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Dates to keep in mind:

Competitors can choose to complete Documentation and Scrutineering on either 
Saturday 14th April OR Sunday 15th April 

Consider whether you will be attending the Targa Tasmania Presentation Dinner (2 x Complimentary tickets) held on: 
Sunday 22nd April

    2018 overnight stops are 4-5 nights in Launceston, 1 night in Strahan and 2-3 nights in Hobart.


    The Spirit Of Tasmania will get you across the Bass Straight, click on the logo below.
    For dedicated assistance in event accommodation packages contact Tas Vacations by clicking on the links below.





    Prefer to book on your own?

    Click Here for suggestions in Launceston
    Click Here for suggestions in Strahan 
    Click Here for Suggestions in Hobart

    Targa Tasmania Itinerary 

    Documentation and Scrutiny | Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th April

    Drivers Briefing & Welcome Party | Sunday 15 April (Overnight in Launceston)  


    §   Day 1 | Monday 16 April (Overnight in Launceston) 

    §   Day 2 | Tuesday 17 April (Overnight in Launceston) 

    §   Day 3 | Wednesday 18 April (Overnight in Launceston) 

    §   Day 4 | Thursday 19 April (Overnight in Strahan) 

    §   Day 5 | Friday 20 April (Overnight in Hobart) 

    §   Day 6 | Saturday 21 April - Official Finish (Overnight in Hobart)

         Presentation Dinner Sunday 22 April (Overnight in Hobart)

    Targa set for cliffhanger finish as Close cuts lead

    Matt Close has set-up the prospect of a grandstand finish after chopping into the advantage of Jason White following an intense battle on the penultimate day of Targa Tasmania.
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    Targa Tasmania 2018 Road Closures & Stage Maps

    Road Closure Summaries and Individual Stage Maps are now available for download if you wish to watch the cars for this year's event.

    Click here to view

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    What they said - Day 5

    Our in-field reporter caught up with a few of the drivers at the end of Day 5. See what they had to say.
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    Close refuses to wave white flag

    Porsche flyer Matt Close remains upbeat about his chances of reeling in the tearaway Dodge Viper of Jason White with two days of Targa Tasmania remaining.
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