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Mansfield to host super Targa stage

The very nature of Targa events usually means that the competitive stages are held in remote regions, far away from the eager eyes of spectators
Targa High Country, however, offers spectators the best of both worlds. Saturday and Sunday’s stages head over the mountain ranges to Whitfield and Eildon, while Friday afternoon (November 8) provides the event’s most popular stage – right through the heart of the beautiful Victorian high country town of Mansfield.

Closing the main street of any regional centre is not easy, but Targa High Country organisers have again worked closely with the Mansfield Shire, VicRoads and the Victoria Police to enable the three-kilometre stage to open the event.

While the stage itself is a prologue and won’t count towards the overall results of the rally, it’s a perfect chance for competitors to showcase their cars, their driving style and their sponsors, while also giving the thousands of rally fans their best look at the cars in action.

Starting in Rowe Street, the stage winds its way through the centre of Mansfield, taking in Murphy, Hunter, Chenery, Ailsa and Collopy streets, before a fast blast down High Street – Mansfield’s main street.

Here, spectators line the footpaths and clamber onto balconies and up any available vantage point to see the cars head past the shops, before braking hard and turning left at the roundabout, into Highett Street.

Cars then progress down Curia, Apollo and Ultimo streets before finishing at the intersection of Evlins Street.

Without a doubt, this stage offers rally fans some of the best spectating in the entire CAMS Australian Targa Championship, and another huge crowd is expected.

The first car is on the stage at 4.30pm. With free entry for spectators and a Targafest with all the cars and crews in High Street until 8pm following the conclusion of the stage, you couldn’t ask for anything more.

Grab your friends, your partner or your kids and line the streets for Targa High Country’s thrilling start. You won’t be disappointed.

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Version one of the CAMS Australian Targa Championship Technical Regulations 2018-2019 are now available under Technical Regulations on our website, or through your console if you have entered for Targa Tasmania 2018 or Targa North West 2018. 



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Targa High Country Early Bird Closes 30 June


With the end of financial year approaching, take advantage of the Targa High Country Early Bird offers and save up to $400.

Targa High Country 2017 is set to give you all the tight corners, long sweepers, tyre frying, brake burning thrills a Targa Tarmac Rally can offer for the eighth year running. 

Boasting one of the most exciting hill climb stages in the country, with two runs up Mt. Buller, Targa High Country offers over 230kms of competitive stages across three massive days, including Australia’s 2nd LONGEST Tarmac Rally Stage, the new for 2017, 48 kilometre Jamieson Stage, which will be a real test for all competitors.  

All of this action will start and finish at the pinnacle of the Victorian High Country, the stunning Mt Buller. Just three hours from Melbourne, Targa High Country is not only great value for money, but highly accessible. 

Targa High Country comprises seven competitions as well as a Touring option, so whether you are looking for a serious Tarmac challenge in a fully prepared Tarmac Rally car or simply wish to make your dreams come true, and enjoy driving your pride and joy in a privileged closed road environment, we have you covered. 

Take a look at a snippet of what to expect from our Day 3 Highlights from 2016 produced by Otherside Productions 

 To enter now Click Here 
Secure your Early Bird entry with a minimum deposit of just $500 before 30th of June

For further information contact: Alice McKenzie on 03 6221 8888 or email alice@targa.com.au



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Targa Tasmania 2017 TV Show Dates & Times


This year we are excited to announce the Targa Tasmania television show, back on a Primary Free to Air Station. 

Tune into Channel 9 in your state, 

Filmed for the first time by Otherside Productions 



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CAMS Australian Targa Championship Technical Regulations 2018 & 2019


CAMS Australian Targa Championship Technical Regulations 2018 & 2019 Now available under Competition Regulations.

Or download your copy HERE

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