Join us on Sunday 3 June for Run2Cure 2018!

Registrations are now open!

See here for 2018 corporate sponsorship information.

Run2Cure Neuroblastoma will be held for the fifth time in the wonderful and iconic location of the Domain in Sydney on Sunday 3rd June 2018. The aim of the event is to raise awareness of, and funds for, neuroblastoma childhood cancer research. Neuroblastoma is the leading cause of death of children under 5 from cancer. The event has now raised over $515 000 for neuroblastoma research. $346k has been donated to the Children’s Cancer Institute for a new drug development and $161k to Cancer Council NSW for research projects. In 2018 our aim is to raise $200 000 to continue to support Children’s Cancer Institute and the development of a new drug to treat neuroblastoma.

Our vision as a charity – started by parents affected by neuroblastoma – is to ensure all children have the chance to grow up and lead long and healthy lives, without side effects from their treatments. Currently aggressive neuroblastoma survival rates are only 50% and this is your opportunity to help us change this. We know with more research being funded, treatments can improve allowing more children to beat this devastating disease.


We’re delighted that in 2018, Rio Olympic Gold Medal pentathlete, Chloe Esposito, will again be our Run2Cure Superstar. Thanks also to all our sponsors, many of whom have supported this event for over 5 years. Without their help, Run2Cure would simply not be possible.

Events and activities:

Fun day activities and live entertainment from 8.30am – 1pm

7.30am – start 10km run
9.00am – start 5km run
9.00am – kids activities commence
9.10am – start 3km run
10.30am – *NEW* Junior Dash 1km for children aged 6 to 10 years only.
10.45am‘The Little Heroes family 1k’ walk for children five and under with their families. Grandparents and other relatives are very welcome too, provided you have a child aged 5 and under in your group! Children are encouraged to dress up as superheroes! This is a walk for children by children as neuroblastoma is a cancer affecting this age group.
1.00pm – event concludes

Children’s activities  include cricket, soccer, an obstacle course, rock climbing, planking competition, craft area, pony rides, jumping castles, kindyfarm and facepainting. Coupons can be purchased from the coupon booth for $2 each – activities range between $2 and $10

Location of the event:


School Challenge:

In 2018 we will again hold a schools challenge. The primary school with the best three times in their chosen category will win a visit to their school by Run2Cure Superstar and Rio Olympic Gold Medal pentathlete, Chloe Esposito!

Primary school girls 3k
Primary school boys 3k
High schools girls 5k
High school boys 5k

Teams can be any size. When you register for the 3k or 5k, you will be asked to enter your school’s name and team name.

Corporate Challenge:

After the success of the 2017, we are also holding a corporate challenge in 2018. The winning team is the organisation with the highest number of entrants in the 10k.

The prize is a visit by Run2Cure Superstar and Rio Olympic Gold Medal pentathlete, Chloe Esposito to the winning organisation!

When you register for the 10k, you will be asked to enter your organisation’s name and team name.

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Run2Cure Neuroblastoma is organised by the registered charity Neuroblastoma Australia  (ABN  74173375414) to raise much needed funds for vital research into neuroblastoma childhood cancer.


Principal Partner


Platinum Sponsor

Gold Sponsors

Allcott Hire 

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

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