Tullah Challenge 2019 

The Tullah Progress Association would like to officially apologise for the cancellation of this years Tullah Challenge:


This year the Tullah Challenge will include events such as the Hydro Tasmania Kids Challenge, Helicopter rides, Kids indoor cinema, Local band, Markets, Spot prizes and
much, much more!



If you wish to participate in the Tullah Challenge 2019

Please fill out one of our application forms and return it to: 
tullahprogress@gmail.com - C/O Tullah Post Office or alternatively bring it with you on the day 

Thank You To this years Generous Sponsors For the 2019 
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Race Information:

Tassie Forrest Waters

Kayak Leg

Paddle 4.5 km on Lake Rosebery (Tullah) beginning with a deep-water start, across open reaches turning on the topside of the Mackintosh Bridge clockwise around the buoy. Motorised boats will patrol the course. Competitors may use a surf ski or kayak but must wear a buoyancy vest that meets Australian Safety Standards.

Venture Minerals
Cycle Leg

Cycle 29 km on a well-maintained road through West Coast Wilderness to the Bastyan Dam and return. All cyclists must wear an approved safety helmet – Australian Safety standards apply. The riders will be briefed that the road will remain open to other vehicles during the event and told they are individually responsible for following traffic laws.

CRF Contracting
Run Leg

Run 7.5 km on a bush track circuit through rain forest and around the lake shore before finishing back in town. The route is well marked with pink tape. The bush track run is a circuit initially following the historic Sterling Valley tramway track. The route then passes through rain forest to the Murchison Dam Road. After crossing the Murchison Highway, it follows the lakeshore before finishing back in town.

Hydro Tasmania Kids Challenge

This event will include races such as an egg and spoon race, run race and a boat race for the kids to enjoy. These races will be held between the three main legs.
Great prizes to be won.

Tullah TAS 7321, Australia

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Charmaine de Villiers and Steve de Villiers

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