Tuesday 6th March 2018
Have you organised your corporate team entry yet? Are you up for a challenge like no other? Do you want to encourage team work and camaraderie within your organization?
The Great Adventure Challenge is an exciting, demanding and fun, multisport team based corporate adventure race. Read More
Wednesday 2nd August 2017
Driving rain - check. Gale force winds - check. Chilly conditions - check. It must be Great Adventure Challenge (GAC) time again in WA.
The 2017 GAC series for the Starlight Children’s Foundation kicked off in WA this past weekend as seven teams took on a grueling 70km+ course in support of sick kids and their families. Read More
Wednesday 1st March 2017
Back for its 10 year anniversary the Great Adventure Challenge is setting out to break more records and we need your help!
A corporate team-based adventure race, the Great Adventure Challenge’s inspiration and purpose is to make a real difference by brightening the lives of seriously ill children in Australia. Read More
Monday 17th October 2016
The 2016 Great Adventure Challenge continued on Saturday 8th October in Queensland, with 9 teams racing it out in the beautiful South D’Aguilar National Park.
Starting bright and early with an incredible view at Jolly’s Lookout, teams from BDO, Foxtel, Tatts Group, Data #3, Blue Sky, Hayman Homes, Oracle Business Accountants and PwC participated in a fun team challenge where they had to flip a tarpaulin without anyone getting off the tarp! This quick and easy challenge set the tone for the rest of the day – fun, fast and fearless!
Once the tarp was flipped, the first of the Challengers raced off down the hill on the first running leg. Read More
Monday 8th August 2016
The first Great Adventure Challenge for 2016 kicked off July 30 in Mundaring, WA when 14 teams toughed it out in the Perth Hills in support of the Starlight Children's Foundation.
Navigation skills were tested throughout the 70km course as participants raced through some of the region's most popular attractions, including the historic Mundaring Weir, Lake Leschenaultia and the John Forrest National Park. Read More