Maps and Files galore if you scroll down and click on the relevant links.
Birds eye view: Imagery copyright CNS/Airbus & Landsat/Copernicus and courtesy of Google Earth.
Directional way points: ~100m before the way point, your watch will alert and tell you which directional to turn. 0-20m from the way point the watch will alert and tell you what the _next_ turn will be. On Suunto Ambit, the watch will use text (eg, it will display "Left"). On Suunto Spartan and 9, Suunto have chosen to only display the way point's type as an icon - and not the way point's name/text. To compensate for this, a "Lake" icon is used to indicate a left-turn and a "Restaurant" icon is used to indicate a right-turn.
Distances and ascent: Every watch will measure these differently! The numbers quoted here are estimates based on data from multiple sources.
'60'km: NOTE route has been revised a little for 2021. See Facebook group for discussion.
~65.5km with ~2327m ascent and ~2158m descent
Garmin Connect course <Best way to view course.
~36.4km with ~1310m ascent/descent
36km Garmin Connect course <Best way to view course.Profile: WL36_2019_profile.png
~19.9km with 980m ascent/descent
20km Garmin Connect course <Best way to view course.Profile: WL20_2019_profile.png
~7.9 with 125m ascent/descent
8km Garmin Connect course <Best way to view course.Profile: WL8_2019_profile.png
~2.1km with ~40m ascent/descent
2km Garmin Connect course <Best way to view course.
The Saturday 8km Course. (2pm)
A flatter course without the qualification requirements of the longer Sunday runs. On the western side of Fyans Creek you'll be running on flat paths and trails. On the eastern side of the creek you'll experience undulating (ok small bumps that some will call hills) terrain amidst the bushland of the Grampians National Park.
The Saturday 2km Course. (1pm)
When it hits the bush it's a 'flat-ish' path with significant rocky sections. Out to Venus baths and back.