Pyjama Fun Run & Walk

Sunday, 27 October

Princes Park, Carlton Melbourne

Registration opens 9am onwards, 3.2km, 6.4km walk/run, or 9.6km run start at 10:30am.

In addition to a lovely experience, everyone who registers will be able to pick up a free Pyjama Fun Run sleep mask from the registration desk, and free Pyjama Fun Run Medal upon completion.

We also have a free pillow pet for every child who registers (while stocks last) to be collected from the registration desk.

We all need sleep, but increasingly we are not getting enough. Lack of sleep is leading to a range of disorders that affect all aspects of our lives from mood, to diet. 

Join us at the 2019 Pyjama Fun Run to support sleep health!

On Sunday October 27 the Pyjama Fun Run event will be held at Princes Park, Carlton. You can register to run 9.6km or walk/run 3.2km around the beautiful Princes Park, wearing your comfy pyjamas! On the day registrations open at 9am, with the first event commencing at 10:30am.

All the funds raised through your registration and fundraising page will support the Monash Health Lung and Sleep department. More specifically, your fundraising will help purchase special machines to help people with sleep apnoea, and research projects to better understand and promote sleep health. 

Participate in this fun filled event (wearing your PJs!) and support your own sleep health, and the health of our community. 

It's time to wake up to a healthy sleep! 

Get involved with our early bird prices!

Adults: $35
Seniors/concession: $25
Children (under 16years): $15
Children (under 5years): Free
Family (two adults and two children): $80

Registration opens from 9am, walk/run start at 10:30am

3.2km or 6.4km walk/run, 9.6km run

We suggest arriving 40 minutes earlier to your start time to allow you to find a car park, change into your pyjamas if needed and collect your Pyjama Fun Run bibs.

For more information contact the Monash Foundation Team:


t: (03) 9594 2700

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