Masters of the Outback

Calling all ‘Masters’ of the Outback teams. You will need 4 team members made up of 2 males and 2 females (a couple of pigeon pairs!).

The great thing about this event is that its both challenging and fun. Yes, it certainly does help if you are fit, but the emphasis is on the team and we’re always impressed with the amazing team spirit from our Outback Masters.

Endurance and strength events feature carrying tyre and fence equipment, pushing cars, racing through an Outback waterhole….certainly not your everyday activity….

Day 1:  Tuesday 24 September 2019 
Teams will undertake a challenge of strength, agility and speed in transferring rural equipment over a measured distance.

Day 2:  Wednesday 25 September 2019
Teams will test their skills in agility and speed while navigating their way through the Long Waterhole watercourse.

Day 3:  Thursday 26 September 2019 
Teams will take part in a Farmer’s Carry challenge which will test grip, upper body and leg strength as well as mental toughness.

Day 4:  Friday 27 September 2019 
Teams will undertake an 8km marathon challenge.

Day 5:  Saturday 28 September 2019 
The final challenge will require teams to push and load a 4WD vehicle over a measured distance.

Prize Money up for grabs!

Corporate teams are very welcome to participate – a great team building activity for your staff! If you would like ideas and/or assistance in creating a fantastic team-building trip for your company, please contact our event coordinator.

Eligibility: All competitors must be aged 33 years and over and must participate fully in every event over the 5 days. Sorry, but if you are planning on competing in either the 2019 Outback Ironman or Iron woman events, you are not eligible to compete in the Masters.

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