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  • How do I register?
    Simply go Race Roster and complete the necessary details for yourself, or for a child. Please ensure you read our helpful notes on the registration page before you proceed. Payments can only be made by debit or credit card and payments cannot be made via Mosman Primary School.
  • Access/Road Closure Times
    Mini-Mos Exit/Escape Routes and Road Closure times Timings below are only a guideline and may change subject to circumstances on the day of the event. For any more specific information please email Streets between Wolseley Rd and Middle Head Rd Wolseley Rd closed from 7am to 7:25am Middle Head Rd closed from 7am to 7:35am and again at King Max St only from 8:15am to 8:30am Streets between Prince Albert St, Raglan St and south of Queen St Prince Albert St closed from 7:00am to 9.00am Queen St closed from 7:10am to 7:45am Raglan St (south) closed from 7:15am to 8:00am Residents exit via Clanalpine, Raglan St, Musgrave St, Mosman St, Upper Avenue Rd, Avenue Rd, Rangers Rd Access to Taronga Zoo Via Military Rd from Spit Junction and Bradleys Head Rd Military Rd closed at Upper Almora St from 6:55am to 7:10am and 8:10am to 8:25am Bradleys Head Rd closed at King Max St from 7:10am to 7:40am and 8:15am to 8:35am Turning into Belmont Rd from Military Rd (Mosman Village end) Belmont Rd closed from Cowles Rd to west side of Gladstone Ave 6:00am to 10:30am Can access Gladstone Ave except 8:20am to 8:45am Access via Avenue Rd or Military Rd Avenue Rd closed from Canrobert St to BP station roundabout from 7:15am to 8am and from Gladstone Ave to Shadforth St from 8:15am to 8:45am Military Rd closed at Upper Almora St from 6:55am to 7:10am and 8:10am to 8:25am
  • What is the entry fee and what do I get for that fee?
    The 2024 Mini-Mos Fun Run fees are ; 2km: $34 - Early bird $40 - Standard 5km: $49 - Early bird $60 - Standard 10km: $59 - Early bird $70 - Standard Accompanying Adult (2km only) - $28 Early bird rates are available until May 5. • 10km: only participants 10 years and over are eligible for this race • 5km: only participants 8 years and older are eligible for this race • 2km: participants aged up to 13 years are eligible for this race (and their accompanying adult) For the Athletics Australia's minimum age recommendations please click here
  • Can I run with a group?
    Absolutely, and we encourage it and there will be spot prizes on the day for groups who capture our attention. So, dress up, grab a group and have a great day. Don't forget if you register 3 full paying individuals in one transaction, you'll save 10% on your registration fees. *Discount does not include accompanying adults in the 2km.
  • Can I run with my child?
    Yes. Many past participants will know a big part of the Mini-Mos fun run tradition is the opportunity to run with children as an 'Accompanying Adult'. To run with your child in the 2km, register them first and purchase an Accompanying Adult bib for $28 during their registration process.
  • How will I know the course on the day I run?
    This year as we return to the live event, all courses will have directional arrows, marshals and street closures. The courses are all unchanged since last year and course maps can be found on the races pages.
  • Can I run with a pram or a pet?
    Prams are permitted in the 2km Accommodating Adult wave - and will need to remain at the back of the line. Prams will require a registration. Unfortunately due to occupational health and safety, you are unable to run with your pet.
  • Do children need to run in age groups?
    Yes, this year the kids will start in set age groups for their 2km run - unless you are participating with your child as an accompanying adult - in which case you will start in the final wave with your child.
  • How do I know my run time? Can I use Strava?
    This year we return to race bibs with electronic timing chips, so these will capture run times. Times will be available on the leaderboards of the Mini-Mos website.
  • Do I need to wear my race bib?
    Yes, the race bibs have your timing chip embedded (excluding the accompanying adult bibs which are not timed) so it is essential that you wear your bib on the day. You can chose to have these mailed to you or they can be collected from Mosman Public School on Saturday 15 June from 10-2pm or race day, Sunday 16 June from 6am.
  • How do I log my run time?
    You will not need to log your own race time as the bibs have a timing chip embedded. Our race partner, Multisport Australia will be releasing the race times following the event. If you have any issues you can email our race administrator at
  • How do I know where I am on the leader board?
    Various leader boards will be shown on the Mini-Mos website. Leader boards will include age groups similar to previous years.
  • Will there be a Mini-Mos Fair this year?
    Absolutely, the 2024 Mini-Mos Fair will be going ahead and we can't wait to see you there after your race. More details are available on the fair pages of the Mini-Mos website.
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