Race Village

Activities at Race Village


Test your skills in the flight simulator
Experience cutting edge technology that is being used to ready soldiers for the worst possible situations in the air. Australian pilots hold highly specialised skills, which take time to develop and are strengthened by hours of experience; do you have what it takes to fly in a arrange od weather conditions, without leaving the ground?

Jump up on a tank
Soldiers from Brisbane’s own 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment (QMI) will be on hand to show you through this 63 tonne Main Battle Tank. The tank is at the core of ADF’s Combined Arms Fighting System. Because of their versatility, tanks can be used in a wide range of scenarios, environments and levels of conflict in the region.

See the Australian Army’s newest bit of kit
The 8x8 Boxer Combat Reconnaissance Vehicles have recently been introduced to the Australian Army as the newest Light Horse (Reconnaissance). Fitted with a 30mm automatic cannon turret system, this new armoured fighting vehicle is even more capable, protected, lethal and enabled that its predecessor, the ASLAV.

Food and Coffee
Food and Coffee: Help support our vendors at Run Army Race Village. A range of delicious food and coffee will be available to purchase on race day. We have everything you could need, from Anzac biscuits and smoothies, through to bacon and egg rolls and cold brew coffee.

FREE YOGA
We’re delighted to offer two FREE Yoga sessions, provided by Jess Jasch at J-Leigh. Yoga will take place on the afternoon of Saturday 23 April, from Race Village.

Session 1: 11:30am
Session 2: 3:00pm


Jess will be providing two 40 minute yoga sessions to help you limber up for race day. There is no need to register for these sessions. Simply bring along a towel, water bottle and join in with Jess as she takes you through the motions.

No prior yoga experience is necessary – all levels will be catered for. We welcome everyone to stretch with Jess!

It’s no secret those who work in Defence and in Emergency Services – Police, Ambulance, and Fire & Rescue – are witness to many situations that are hard to comprehend from the outside. Even in the instances where trauma and PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) aren’t factors, these are high-stress, highly-charged occupations that play havoc on the function on the nervous system.

 

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