Tasmania's Cadbury Marathon is celebrating its 30th anniversary on January 13, so lace up your runners and get along to the event!
Over 2,000 runners are expected to take part in the fun run – the only one of its kind in the world to start and finish at a chocolate factory – with a new course which will see participants run over the Bowen Bridge for the first time to celebrate the momentous occasion.
Organisers have offered a sneak peek into the course with the Cadbury Training Run, so you can get a feel for the course and be set for race day.
A number of events will take place including the Cadbury Marathon, the Cadbury Half Marathon, Running Edge 5km and the Caramello 1km.
The Running Edge event takes entrants around the Claremont Golf Club, with the Caramello course set up for the little ones, with and all entry money going towards the Clown Doctors charity.
The Clown Doctors is the official charity supporting the Cadbury Marathon – helping bring joy to sick children in palliative care, helping to "bring a smile" to the face of around 85,000 Australians.
The half marathon is open to anyone over the age of 16 and entrants under the age of 12 are eligible to take part in the Caramello 1km.
To enter now, share your details on the Cadbury Marathon website, with an entry fee of just $5, all proceeds go towards the Clown Doctors.
The Cadbury Marathon has also partnered with GoFundraise for 2013, which means you can choose your own charity and set up a fundraising page to share with your friends and family to further help those in need.