The Mouth to Mouth is an initiative of the Narrawong District Association. It is an important part of the local and community structure and a great fund raiser for the local community with the local school and life guards among some receiving funds from the profits.

Join or support our walkers/runners at the Narrawong Reserve for a great day of fun including;


Auntie Annie’s Run: the 7km run along the beach to McCombe’s and back. Though we imagine that Annie McCombe would never have run this we are sure she would be chuffed to know it has been named after her.

Yumbah Aquaculture Beach Classic: A 14km run from the Fitzroy River to the Surry River. Buses leave the Narrawong reserve to transport entrants to the mouth of the Fitzroy River.

Surry Scurry: This is a 3km course around the Surry Bend. over the walking bridge and up through the Narrawong township, a short section along the beach and back to the oval. Designed for those who don’t feel up to the 7km’s and for those with children in pushers etc.

Kids Lap: A great run of the oval to allow kids to become involved. open to all primary aged children. This run starts off about noon and all children who participate will receive a certificate and prizes for all who beat Ivan over the line.


All of the above runs can be done as walks.

Why would the most beautiful walks of all time be changed?

All registrations for walks to be done on the day of the event. All walkers will be issued with a wristband.

Registrations for the runs can be done on line or on the day.

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