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Targa Tasmania 2019 Course Map

With the 28th running of Targa Tasmania just over 4 months away, we are excited to release the course for 2019.

Monday 29th April will see us return for the ceremonial start at the Country Club, the field will then head out to Holwell, Kayena and the super street stage at George Town.

On Tuesday 30th, all cars will leave from the Silverdome and tackle High Plains, Sheffield, Nook, Moriarty, Paloona & Mount Roland. The crews will be stopping via Latrobe for lunch.

The first day of May and 3rd day of competition, we head east and take on The Sideling, Moorina, Weldborough, Pyengana, Elephant Pass & Rossarden, with lunch by the sea in St Helens.

Thursday 2nd sees Targa Tasmania go North West! Cethana, Castra, Gunns Plains, Riana,Hellyer Gorge & Reece Dam are the challenges this day brings. We will be also visiting Burnie
for lunch with the penguins!

Strahan, Queenstown, Mount Arrowsmith, Tarraleah, Molesworth & Grasstree Hill is what Friday 3rdlooks like for the field, again with a visit to New Norfolk for lunch.

The 5th & final day of Targa Tasmania 2019 will bring the usual challenges as we take on South of Hobart. Tinderbox, Pelverata, Gardners Bay, Oyster Cove, Cygnet & Longley, with us returning to the finish location of 2015 at Mac2 in Salamanca.

Freight options for Targa Great Barrier Reef 2019 announced

We are excited to once again, announce a deal with national car freighter, CEVA to help get all of the amazing Targa cars to Cairns in time for the start on 30th August and home again post event.

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10th Anniversary Targa High Country Opens for Entries

The 10th running of Targa High Country, who would have thought! 

For years they said you would never get a true multi-stage Targa event up and running in Victoria, but after some solid work throughout 2009, Targa High Country came to life on 5th November 2010, when 204 Targa cars descended on the streets of Mansfield for the first ever Mansfield Targa Stage.


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CAMS Australian Targa Championship Hots Up after Targa Tasmania

At the half way point of this year’s CAMS Australian Targa Championship, it is anyone’s game across all of the ten competitions, especially the two Outright competitions for Modern and Classic cars. 


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Final day ... what the driver's said

Our reporter caught up with all the class winners and key competitors after a hugely successful 28th running of Targa Tasmania.


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