Families, runners of all abilities, walkers and wheelchair users are now able to book their place to run with the herd, with the Dubbo Stampede taking registrations for their 2019 event.

The Dubbo Stampede, which will be held on 25 August at the iconic Taronga Western Plains Zoo, will again have the 5.3 km Dingo Dash, 5.3 Wallaby Wheel, 10 km Cheetah Chase, 21.1 km Zebra Zoom Half Marathon and 42.2 km Rhino Ramble Marathon events. 

Participants will compete for their part of $10,000 in prize money, while everyone that completes an event will receive a medal and get to experience a wonderful community event that prides itself on being a ‘running festival for everyone’.

Dubbo Stampede President, Matt O’Dea can’t wait for registrations to start coming in.

“We have opened registrations earlier than ever this year so participants can include the Stampede in their calendar and start training. This year’s event is expected to be bigger and better than ever before,” Mr O’Dea said.

“We pride ourselves on being an inclusive event that anyone can participate in. Whether you are a professional runner, or want to push yourself to walk, wheel or run 5km, this event is for you”

As with previous years, participating in the Dubbo Stampede will include one day entry to the zoo either on the Saturday, or following your event on the Sunday which represents fantastic value for both locals and those travelling to Dubbo alike.

5km Family entry fees and early bird discounts for all events are currently available for participants.

To register or get more information, visit www.dubbostampede.com.au.