The Bruny Island Endorfun Labillardiere Peninsula Trail Run was held in south Bruny on Sunday September 24th, 2017. Bruny Island Coastal Retreats was pleased to provide accommodation for a group of runners at Bruny Island Lodge. As well as participating in the race, they took some time to enjoy the outdoor life by dome some bike riding, outdoor yoga and relaxing by the camp fire.
The 17.5km race was held in wet conditions with 94 runners in total. The race was won in record time by Stu Gibson with a time of 1:11:15.0. Christopher Sullivan came second while Ben Hirst came third. The first female to finish was Joanna Sinclair with a time of 1:32:05.7. Lisa Barnett and Kate Martin were the second and third female runners to finish. Congratulations to all runners for finishing the run.
For complete race results, visit Webscorer
Thanks to Dylan Craw for the great photos.
The next Labillardiere Peninsula Trail Run will be held on September 23rd, 2018. For further details visit http://www.endorfun.com.au/trail-runs/labilladiere-peninsula
In late 2013, Bruny Island Lodge decided to undertake a massive and rather unique eradication project. Our aim was to control the radiata pine infestation which was threatening to overrun the native bushland at our 900 acre property on South Bruny.
In 1930 a small wooden boat set sail for unknown adventures. This might not in itself be remarkable; however, this was a journey that was eventually to lead from Kiel in Germany to Bruny Island, Tasmania.