9 February 2025

Based at Trial Bay Gaol, South West Rocks.

Join the fun in the Enticer or Sprint Triathlon in beautiful South West Rocks. With options for Individuals, Relay Teams and All In Teams –
there’s something for everyone! 



DateSunday 9 February 2025

Seabreeze Beach Hotel Enticer Triathlon
For all ages 12 years and above
Wade/Swim: 300m
Cycle: 7.5km
Run: 2.5km

Sprint Triathlon
For all ages 14 years and above
Swim: 750m
Cycle: 30km
Run: 5km

Age Categories

Individuals: Age Groups: 15, 16-17, 18-19 / 20-24 / 25-29 / 30-34 / 35-39 / 40-44 / 45-49 / 50-54 / 55-59 / 60-64 / 65-69 / 70-74 / 75-79 / 80+ (all ages calculated as of 31 December 2024)
Teams: Female, Male, Mixed

Minimum age is calculated as of 31 December 2024.



 SUPER EARLY BIRD (Ends 31 July)EARLY BIRD (Ends 30 November)REGULAR (Ends 31 January)
Sprint Individual$99$109$119
Sprint Relay Team$149$159$169
Sprint All In Team$199$217$230
 SUPER EARLY BIRD (Ends 31 July)EARLY BIRD (Ends 30 November)REGULAR (Ends 31 January)
Enticer Individual (14+ years)$79$89$99

TA Licence

If you are not a Triathlon Australia Annual (Standard or Premium) Member, you will need a One Day Licence.

One Day Licences are automatically added to your entry at time of purchase if you do not enter a valid Triathlon Australia number for a cost of $12.50 for Sprint, and $4.50 for Enticer. 

One Day Licence (ODL) is a means by which participants who are not Triathlon Australia Annual Members, contribute to the costs of running the sport of triathlon. It also ensures they are covered by an appropriate level of insurance while they are participating at events.

If you are participating more than one event this season, consider becoming a Triathlon Australia Annual Member.

This event is governed under the Triathlon Australia Race Competition Rules, click here to read more.

One Day Licence fees have increased as of the 2023/24 season, for more information visit Triathlon Australia’s website here.



Tri Rules

All our Events are governed by Triathlon Australia Policy and Rules. Full details can be accessed as follows Triathlon Australia Race Competition Rules.


If you are not a Triathlon Australia Member, you will need a One Day Membership.

TEAMS: All members of your team must be current Triathlon Australia Members or a One Day Membership must be bought to cover the team.

One Day Memberships are automatically added to your entry at time of purchase if you do not enter a valid Triathlon Australia number.

If you intend to compete in more than one event, then it may be worth considering an Annual Membership of Triathlon Australia.


To request a withdrawal, transfer or refund you must email trialbay@nxsports.org in advance of the event.

Refer to our Terms & Conditions for details.

Wave Starts

Wave starts will be uploaded after official entries close 10 days prior to the event.

Start List

Start lists will be uploaded closer to the event date.


Registration is planned to open on Saturday afternoon from 4.00pm at the South West Rocks Country Club and Sunday morning at the Camp Kitchen from 6.00am until ten minutes before the first wave start.

When you arrive at the venue you will need to sign in at the registration area. Line up based on your age group, you will then be asked for your surname and first name.

You will receive your registration pack which will include:

  • Bike Sticker 
  • Helmet Sticker
  • Bib Number – Put this on your shirt (front) with safety pins or on your race belt.
  • Timing band – Around your left ankle.
  • Swim cap 

If you are a team, one team member can collect your team race kit for the whole team at registration.  

Bike Racking

Bike racking is only available on Sunday morning from 6.00am until 7.00am.

Before you can enter transition you must have your bike sticker and helmet stickers affixed.  You must also wear your helmet for Officials inspection.

Only race kit is permitted to stay in transition – for all other items, you must use the bag drop.

Please remember to practice social-distancing.

This is particularly important when:

  • Checking into the event site;
  • Queuing at Registration;
  • Moving around in the main compound in the vicinity of the Finish Line;
  • Entering / leaving the bike compound;
  • In fact, anywhere where people gather.

COVID Check-in

You will need to bring your phone to scan the QR code

 – PLEASE NOTE, there will be NO manual check-in.

If you don’t have your phone, a friend can check you in, BUT not as a ‘dependant’ of theirs.

*Please remember to show a Covid Marshall your ‘green tick’ on your phone before you enter. 

Several COVID Marshalls will be in attendance to assist you, if necessary.

Hand sanitizer will be available at various locations

NO FOOD or DRINKS will be available to purchase

You are responsible for providing your own lunch, snacks & drinks.

Portable toilets will be provided for your use.

The toilet & shower facilities in the National Park are for campers’ use only.

Spectators are discouraged from attending.

Of course, we realise Mums and/or Dads will need to accompany their child(ren) at the Nestle junior tri events on Saturday, 13th.

There will be NO awards Presentation ceremony on either Saturday or Sunday.

We ask that you leave the venue as soon as possible after finishing your event!

If you win a medal or trophy, we’ll do our best to give it to you before you leave.

Otherwise, we’ll try to get it you by other means (eg., Aust. Post).


Click here for the 2022 Trial Bay Triathlon Results

Click here for the 2021 Nestle Junior Triathlon Results

Click here for the 2021 Coastline Credit Union Trial Bay Triathlon Results

Results for the 2019 Trial Bay Triathlon are available by CLICKING HERE.

Note: 2020 Trial Bay Triathlon was cancelled due to extreme weather conditions.



What do I get?


Race number

Timing and results on race day

Police support and traffic control

Medical support


Athlete gift

Sponsor goodies

Water and aid stations on course

Post-race recovery area


Lucky draw prizes at presentation

Bragging rights and stories to tell!