Perth Frontrunners

Weekly Saturday 8AM Stroll / Roll / Run / Crap Jog + Caffeinate


Sat 03 Feb 2024 8:00AM — Sat 28 Dec 2024 10:00AM
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Event information

If you haven't been to one of our events before, we're a LGBTIQA+allies strolling/rolling/running/crap jogging club, all abilities welcome. We know our big group pics look intimidating, we don’t mean to be, and we're truly a friendly bunch and love meeting new people, including you!

Join us for our weekly Saturday morning stroll / roll / run / crap jog. We meet at 8am outside Zamia Cafe, down the back of Kings Park, and run 5km or stroll/roll/crap jog 3km, at your own pace. Coffee and chats follow. No registration required.

Our recommended routes are below, but we’ll explain the routes them on the morning too.

If you’re nervous about coming, just slide into OUR EMAIL, we’re happy to make sure you’re looked after, no prob’s.

We believe sports should be accessible to everyone, especially those with disabilities. See accessibility notes below.

For public transport options to the event, check our TransPerth's JOURNEYPLANNER.

Our Routes

(Click on maps for more information)

5.8km RUN:

3km STROLL: 

"Rainbow Bridge" 3km STROLL / ROLL / CRAP JOG:


Accessibility Notes

 These accessibility notes have been developed in partnership with Living Proud's Queer & Accessible Project. If you have any queries or would like to confidentially discuss your personal accessibility needs, please EMAIL US


  • 8am – Arrival and meet in front of Zamia café for welcome, information, routes, meet and greet
  • 8:15am – Set off for a run, walk or roll on your chosen path. It does not matter how fast or slow you are, take your time.
  • ~8:45am – Members complete their activity and return to the café for coffee and socialising
  • ~9:15am – Group chat, updates and photo opportunity
  • ~9:30am – Socialising opportunity and members leave when they are ready


  • 4 x Acrod Parking Bays
  • There are no nearby Public Transport options. There is a drop off area available for Uber/Taxis. Additionally the Frontrunners organise car pools to the cafe, please get in touch if this could be of help to you
  • Ramp access to the Café and the Frontrunners meeting point in front of the lake
  • Wheelchair Accessible bathroom at the Café with handrails (no changing places)
  • For wheelchair accessibility the 3km Rainbow Bridge Route is the most suitable. There is a 5m gap between the road the the bush track entry that is sand/gravel with difficult wheelchair accessibility, however once onto the pathway all bush trails are 1.5-2m width and reasonably flat throughout with good signage. The path leads to the Rainbow Bridge, the bridge has good grip, there is a decent slope going up and down the bridge, however
    doesn’t have to be used if not suitable
  • If it is a rainy day, wheelchair accessibility wouldn’t be possible
  • Frontrunners can allocate another walking/running person to welcome and escort new members or individuals that need some guidance
  • Frontrunners are looking to investigate Auslan interpretation, please get in touch if this could be of help to you