles across a 7km course set to test even the toughest participants and challenge everyone in between. Registrations are available for both individuals and teams. It’s a great family fun atmosphere with a designated youth wave for the 5 – 10 age bracket. So come bring your friends, bring your family and enjoy the music, tasty food, cold beers and amusements for everyone. All the ingredients needed for an awesome day out!
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+10% GST on all pricing
|Ticket Type||Closing Date||Competitive||Adult||Youth|
|Early Bird||13th October 2016||$75||$65||$30|
|Second Release||31st January 2017||$82||$72||$33|
|Third Release||23rd February 2017||$87||$77||$36|
|Fourth Release||9th March 2017||$92||$82||$39|
|Late Tickets||23rd March 2017||$97||$87||$42|
|On the Day||25th March 2017||$120||$100||$50|
+10% GST on all pricing
|Ticket Type||Closing Date||Adult||Youth|
|Early Bird||13th October 2016||$65||$30|
|Second Release||31st January 2017||$72||$33|
|Third Release||23rd February 2017||$77||$36|
|Fourth Release||9th March 2017||$82||$39|
|Last Release||23rd March 2017||$87||$42|
|On the Day||25th March 2017||$100||$50|
Saturday 25th March 2017
- Competitive Wave: starts at 8:30am
- Social Waves: every 15 minutes from 8:45am to 12:00pm
- Youth Waves: start at 1:00pm and 1:15pm
Sunday 26th March 2017
- Social Waves: every 15 minutes from 9:00am to 12:00pm
- Youth Waves: start at 12:30pm and 12:45pm
Entry Fee Includes
1st male & female = $500
2nd male & female = $400
3rd male & female = $300
4th male & female = $200
5th male & female $100
Located about an hour and a half North of Sydney on the Central Coast, Doyalson Raw Challenge is nationally recognised for the most amount of obstacles in an obstacle event! Being one of the flatter terrains across our locations we have made up through plenty more obstacles with awesome viewing points for our spectators, so be sure to bring along your supporters.
Is the event safe?
First Aid personnel will be present on day of the event. It is recommended that you hold your own personal accident and ambulance cover. If Participants do not feel comfortable with any obstacle they should choose to bypass them.
What should I wear?
Wear clothes and shoes that you don’t mind getting dirty or losing: Or if you want to be a little bit crazy dress up to stand out as an individual, or collectively to identify a sporting or corporate team that you are representing.
How do I transfer a ticket?
Transferring to another person
To transfer the ticket to another person, press the blue transfer button on the right hand side of the table. A small box will pop up allowing you to type an email address for the person you wish to transfer the ticket to. If they are already registered, the ticket will instantly transfer to the new member. If they are no registered the website will send them an email with an invitation to create an account and collect their ticket. Once they have completed their registration, all pending tickets will be transferred.
Transferring to a different wave
To transfer a ticket to a different wave, simply select the new wave from the drop down box and the system will instantly move you within the registration database.
How old do I need to be?
Ensure school aged children running in the main event bring school ID. If no ID is available, arrange alternative verification prior to the event to avoid disappointment.
What do I bring?
Are showers available?
Food & drinks
Can I get pictures?
Where do I park?
Will there be water stations?
Do I need to be fit?
Do I need to know how to swim?
What is the Youth Wave?
All competitors and adults in the youth wave course must wear a youth wave wristband or they WILL be removed from the course. Youth found running unaccompanied, WILL also be removed from participating in the course.
All parents/guardians running in this youth wave MUST purchase a youth wave ticket, REGARDLESS of already running a different wave on the day as it is considered to be a separate course. This course is not a multiple lap course. It is the supervising adult’s responsibility to ensure that the young person in their control is capable of safely performing each task and complying with all directions and course route. Any obstacle may be bypassed at the parent’s discretion.