Same Awesome Venue, New Course
Set within the rolling hills of St Anne’s Winery, this is the perfect introduction to the world of Tough Mudder Half Melbourne, with our 9km Half format. Take your first step towards a community of 2 million strong as you get down and dirty.
9km & 10+ obstacles
Challenge yourself with some of our most iconic Tough Mudder obstacles. Yes the Tough Mudder Half doesn’t have the ice or the electricity, but it guarantees a lot of mud and plenty of laughs – and then head for a vino.
We're excited to announce that we've recently lowered the age limit, so mudders over the age of 14 can now participate in the HALF- only with a guardian/chaperone who is over 18.
Every Participant ticket purchase includes:
Headband, Performance Finisher Tee, Beer, Insurance.
You also have the option of adding optional Registration Fee Protection insurance during the registration process. Find out what's covered here.
All spectators are welcome. Anyone who wants access to the course or event will need to have a spectator pass to enter. Spectators tickets are sold in advance online and on-site. Please note that on-site prices are higher than online. Spectators under the age of 13-years old are free. That's right, free. No need to sign them up. Just bring them along on event weekend to spectate.
No matter how prepared you think your are or how far away your event is, our friends at Virgin Active have a training plan to get you Mudder ready.
Tough Mudder is excited to announce that our Official Charity Partner for the 2018 Season is beyondblue.
beyondblue want every Australian to achieve their best possible mental health and exercise can be a great way to start. We know it boosts physical health, but it can also benefit mental well-being and exercising in a group is a fantastic way to make social connections.
We would love for you to join the beyondblue Team, to run in support of the 3 million Australians currently living with depression and anxiety. By joining our team and raising funds, you're helping to improve the lives of people affected by depression, anxiety and suicide and raise awareness on the work we do across Australia.
We know that everyone has a cause close to their heart and that you may be running a Tough Mudder in support of another charity. To start your fundraising page for another cause CLICK HERE
If you are a charity that would like to buy charity places, you can get in touch with us here .
Ditch the meeting room and take on Tough Mudder. Ready to get out of the office and into the mud?
To learn more about our Corporate Team packages, available for groups of 15+, enquire here.
On-site participant registration will be based upon space available on Saturday and Sunday.
So don’t risk missing out - purchase your ticket now.
Have any questions or queries about how things will go down on event day? We've got the answers here, from how old you need have to be to run through to how to access your start times, it's covered.
Costumes. Creativity. A sense of humour.
Optional: Hydration system filled with water, not beer.
Not optional: Please arrive fully hydrated and take advantage of water stations on course.
Outlined below is a guide as to the travel time to the Tough Mudder course from the outlined major City centres. Please note this is a guide only. Why not check out our Facebook event pages and see if you can help a Mudder out and car pool. Check out Tough Mudder Australia on Facebook.
Melbourne: 45 minutes
Geelong: 55 mins.
Ballarat: 32 mins
All participants and spectators must sign a waiver to gain entry to the event. Save time: print and sign your waiver. We will also have waivers available on event day.
Start times will be emailed out to participants approximately 10 days before the event. If members of the same team are assigned to different start times, the entire team is permitted to join the start time assigned to others in the team.
What to do
WHAT TO BRING
CONFIRMATION EMAIL: Print your registration confirmation email before arriving at check-in.
SIGNED WAIVER: Print and sign your waiver before arriving on-site. This will speed up your check-in process.
PHOTO ID: A valid, government-issued photo ID with name, signature, photo and birth date is mandatory to verify your registration. Think: Licence, Proof of Age card, or Passport.
CASH: Concessions, Beverages, Merchandise and the other great souvenirs can all be purchased with cash. No ATMs will be available in Mudder Village, we strongly encourage bringing cash with you. We don't want to see you sad and hungry.
WHAT NOT TO BRING
DRONES: For safety reasons, no drones are allowed on site.
DOGS: No dogs are allowed on site. Service dogs excepted.
ALCOHOL: No BYO allowed on site.
JEWELLERY: We recommend the removal of all jewellery.
WHAT TO WEAR
Normal running shoes. SPIKES OR CLEATS ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED.
Warm/dry clothing to change into after the event.
Costumes. Creativity. A sense of humor.
Optional: Hydration system filled with water
Donate your Muddy Clothes: Tough Mudder is partnering with Boots For All to dissolve the barriers to sport across Australia. You can help by donating your reusable sports footwear & clothing at the Boots For All stall at the Mudder village. Simply rinse off your reusable footwear & sports clothing at the rinse station & the Boots For All team will do the rest to get it out to those in our community to dissolve the barriers to sport!