There’s no need to register or contact anyone — you can simply turn up!
Kirribilli Runners is a free and welcoming running crew for social runners, as well as runners motivated by competition. We welcome runners of all abilities and make room for all levels of experience. So, if you’re currently running solo, training for an event, or are tired of running on a treadmill at the gym, join us! We’re a friendly and welcoming bunch.
We attract Kirribilli locals, as well as people from all over Sydney. Again, there is no need to register or contact anyone — you can simply turn up!
We are also known as KR or KRew, with the ‘KR’ always in capitals. (Very clever!) As a community running group, our values are expressed in our Values Statement.
Kirribilli Runners is managed by a voluntary committee of organisers. If you’re interested in becoming involved with the group to develop and support our activities, please get in touch with Chris (below) or connect with our Facebook group. The current organisers are:
6.30pm at the steps leading up to the Harbour Bridge pedestrian path, Milsons Point. Monday and Thursday nights.
When not globetrotting, Steve hosts the Thursday night runs. Steve has been running with Kirribilli Runners since 2007. In 2017, Steve took up the role of directing Kirribilli Runners.
Because I’m getting ready for when the zombie apocalypse comes, and it is coming! Then the zombies won’t be able to catch me…
Same as above, because the zombies are coming to get us!
Chris hosts the Monday-night runs, which we call #KR10K. Chris also manages the KR social feed (Instagram), merchandise, and website.
Chris has completed the Play By the Rules (Australian Sport Commission and Australian Human Rights Commission) course in Harassment and Discrimination (Certificate number 0487886/2017).
It’s the perfect antidote/complement to my long weekdays writing at a desk.
I set clear weekly mileage goals and keep signing up to races!
Kirribilli is on the traditional land of the Cammeraygal people. The name Kirribilli was probably derived from the Aboriginal word kiarabilli, which means “good fishing spot.” Kirribilli Runners acknowledges the traditional custodians of the country on which we gather and run, as well as our responsibility to respect and care for country, people, and spirit.