2014 Woodside Tour de Perth  |  26 Mar - 29 Mar

2014 Woodside Tour de Perth
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2014 will see the Woodside Tour de Perth again become the first event of the 2014 Subaru National Road Series, Australia’s premier road cycling series. The Woodside Tour de Perth will attract elite riders from Australia and overseas. This event will offer a unique spectator opportunity to watch world-class international cyclists compete in the heart of Perth.

The Woodside Tour de Perth will be run in conjunction with the UWCT Perth 2014 program for the Perth Festival of Cycling.

START LIST

The event comprises of the following four stages:

Stage 1 - Wednesday 26th March: 45km Criterium, Fremantle
Stage 2 - Thursday 27th March: 110km Road Race, Kalamunda
Stage 3 - Friday 28th March: 20km Time Trial, Rottnest Island
Stage 4 - Saturday 29th March: 114km Road Race, Perry Lakes

Sunday 30th March: 125km Gran Fondo, Fremantle to Kalamunda (optional)

Event Contact
Matt Poyner, CIC Events
email: info@cicevents.com.au
phone: 08 9328 3422

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About the Region

Western Australia is famous for its long days of sunshine, spotless blue skies and brilliant beaches - making it a perfect year-round Australian holiday destination.

It is a land blessed with spectacular diversity where the deep reds of ancient interior rock formations contrast with the sparkling blue of the Indian and Southern Oceans and the lush greenery of the stunning southern regions.

The big variety of landscapes and climates in Western Australia -  from the tropical north to the temperate south – provides equally diverse holiday experiences.

Whilst you are here why not enjoy some of the beautiful tourist locations that WA has to offer.

ROTTNEST ISLAND

Rottnest Island’s unique natural attractions, fun family activities and amazing tours make it Western Australia’s premier island destination and winner of the “Major Tourism Attraction“ award for the past two years.

With 63 beaches, superb snorkelling sites, friendly quokkas, 6,500 years of history to discover and 50 kilometres of roads to explore on a guided tour, bus or bike, you’ll be spoilt for choice when you step off the ferry. So plan ahead and check out the attractions, activities and tours on offer at Western Australia’s Rottnest Island at www.rottnestisland.com  

The Island is situated just 19 km off the coast from Fremantle, and clear views from Thomson Bay settlement to the Perth city skyline and lights at night reinforce the feeling of being so close, and yet a world apart from the day-to-day bustle of city life.

The Island is 11kms long and 4.5kms and is fringed by rocky headlands, reefs and sweeping white sandy bays and is only a 25 minute ferry ride from the mainland. . 

SWAN VALLEY WINE REGION

Or...why not explore what the Swan Valley has to offer? One of WA’s biggest wine regions, where you can escape the city and enjoy the relaxed country atmosphere. Visit world class wineries and breweries where you can grab a bite to eat, and indulge in some wine or beer tasting of all different flavours and varieties, whilst you relax and take in the beautiful scenery.

WA is home to some of the best beaches and surfing in Australia, so take a trip down to the coast and explore the long stretch of beaches.

Local Attractions

  • Tourism WA
    Western Australia is famous for its long days of sunshine, spotless blue skies and brilliant beaches - making it a perfect year-round Australian holiday destination. It is a land blessed with spectac
  • Rottnest Island
    Rottnest Island’s unique natural attractions, fun family activities and amazing tours make it Western Australia’s premier island destination and winner of the “Major Tourism Attraction” award for the
  • Kalamunda
  • Swan Valley

Accommodation Information

  • More information
    Teams will be required to source and book their preferred accommodation, however our hotel partner Esplanade Fremantle have put together specials for our riders.

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