A unique itinerary and over 50 cars will feature in a regularity rally fuelled by the enthusiasm for vintage cars in the southern hemisphere.
Five days of competition and five stages winding through over one thousand kilometres of fascinating and picturesque landscape.
The event that celebrates and pays tribute to the glorious Sicilian race, informally known as the "Cursa", will be taking to the roads of the state of Victoria.
The Targa Florio Australian Tribute is a regularity rally divided into three categories: in the first for classic cars made from 1906 to 1976, the second for Ferrari cars built after 1977, the third for supercars built after 1990.
Going from the Philip Island circuit, home to the Australian MotoGP through the breath-taking views of the Yarra Valley wine region, across the countryside and along the beaches, touching on the Italian coffee shops in the heart of Melbourne and the famous Great Ocean Road, the course crosses the six amazing regions of Victoria.
The event, sponsored by Alfa Romeo, will also mark the debut in Australia of the Stelvio Quadrifoglio, the faster SUV ever. FCA Heritage will also be there to confirm the worldwide excitement for Italian cars and motoring tradition.