Running in Melbourne is nothing new for the Pyke family.The two boys, now aged 10 and 13, were on their own in the backyard of their house before they were introduced to virtual running in 2016."We ran in the summer, we didn't know anyone, it was just us, it's just like running on the beach," Josh said."We went to a running centre in the suburbs, and we were pretty shocked.It was so cool, it just ...
Runners at the Australian Outback Run have a lot of fun and enjoy the scenic beauty of the park, which is home to over 200 species of animals and the legendary super mario.
However, the world-class run track has a lot more in common with the world of science, which has been known to attract scientists from around the world, including the likes of Nobel Prize winner and US President Donald Trump.
The Australian Outbacks run has been held annually since 1869.
But this year, the race is the first ever to take place in a museum and museum of the world’s oldest running track, the Great Barrier Reef.
The Great Barrier’s reef runs the length of its entire length from the southern tip of Queensland and extends into the South Pacific.
There are more than 300 species of fish living in and around the reef, and many of these are endemic to Australia.
The run starts in Darwin’s Great Barrow Museum, where visitors can see an exhibition showcasing the different species of reef fish that live on the reef.
The exhibition also includes a guide to the Great Barrows biodiversity, including a number of marine animals including kangaroos, koalas and sandhill cranes.
Next to the museum, visitors can explore the Great Walk, a 12.7km long walk that runs along the reef in a natural environment that is perfect for running, swimming and exploring the reef with other species.
The first 100 runners have to complete a 50km challenge to unlock the museum entrance, which was created by Australian scientists who found a way to recreate the walk by building a track in its place.
The walk is also a great place to explore the nearby Great Barrier Island, a popular tourist destination with its distinctive architecture.
The last 100 runners must complete a 200km challenge in the Great Pit Stop, a section of the reef that is home of the Great Sealife and other endangered animals.
This section of Great Barrier is also known as the Great Migratory Bird Sanctuary, as many of the birds have been killed there.
The race takes place on the Great Australian Coral Reef.
The Great Barrier has some of the most beautiful coral reefs on the planet, but the reef also suffers from a lack of natural resources.
The reef has been threatened by a range of diseases and pollution.
The Royal Australian Museum in Canberra, which hosted the race, also offered the runners a reward for completing the race.
The participants in the Australian Great Barrier Run will be rewarded with a commemorative poster featuring an iconic Australian character from the show Super Mario Run.
“A special thanks to all the Australian staff, volunteers and supporters who made this a special event for the entire Australian OutBACK Run community,” said Michael O’Connell, curator of the exhibition.
“This is truly an Australian treasure and we want to thank them all for making this event such a hit with everyone who has entered the race.”
The Australian Museum’s Mario Run is one of several run events held across the country, including Australian Open, the Masters of the Marathons and the Australian Masters, to mark the 50th anniversary of the race in 2017.
The museum is hosting a special running museum tour on April 14.