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Targa Great Barrier Reef 2018 Information Kit

As at the close of Early Bird entries a couple of days ago, no fewer than 163 crews had officially entered the first ever running of Targa Great Barrier Reef, with entries coming from every state and both territories. 

With seven months still to go before the roar of Targa cars hits Cairns, the excitement is already unprecedented for any new Targa event, since the first ever Targa Tasmania was announced way back in 1991. 

This incredible early entry number already ensures that our newest Targa event will be one not to be missed. It also shows the amazing appeal of this beautiful destination and all it has to offer.

Click here to download the competitors information pack, for those who have entered or those yet to decide!

If you haven’t entered yet, it’s not too late with limited spots available. Simply email Pam at pam@targa.com.au for further details.

 

Targa North West to again kick off 2019 Championship

After the very successful running of the first two day Targa North West earlier this year, 2019 will see a 'business as usual' approach to the Burnie based event, with it again being the opening round of the CAMS Australian Targa Championship.


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Targa Great Barrier Reef Wants To Run Closed Stage on Coast Road

The organisers of the Targa Great Barrier Reef road race want to use the Captain Cook Highway between Cairns and Port Douglas for the event, which involves closing the road for up to four hours, as soon as next year if possible.


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Targa Australia Events Go Global

Exciting news for the Targa world today, with Targa Australia signing an International distribution agreement, which will see the 2018 Targa Tasmania TV shows and the upcoming Targa Great Barrier Reef TV Show, telecast to 130 countries around the world, over the coming months.


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Targa Great Barrier Reef 2018 - Cairns Post Article 7.7.18

Check out our half page spread in the Cairns Post over the weekend.


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