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Friday, May 3, 2019

Where to see Targa Tasmania today

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DAY 5 of the 28th annual Targa Tasmania will see the fleet make its way from the West Coast this morning, passing through the Derwent Valley with competitive stages at Tarraleah and Molesworth, and a lunch break at New Norfolk.

Targa Tasmania is described as the world's largest, longest and hardest tarmac rally event, covering more than 2000km with almost 40 competitive stages on closed roads, catering for up to 300 cars each year.

There will be several road closures in the Central Highlands and Derwent Valley municipalities between 9.30am and 5pm today.
  • At Tarraleah, the Lyell Highway between Bradys Lake Rd and Oldina Drive (southern end) will be closed from 9.30am to 2pm.
  • No road closures have been reported for the lunch break in New Norfolk between 11.30am and 2pm. Cars are expected to file though the town throughout the time that period, making their way to the Derwent Valley PCYC in Third Avenue for lunch, and then on to Molesworth.
  • At Molesworth, Molesworth Rd will be closed between Boulters Rd and Glenlusk Rd from 12.21pm to 4.51pm for the competitive stage in that area. The first car is expected to start the Molesworth course at 1.21pm.
See maps below, and for more information visit

Tarraleah Targa stage. Click map to enlarge.

New Norfolk lunch stop. Click map to enlarge.

Molesworth Targa stage. Click map to enlarge.

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