Hubert 100

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May 8-9 2021

100 miles · 100 km · 50 km · 42.2 km


Follow in Sir Hubert Wilkins’ footsteps as you run your way over the Pound wall, across ancient lake beds, through rocky valleys, and along grassy trails in the shadows of the Ranges.

All of the races will take in the best the Ranges has to offer by foot, and will most definitely fill you with awe at least once! The history of the area is easy to see as it is evident everywhere. Join us in appreciating the bond that the Adnyamathanha people have had with this land for thousands of years, and be taken in by the Welcome To Country ceremony at Wilpena Pound Resort on the Friday evening.

Two runners holding hands as they celebrate passing through the finish line's arch.

The daytime average temperature in May is 20 degrees, nights cool down to around 7 degrees.

We offer a choice of race distances: 42.2 km, 50 km, 100 km and the famous 100 miler. Please note that the 100 mile race has qualifying standards:

  • completion of at least one trail ultra marathon of 100 km or more in the preceding 18 months, or;
  • completion of an endurance event lasting more than eight hours (such as an Ironman triathlon, or 24 Hour Rogaine).

The Race Director will consider all applications, but their decision will be final.

All runners must be 18 years of age or older on the start date of the race. Ambulance cover is mandatory for all runners and buddy runners.

Buddy runners are only permitted in the 100 mile and 100 km events. They are not permitted to start accompanying prior to:

  • Aroona Ruins (100 mile event - either direction)
  • Trezona Campground (100 km event)

Registration for buddy runners to be advised.

The event is also held in partnership with the Friends of the Heysen Trail, who do a magnificent job maintaining the trail from end to end.

We hope to see you out at the Hubert in May!

Huge thanks to all!!! What an epic weekend in such an amazing place! Loved it!

Luke M.

Such a testament to you...for putting on what I believe is one very special and unique event in a world class area. I was so privileged to be able to be apart of your race and to do it proud

Stephen R.

They had slow cookers going, hot drinks, campfire, recliners, party lights leading the way there, and a charging station to charge your watch and phone!

Katie M.

A very big special mention and thanks for the volunteers within the SA running fraternity. Without you, these events do not happen. Over the duration of my 32+ hours on this course, it was so heart warming to reach these check points that were staffed with such happy, helpfull and caring souls.

David R.

Wadna logo

In 2019 we're delighted to continue our relationship with Kristian Coulthard (from Wadna Yura), an Adnyamathanha man from the Flinders Rangers. He is a much sought after tour guide and an exceptional artist. We have commissioned him to produce this year's trophies and a painting (Wandu Ngarndika) that will feature throughout the Hubert 100. We urge you to check him out on Facebook and Instagram.

Adnyamathanha Flag

Adnyamathanha flag

We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians whose ancestral lands we are meeting upon during our event. We acknowledge the deep feelings of attachment and relationship of Aboriginal peoples to Country. We also pay respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal peoples visiting / attending from other areas of South Australia / Australia present here.

Race Information

Race calendar

Race days: May 2nd-3rd 2020

Entries open: May 20th 2019

Start / Cutoff times

RaceStart timeCutoff timesAllowed time
100 miles10:00am Saturday May 2nd 20209:00pm Sunday May 3rd 202035 hours
100 km8:00am Saturday May 2nd 20208:00am Sunday May 3rd 202024 hours
50 km8:00am Sunday May 3rd 20209:00pm Sunday May 3rd 202013 hours
42.2 km10:00am Sunday May 3rd 20209:00pm Sunday May 3rd 202011 hours

Individual course aid station cutoff times

Early Bird Race Fees (until August 31 2020)

100 mile · $550 (regular $635)
100 km · $415 (regular $480)
50 km · $250 (regular $290)
42.2 km · $215 (regular $250)
Buddy Runners · NA

Early bird discounts

Early bird discounts as stated above.

Refund policy

Please view our refunds policy.


PDF files

Hubert 100 mile course - PDF file (2.1MB) revised April 2019

Hubert 100 km course - PDF file (1.7MB) revised April 2019

Hubert 50 km course - PDF file (1.6MB) revised April 2019

Hubert 42.2 km course - PDF file (1.5MB) revised April 2019

Aid Station Locations (Google Maps links)

Please note that not all distance events will pass through all aid stations. Please refer to your course map to identify which aid stations will be part of your journey.

Wilpena Pound

Outside Track

Wilcolo Track

Brachina Gorge Road (Unattended Water Drop)

Yanyanna Hut

Trezona Campground

Aroona Ruins Campground (Temptation Station)

Pigeon Bore (Unattended Water Pump)

Parachilna Gorge

100 mile course

Total elevation: 2,718 metres

100 km course

50 km course

42.2 km course

Elevation details

  • 100 miles: 2,718 metres elevation
  • 100 km: 1,606 metres elevation
  • 50 km: 1,113 metres elevation
  • 42.2 km: 966 metres elevation

Track a runner

Throughout the race, 100 mile and 100 km runners will carry a GPS locator. You can monitor their positions via the YB Tracking website.

If you wish to track a runner on a mobile device you will require the 'YB Races' app from the appropriate app store:

YB Races app for Android devices
YB Races app for Apple devices

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Race bling & merchandise

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Mandatory gear

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Bag checks

Bag checks will be able to be conducted at pre-determined locations prior to the event, as well as at the event venue.

From April 1 2019 bags can be checked at both The Running Company stores in South Australia (278-280 Unley Road Hyde Park, and Shop 1/39A Beach Road Christies Beach).

Aid stations

All Ultra Runners South Australia races are cup-free. Athletes, support crew, and volunteers are asked to bring their own refillable vessels such as flasks, bottles or collapsable cups.
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Below is a list of the things you can expect to find at the race aid stations.


  • Water
  • Energy drink
  • Coke


  • Watermelon
  • Bananas
  • Chips
  • Lollies (Party Mix)
  • Trail Mix
  • Cucumber and cheese sandwiches at selected aid stations
  • Potatoes at selected aid stations
  • Extra savoury snacks
  • Hot meal (vegan friendly) at selected aid stations

Aroona Ruins ('Temptation Station') - 100 mile and 100km runners:

Quinten and Al from In The Flinders run the aid station at Aroona Ruins. They affectionately name it 'Temptation Station'. This is what they have in store for you in 2019...

In The Flinders logo

This year Temptation Station will have:

  • a dedicated camping space for buddy runners and crews. We have already pre-booked campsite #4 which is where we had the aid station for the last two years. This year we have also booked campsite #8 (see map below). Last year we had a few pacers and support crew sleep nearby or at our station, so we thought that this year we would offer some better options for them. We will bring an extra gazebo for campsite #8 which we will setup with 4 camp beds. Pacers or support crew will be welcome to use this camp area (on a first-come, first-serve basis) as required. To further help the pacers/support crews, we will love to offer them wake-up calls or alerts when their runner comes through.
  • power available, which we will use to provide various comforts for participants including lighting, and cooking facilities. Support crew will be welcome to make use of the urn and hotplate for preparing food/drinks etc. if runners do not want to eat from the aid station supplies.
  • hot water (including tea/coffee facilities) along with hot soup (stew and a vegan option) and fresh hot damper, as well as all the regular aid station supplies. There will also be a special tasty treat for all runners that make it to the station, but you need to make it there to find out what it is!
  • a charging station for people's devices. There will be plenty of powered USB outlets and runners will just need to ensure they have the appropriate USB cable with them (or placed in their drop bag).
  • a dedicated drop bag tent with a large bench space for people to grab supplies and gear etc.
  • a privacy tent next to the drop bags for runners to change in etc.
  • a huge 120L Esky filled with ice so that runners can store perishables in addition to their regular drop bags. We'll collect and store these perishables at the same time as we collect the drop bags. Runners should provide their perishables in a plastic bag marked with their name (alongside their drop bag) and we'll ensure they are kept cool until needed.
  • two gazebos for runners and visitors/crews etc. to shelter in if they want to get out of the weather.
  • a fire, arm chairs, music, soft lightning and a home away from home atmosphere. We welcome anyone to come along and stay a while; you can help us cheer runners in throughout the event. The stipulation being that people must bring their happy. You bring your happy, and we'll supply the lighting, music and a party atmosphere all night!

We’re looking forward to it!


Drop bags

All attended aid stations listed below (i.e. all except Pigeon Bore and Yanyanna Hut) are able to host your drop bags. Check the PDF maps above for drop bag points on your course.

  • Outside Track
  • Wilcolo Track
  • Trezona Campground
  • Aroona Ruins
  • Parachilna Gorge

Drop bags must be clearly labelled with your name and the aid station to which you want it delivered. Please check the race briefing with regard to drop bags and the location/times you need to deliver them to us prior to transport to the aid stations.

Race briefing

While almost all the information you require about Hubert 100 is on this web page, the race director will provide a 'Race Briefing' shortly before the race. This will detail all crucial race information and alert you to any necessary adjustments.

The 2019 Hubert 100 Race Briefing is now available for download. Please read it carefully in conjunction with the information on this web page. This document is considered essential reading for all competitors, support crew and volunteers.

If you would like to join us for dinner on Friday May 3rd, you will need to pre-book on our web page. Dinner is $35 per person - children aged 15 and under are free.

Share the love

We love seeing and hearing about your adventures. If you want to share any of your photos or stories about this event please use our hashtag: #Hubert100. Follow the links below to see what others have shared.

#Hubert100 on Facebook

#Hubert100 on Instagram

#Hubert100 on Twitter

#Hubert100 on YouTube

Provisional starters' lists

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Bus times

If you need transport to the 50km or 42.2km start line you can book a seat on our bus for $30 per seat. Follow this link to make your booking.

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Volunteers & support crew

Our volunteers will contribute thousands of combined hours to assist, support and motivate you from the start to the finish of your run. Below is a list of volunteers for this year's race. We encourage you to say "thank you" to the volunteers whenever possible - these races simply cannot occur without their support. We require volunteers for various roles at this event. If you would like to contribute to this or any race as a volunteer, please email the Ultra Runners South Australia team at your earliest convenience.

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Photos from all Ultra Runners South Australia events can be accessed via the Ultra Runners South Australia Bluemelon website. You will also find photos from our events on our Facebook page.

Race results

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2019 FInishers

2018 FInishers

2017 FInishers

2016 FInishers