Targa Adelaide Results Archive
My Favourite Targa Car Facebook Competition!
Entering is simple & fun!
1) Like these Facebook Pages: /targanews and /delatitehotel
2) Post your Targa car pic or video (including a comment) to /targanews page
3) Tag #TargaHC & #DelatiteHotel or if you can't post a pic
4) Share or Comment on one of these pics / videos
- GoPro Camera – Supplied by BSM Sport
- $100 voucher for Delatite Hotel
- Targa DVD set
Brought to you by Delatite Hotel – THE place to be during Targa High Country & a great spot to watch all the action of the Mansfield Street Stage. Like their Facebook page here.
Located in the busy country town of Mansfield, only 2 1/2 hours from Melbourne, the Delatite Hotel is a great spot to start your High Country adventure! www.thedeltatitehotel.com.au
NOTE: Competition runs from 7-11 November 2014.
Dining venues filling up for this year's event!
Mt Buller is happy to be head quarters for Targa High Country, as well as being the best action viewing point for competition cars taking on the mountain climb stage on Friday and of course the grand finale on Sunday afternoon.
The Mt Buller dining venues are open for your bookings & filling up! Book in advance ASAP to ensure you have a seat for yourself & your crew - one less thing to thing about during the event!
Check out all dining information listed in your Guide to the Event downloadable online HERE.
Visit the reservations site http://bit.ly/TargaDinnerBuller to book now...
Targa 2014 DVD + back copies of other years!
Yes, our stock has arrived and you are now able to purchase the 2014 Targa Tasmania DVD - just $29.95.
Included is the recently screened television documentary along with additional footage AND of course the PARTY TAPE!
We are also offering past DVDs at super cheap prices when you purchase the current one. Simply download the order form HERE, visit our Shop page, or contact Tracey (e: email@example.com or 0447 770 812).
Tasmania Triumphs in Lonely Planet’s Best for 2015
When the world's most trusted travel publisher, Lonely Planet, tells the world Tasmania is 'ripe for the picking' this is your cue to head our way with an appetite.
Named fourth in the world’s “Top 10 Regions in the World to Visit in 2015” in the Best in Travel 2015 publication, come find out why Lonely Planet have coined Australia’s island state ‘wild and dramatic, cultured and quirky, isolated yet accessible.’
As the only destination in Australia or New Zealand to make a major list, Lonely Planet pays particular homage to the Bruny Island food scene. According to them, ‘whether it’s getting a frisky fill of oysters at Get Shucked Oyster Farm, downing a few glasses of pinot noir at Australia’s most southern winery, or gorging on freshly picked berries from the local berry farm, there’s no better place to taste Tassie on a plate.’
So come on over before all the plates are licked clean. We’ve created a few top-4 lists to match our lofty top 4 position.
Discover more about Tasmania...