Australia Classic

North Ward, Townsville Area

Australia Classic is a regularity rally hosted in the picturesque Tropical North Queensland region, incorporating two full days of driving on some of the greatest roads in Australia, intertwining amongst the contrasting backdrops of world heritage rainforest, deep blue tropical seas and rustic red outback.

The program is held on public roads alongside regular traffic, includes 600 kilometres of animated driving with 16 timed challenges measured to the 100th of a second, meals for drivers and navigators, a myriad of prizes, all without any risk of damage or injury. Classic cars made prior to 1987 are eligible to enter with the addition of an "open class" for replicas, hot rods and supercars.

Drivers and their navigators will follow a detailed roadbook and through precision they compete for the 16 stage prizes and the three main prizes as well as enjoying themselves in stunning cars, good company and five-star venues.

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Vehicle $1155 - $1155

Facilities

  • Car park

Event Venues


Townsville Strand
Address:
The Strand
North Ward
Queensland, Australia 4810

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