Congratulations to all run prize winners and well done to all run and walk participants.
See you in 2020!
The Mouth2Mouth Walk-Run & Carnival is a fantastic community event, raising funds to support lifesaving on the Narrawong beach, as well as other local community projects.
Start training now for the 14km, 7km or 3km walk or run.
Or get involved in other ways – book a site for a stall, perform on stage, put you hand up to help or just come along to enjoy the day.Download the entry form for the Mouth2Mouth Colouring Competition here. Print out the sheet, colour in and upload or bring in on the day. Detailed instructions are on the page. You’ve got to be in it to win it!
The event starts with runs/walks along the beach and around the Surry River, and finishes with a great carnival with local musicians, stalls, fabulous food, children’s activities and whale boat races.
Run and walk registrations open at 8.00am on site or you can pre-book online for runs only. The carnival is on from 10.00am. Vendors interested in having a stall at the Mouth2Mouth can download a vendor application form 2019 here.
Come along and enjoy the pristine environment at Narrawong foreshore.
Mouth2Mouth Runs – sponsored by Yumbah Narrawong
Online registrations available for RUNS (and timed walks) ONLY.
People of all abilities are encouraged to participate.
To see the full list of run times from the 2018 M2M, click here.
Mouth2Mouth Walks – sponsored by the Narrawong Holiday Park
All WALK registrations finalised on the day. Download a Walk Registration Form here and take your form with you OR register at the Recreation Reserve from 8.00am. People of all abilities are encouraged to participate.
Did you know that it is the breeding season of the Hooded Plover? These little birds need to be protected. They nest in the dunes, so please keep close to the water (plus it’s the easiest place to walk!)
Narrawong is approximately 15km east of Portland on the Princes Highway. To get to the Mouth2Mouth Walk-Run & Carnival, take Caravan Park Road (just west of where the highway crosses the Surry River) to the Narrawong Recreation Reserve. There will be signs to assist.
View Narrawong Recreation Reserve in a larger map