Service Park

Australia, Coffs Harbour (soon)

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2018
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Rally Australia

The first edition of Rally Australia came in 1988, as part of the Asia-Pacific Rally Championship and just a year later, the event made its debut on the WRC calendar. Until the year 2006, Perth served as its host city in the West of the country. After a brief stint in New South Wales from 2009, the event came to its current location of Coffs Harbour in 2011. The rally is highly regarded by fans and crews alike, a fact that is supported by it being crowned FIA Rally of the Year on three separate occasions: 1995, 1999 and 2000.

Essentials

  • Rally Australia represents the longest journey of the season for the team. Coffs Harbour is 16,298 km from Alzenau in a direct line.
  • The 2016 itinerary had 23 special stages, the second highest number of any rally on the calendar, just one short of Finland.
  • Despite the large number of stages, the combined stage distance in 2016 was actually one of the lowest of the year at 312.98km.

Impressions

Results

2017

Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (P1)

Hayden Paddon / Seb Marshall (P3)

Andreas Mikkelsen / Anders Jæger (P13)

2016

Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (P3)

Hayden Paddon / John Kennard (P4)

Dani Sordo / Marc Martí (P5)

2015

Hayden Paddon / John Kennard (P5)

Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (P7)

Dani Sordo / Marc Martí (P8)

2014

Hayden Paddon / John Kennard (P6)

Thierry Neuville / Nicolas Gilsoul (P7)

Chris Atkinson / Stéphane Prevot (P10)

 

Review

Latest Release

19 November 2017
Victory in Australia

Day 3: Thierry/Nicolas triumph, Hayden/Seb take third

Getting there

  • Coffs Harbour Airport (CFS) – 4 km
  • Gold Coast Airport (OOL) – 298 km
  • Newcastle Airport (NTL) – 365 km
  • Brisbane Airport (BNE) – 400 km
  • Coffs Harbour – 6 km
  • Coffs Harbour Coach Terminal – 5 km
Service Park Coffs Harbour, Stadium Drive, Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450 (Australia), 30°19’25.1”S 153°05.36.6”E

Calendar 2018

  • 1
    Rallye Monte-Carlo
    24 – 28 January 2018
  • 2
    Rally Sweden
    15 – 18 February 2018
  • 3
    Rally México
    08 – 11 March 2018
  • 4
    Tour de Corse
    05 – 08 April 2018
  • 5
    Rally Argentina
    26 – 29 April 2018
  • 6
    Rally de Portugal
    17 – 20 May 2018
  • 7
    Rally Italia Sardegna
    07 – 10 June 2018
  • 8
    Rally Finland
    26 – 29 July 2018
  • 9
    Rallye Deutschland
    16 – 19 August 2018
  • 10
    Rally Turkey
    13 – 16 September 2018
  • 11
    Wales Rally GB
    04 – 07 October 2018
  • 12
    Rally de España
    25 – 28 October 2018
  • 13
    Rally Australia
    15 – 18 November 2018