Max Adventure is immensely grateful to our dedicated supporters for their invaluable support in bringing the Coastal Classic to life. Their steadfast involvement has been instrumental in ensuring the seamless execution and safety of our trail running races.


Billy’s Bushies are a local trail running group based in Sutherland with a long history of running and supporting the Coastal Classic. It is a true example of the connection local trail runners have with the Coast Track and the Coastal Classic. The Bushies are incredible supporters of the event and can be seen marshalling and cheering along the course and at all of the Aid Stations every year – make sure you say hi and thank them as you run by, the Coastal Classic just wouldn’t be the same without them.



CREST NSW is a voluntary organisation consisting of people who have an interest in radio communications. CREST NSW supports our events by providing a radio communication network and radio operators to ensure on-course communications can be maintained, no matter how remote the trails. They are an important contributor to the safety of our events.


OTFORD public school

Located in the small village of Otford, Otford Public School is a small community school caring for children and preparing them for the future. Their grounds host all the race morning action for runners preparing for the Coastal Classic. We thank the School and the P&C for their continuous support of the event and allowing us to set up and run our start line from the School grounds.



The Coastal Classic finish line sits just outside the Bundeena Community Services Club with views across Port Hacking. The Bundeena Community Services Club is a generous supporter of the event – providing facilities and services so that we can deliver that iconic Coastal Classic finish line. It’s also the perfect spot to sit and watch all the finish line action – so head upstairs and enjoying a post-race meal or drink with a view!


otford & bundeena rural fire brigades

The Coastal Classic runs between the two villages of Otford and Bundeena. These communities are served by a dedicated group of Rural Fire Service volunteers. Both Otford and Bundeena brigades are strong supporters of the event, assisting at the event start (with associated traffic movements and road closures) and helping keep the hungry runners fed at the finish line. We thank both brigades for their continued support.