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    Pink clouds, rainbows and unicorns spotted in the Parklands!

Yesterday, Centennial Park was transformed into a spray of rainbow colour for the annual Color Run Dreamworld Tour ! More than 20,000 excited family members, friends – and the odd unicorn – descended upon the Parklands for the occasion and to celebrate the ‘Happiest 5k’ walk or run event in the country! 

The Color Run Dreamworld Tour is all part of the global ‘Color Movement’, a brand new all ages festival series, that aims to engage all Australians, no matter what body shape or fitness level, in new ways to be active, with plenty of ‘epic’ color throws, clouds of dreamy foam and dance tunes included.

Check out some of the great photos from the day below!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other upcoming community events

 

Sorry you missed out on all of the fun of The Color Run Dreamworld Tour? Don’t be too disappointed! There are stacks of other great events coming to the Parklands this spring.  Here are two great active events to add to your calendar:

 

#1 The Warrior Run – 3 September 2017

 

Get dad outdoors this Father’s Day and into The IMF Warrior Run. The Warrior Run is a family-friendly 5 or 10 kilometre walk or run designed for all ages and disabilities and it is all about encouraging communities to celebrate the great, proud, strong men in their lives.  Tickets are still available, so check it out online.

 

#2 Sydney Running Festival – 17 September 2017

 

This iconic running festival was introduced for the Sydney 2000 Olympics – and Sydney-siders haven’t looked back! With events for every capability – a 10 kilometre run, a half-marathon and a full marathon, the Sydney Running Festival offers participants a new way to see their favourite city. Enter online here.

 

For a full list of Centennial Parklands activities and events, see the Parklands website.

 

 

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