All cars touring and competition are invited to cross the finish line at Princes Wharf 1 in Hobart from 3.30pm tomorrow (Sunday).
Competition cars, regardless of whether they continued on the event or not, are invited to park up inside PW1 for TARGAfest on Sunday night. Times for TARGAfest are from 6pm-9pm.
Cars must then vacate PW1 by 9am on Monday morning.
Samantha Winter has sent through some pics from the co-driver seat of the 1989 BMW 325 she shares with Peter Gluskie.
Braving the chilly elements.
Appreciate all your efforts folks.
There are seven stages today with Strahan (33.45km) opening proceedings.
The tour field then moves through the following.
TS 23 (Lake Plimsoll 14.23km)
TS 24 (Murchison 20.60km)
TS 25 (Yolla 19.33km)
TS 26 Camena (31.11km)
TS 27 (Ridgley 29.22km)
TS 28 (Rosebery 16.19km)
Lunch is again scheduled for the Penguin stop after the Yolla stage.
As the TARGA Tasmania 30 Tour continues this screen grab offers all the road closure information for Saturday, April 30.
For more on road closures please go to targa.com.au and look for the road closure tab on the home page to open the document.
To all the tour groups and competitor entrants who are continuing, have an enjoyable and relaxing night.
We will see everyone back here for Day 5 tomorrow morning.
Thanks for tuning in folks.
Enjoy your evening.
The first of two lunch stops at Penguin on Tassie’s north-west coast.
The TARGA Tasmania 30 Tour will again tuck into lunch at Penguin tomorrow.
Some images from out on the stages as the north-west swing of the tour continues today.
The tour field will finish up at Strahan later today.
Please feel free to send through your pics if you can during the day.
Have a great time all.
The TT30 Tour will bypass the scheduled 37.43km Cethana (TS 16) stage this morning with the field heading directly to the 7.68km Castra (TS 17) stage.
Other stages today include Gunns Plains, Riana, Hellyer Gorge and Rinadeena.