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When it comes to reaching any goal, especially big or long term goals, it is important to measure your progress, which is why I needed to Map my run. Thanks to Google Maps I have been able to map my run.

This is a fully operational map of the first stage of my run around Australia challenge. You can zoom in and out move it left or right. Each flag represents a run. So please feel free to play around and explore my progress as I tackle my goal of running around Australia.


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This is the third stage of the Run Around Australia Challenge, starting from Sydney in the New South Wales and heading up north along the coast passing through Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour and then to Coolangatta / Tweet Heads where i leave New South Wales and head into Queensland. From There it is up to Brisbane, which marks the end of this stage.

This will bring my total of States and Territories visited to 4 out of 7 and the number of Capital Cities to 3 out of 7.

When it comes to reaching any goal, especially big or long term goals, it is important to measure your progress, which is why I needed to Map my run. Thanks to Google Maps I have been able to map my run.This is a fully operational map of the first stage of my run around Australia challenge thanks to Google Maps. You can zoom in and out move it left or right. Each flag represents a run. So please feel free to play around and explore my progress as I tackle my goal of running and walking around Australia.

This is the second stage of the Run Around Australia Challenge, starting from Canberra (which is the capital of Australia) in the Australian Capital Territory and heading east back to the coast and Batemans Bay to rejoin the Princes highway. From there I head north up the coast towards Nowra, through Woolongong and onto Sydney (which is the capital city of New South Wales).

Stage 2 – Canberra to Sydney

  • Complete – 25 October 2008
  • Distance Since Starting 1,232.3 km / 765.7 miles
  • Time Since Starting Goal 295 Days

When it comes to reaching any goal, especially big or long term goals, it is important to measure your progress, which is why I needed to Map my run.Thanks to Google Maps I have been able to map my run. This is a fully operational map of the first stage of my run around Australia challenge . You can zoom in and out move it left or right. Each flag represents a run. So please feel free to play around and explore my progress as I tackle my goal of running and walking around Australia.

This is a fully operational map of the first stage of my run around Australia challenge thanks to Google Maps. You can zoom in and out move it left or right. Each flag represents a run. So please feel free to play around and explore my progress as I tackle my goal of running and walking around Australia.

This is the first stage of the Run Around Australia Challenge, starting from Warragul, Victoria, and running north along the coast sticking to the Princes Highway, through the Latrobe Valley where I grew up, up through the east Gippsland cities of Sale and Bainsdale, through the towns of Orbost and Cann River, crossing the Victorian state boarder into New South Wales. From there is is up the coast through Eden, Bega and Batemans Bay where I leave the coast and head to the Australian Capital Territory and Canberra (which is the capital of Australia).

Stage 1 – Warragul to Canberra

  • Complete – 15 August 2008
  • 812.4 km / 504.8 miles
  • 228 Days

Unfortunately, I have lost some of the previous blog posts (for more details refer to About Me) but I will endevour to repost old posts as I go and will continue to map my run as I progress.

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