Hundreds join the fun at 2022 NAIDOC Week colour run
Cool weather hasn’t stopped families from flocking to Sturt Reserve on Monday morning.
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More than 200 people have participated in a colour run and family fun day on Murray Bridge’s riverfront for NAIDOC Week.
Runners young, old and in between raced off around a circular course at Sturt Reserve on Monday morning, either dodging sprays of colour or veering into them.
Afterwards, families enjoyed everything from fruit and coffee to a bouncy castle and a petting zoo.
The event was organised by the Indigenous Marathon Foundation, through its Murraylands Deadly Fun Run Series, and Aboriginal health service Moorundi.
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