As part of the Victorian Government's approach to opening up the economy and taking us out of lockdown, they have mandated 2022 that all participants at events must show proof of being fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Failure to provide proof of vaccination or medical exemption means that they cannot participate in an event.
Before entering any of our events, please familiarise yourself with the Covid-19 Pre-Race Safety Protocols and Procedures.

Run the Prom. Wilsons Promontory National Park offers, Australia’s most spectacular coastal ultra. Experience the sound of waves crashing on rocks, feel the sand under your feet, the wind in your hair and the water up to your waist as you tackle this wilderness paradise. The Prom 100 offers runners 44, 60, 80 and 100 km run loops on the Saturday only 3.5 hours from Melbourne and is followed on the Sunday by the Darby River Half Marathon and 10 km fun run —a great weekend away for all the family.

Parks Victoria have advised that works to Sealers Track and Oberon will not be finished until next spring, therefore we are reverting to the alternate courses we offered in 2021. Please check the Maps page for course descriptions, GPX files and the map.

Key Information

Date: Saturday 07 May 2022

Location: Tidal River, Victoria, Australia

Start/Finish: Tidal River, Running Wild HQ near Australian Commando Memorial

100/80 km Run

Pre-race check in/briefing: 05:45 A.M.

Start Time: 06:00 A.M.

60 km Run

Pre-race check in/briefing: 06:45 A.M.

Start Time: 07:00 A.M.

44 km Run

Pre-race check in/briefing: 07:45 A.M.

Start Time: 08:00 A.M.

Cut off: Any runner who withdraws or is unable to complete the first loop back to Tidal river by 8 P.M. on the Saturday MUST attempt to contact the run director by mobile phone 0418 136 070 or by text and advise their status. There is an 8 P.M. cut off for 100 km runners to complete the first 80 km back to Tidal River.

Equipment: 60/80/100 km runners must

  1. Wear a reflective safety vest when running on the road
  2. Run on the edge of the road towards oncoming traffic
  3. Carry a torch on strobe during daylight hours or continuous beam after dark when running on/walking on/crossing the road

Navigation: this is an unmarked course and should only be attempted by experienced trail runners with good navigation experience.

Entries: Entry

Support: there is one aid station located at Tidal River and one at the junction of Telegraph and Waterloo Tracks. Participants must be self supporting.

Accomodation: is available in Tidal River (camping) and in nearby cottages.

Registration: from 4:00 P.M. Friday at Running Wild HQ adjacent to the Australian Commando Memorial