Saturday 2nd February

The Be Active MetrO Series heads South to another new area on Saturday 2nd February at 5.00pm, with an event near Adventure World in Bibra Lake. The event assembly area is adjacent to Bibra Lake, near the junction of Progress Drive and Gwilliam Drive.    

The event is not far from the coast – Coogee Beach or the beaches in the new Port Coogee Marina, and Fremantle’s many cafes are a 15-minute drive.

There will be three courses with simple navigation – Short (2-3kms), Medium (5-6kms), or Long (7-9kms).  You can walk, jog or run to find the control points, using the special map provided.  

Registration for Saturday’s event opens at 4.15pm on and a Beginners’ Briefing will be conducted at around 4.45pm.  Presentations will be held at the usual time of 6.15pm.

The nearest Kwinana Freeway exits are Farrington Rd and Berrigan Drive.  From the exit head Westwards along Farrington Rd for 3kms, then turn left into Progress Drive and follow it for approx. 1.6kms to the event parking area on your left.  From the Berrigan Drive exit, head West, then turn right at lights from Berrigan into North Lake Rd, follow this for 1.8kms then turn right into Bibra Drive and immediately left into Progress Drive, and the event will be on your right after 1km.

The Mandurah train stops at Berrigan Drive (Cockburn Central Station), from where there are bike paths along the route described above.  You could also exit the train at Murdoch Station and follow the Freeway bike path South to Roe Highway, then take the bike path along Hope Rd to Progress Drive.

Bus number 520 from Cockburn Central Station will take you right past the event, and connects with the 3.31pm train from Perth Underground, returning at approx. 6.30pm to get you back to Perth by 7.12pm.

Mandurah Trains Timetable        Bus No. 520 Timetable

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