BATHURST Wallabies Triathlon Club have confirmed their races dates for the upcoming 2019-20 season, and the action's set to start in just over a month's time.
The first race of the new season will take place on November 10 and it will be the first of six events in the new Bathurst Triathlon Series.
The series has maintained its six-race format and the women's only race has also made a return following a highly successful debut last season.
With a stack of races within and outside Bathurst it's a tricky task trying to sort out a functioning calendar of races.
Returning president Richard Blackie was one of those who had the unenviable job but he's happy with how it's come together.
"We're ready to go and we're quite organised this year. It gets harder and harder each year because there's so much competition with dates," he said.
"That's not just from our events. That's from other clubs' events, running events and cycling events. We've tried our best to avoid clashes where we could.
"We have our traditional six races plus the women's round, which we're hoping is going to become a permanent fixture."
The Inter Club series is back again with Bathurst playing host to the second round on Australia Day.
The January 26 event and the final round of the local series on April 5 - the Carroll-Scott Memorial - shape up to be the two biggest events on the calendar.
It's hoped there will be significant turnout at those events and the remainder of the series throughout the season.
"We saw a real growth in the club last year and from what we've heard, from people talking this year, we're looking at having the same numbers, if not more, compared to last season," Blackie said.