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Targa Great Barrier Reef Early Bird Discount Closes this Wednesday!

Early Bird entries are closing on this Wednesday. 31st of January 2018! We want to make sure you don't miss out on the first ever, Targa event held in Queensland!

We will be based in one of Australia’s iconic tourism locations, Cairns and will reach out to all of the surrounding regions, including Port Douglas and the Atherton Tablelands.


The inaugural event will be held on 31st August and 1st & 2nd September 2018 on a course of over 200 competitive kilometres, including the exciting range roads out of Cairns and Port Douglas which, if you have ever been to the region, you will agree are some of the most exciting roads in the country.


Targa Great Barrier Reef will be a Targa event like no other, as it passes through landscapes that are truly unique, to Tropical North Queensland.  Sugar cane and banana plantations, will line the various stages and the weather will be anything but cold, being held at an ideal time of the year.


Discounted freight packages from the southern capitals will be released early in the New Year.


We would love to see you there and become one of the inaugural competitors, in what promises to be a very exciting new Targa event, that will also be Round Three of the new CAMS Australian Targa Championship.

 

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