Welcome to RPH3 - The Corrupt Hash.

Formed in 1975, Royal Peninsula Hash House Harriers can best be described as a running club with a drinking problem or a drinking club with a running problem, we're not sure which. Although these days we cater for walkers as well as runners.

We are a Male only Hash that runs 7pm sharp every Tuesday at either Parks, Clubs, Pubs or Private Homes in an area that covers the Mornington Peninsula and surrounds, virtually anywhere south of Mordialloc Creek.

Runs cover a pre set trail, that if set properly, are designed to keep the pack together and could be anywhere from 5km to 12km+ (depending on how lazy / sadistic the Hare is). Short-cutting back to the beer truck is optional.

Food is put on by the Hare/s on that particular week and grog truck is in attendance at all runs that are not at a Pub or Club.

Visitors and potential New Members are welcome, as long as you are male, like a beer and are not easily offended, if you identify as being woke, this is probably not the place for you. If this appeals to you, just show up on the night and introduce yourself and we'll buy you a beer, see run sheet page for Run Venues. 

While you are here, why don't you have a look around.

Our Committee are listed on their own page, just to show their importance.

We have contact info, in case you need to speak to someone.

Our History page has a list of our "has beens" (see Ex Grand Masters), and some bullshit and facts about our 50 years of hashing.

There is a Photo Gallery, mostly with photos of us getting pissed, being buffoons or both.

And finally you will find the Hall Of Fame, with our 1000 Run Club and all Milestone Runs, put there only to satisfy our members Hindenburg sized egos.

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Mission Statement

The philosophy of the original Hash House Harriers from the 1938 Charter:

  • To promote physical fitness among our members
  • To get rid of weekend hangovers
  • To acquire a good thirst and satisfy it in beer
  • To persuade the older members that they are not as old as they feel

Harriers Gallery

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