There still remains no date yet when parkrun can return to Queensland.
These events and all the other parkrun events across Queensland were cancelled in March after the coronavirus struck though they put a COVID framework in place in August.
But recently some Australian states and territories have resumed parkrunning.
First back was the Northern Territory in September resuming its three Darwin parkruns.
Since then Tasmania and Western Australia have returned to the fold Tasmania and Western Australia with 4946 walkers, joggers, runners and volunteers taking part in the 5km timed event every Saturday morning.
Parkun Australia now says they will reopen parkrun in the ACT this weekend as an initial six-week trial while in South Australia, parkrun events will reopen in SA on November 21.
"We are still in discussions with the Queensland and New South Wales governments regarding approval to reopen parkrun in those states," Renee Gimbert, Territory Manager, parkrun Asia Pacific said.
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