Online Fundraising

Online registration have now closed.

You can still register!

  • Over the phone - call 0439 093 759
  • At PCYC Beenleigh:
    • Friday 7 June, 9am - 4pm or
    • Saturday 8 June, 9.30pm - 2:00pm
  • At the Bill Norris Oval:
    • Sunday 9 June, 7am - 8:30am*

*Entry fees are payable by cash, eftpos or credit card. Please visit the race registration desk from 7am (first race wave starts at 8am).


The Entry Fees:

Young Person

0 - 18 years






4 people (Max 2A + 2Y) 







Entry fees are payable by credit card at the time of registration. You can register more than one person in one payment. Entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable. 


Choose your start time during registration - 8am or 9am (10am wave is now full)! 

The Course:



Due to recent rain PCYC embRACE has been relocated and is now taking place at the Bill Norris Oval in Beenleigh


This awesome new course starts and finishes on the Bill Norris Oval and takes you through some of the beautiful parkland in the surrounding area. 


'embRACE' the challenge and see how many laps you can do in one hour!

The Festival

Whether you are taking part in the inflatable fun, supporting someone that is, or just passing by, our FREE family festival is open to all.  


Hosted by Channel 10 sports presenter Jono Williams we have something for everyone..

  • Live entertainment

We are very pleased to welcome back two awesome singers from PCYC Mount Gravatt Ben and Bella.  Joining them once again, will be the amazing The Voice contestant Liz Conde and new to the stage this year the fantastic, up and coming group Divine Our Destiny


  • Jumping castles
  • Gamify rock wall
  • Indigenous Games
  • 'Have a go' pre school gymnastics 

and...wait for it...

QPS Officers with their four legged partners from the Dog squad!


With a sausage sizzle and the Project Booyah Coffee van to keep you fed and watered, what more could you ask for! 

Who are PCYC Queensland?


As a trusted and respected registered charity, our staff and volunteers have been working with the Queensland Police Services (QPS) to meet local community needs since 1948.


Today, PCYC Queensland is a leading provider of youth and community programs, services and facilities. Our three pillars – youth development, crime prevention and community engagement – underpin all that we do.


Importantly, our clubs play a vital role in the lives of over 50,000 young people each year to have positive experiences, get involved in a range of sports and activities, and benefit from great mentors and community leaders including our serving police officers.


Your support makes the difference.


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