Getting to Tatura…

Visit Tatura

Commonly referred to as ‘Water Wheel Country’, Tatura is a friendly town steeped in history.

Walk the main street and view the historic architecture including the old convent buildings. Visit the Tatura Museum and the German War Cemetery to understand the significant connection this town shares with the second World War.

Located only a short 20 minute drive from Shepparton there are many great things to see and do! The Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre is happy to help with any information regarding your visit to the region.

Telephone Enquiries: 1800 808 839 (within Australia) or 61-3-5831 4400 (outside Australia)

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If you are living or staying locally and prefer to ride your bike, there will be bike racks at the Start/Finish Site. Make sure you check the route before you leave and follow road safety rules at all times.


Parking is available along Martin Street in Tatura and the surrounding streets. All parking is free.

The Start/Finish Site

All ride and walk events begin and end at the Tatura Italian Social Club. Riders participating in the 200km ride event will arrive back here for lunch at the halfway point.

All riders and walkers are expected to check in at the registration tent. If you didn’t get around to collecting your participant pack prior to event day it can be collected here. Don’t forget to slap on some sunscreen or insect repellent – plenty is available here if you missed it at home!

The Lions Club of Tatura will be catering for the day, starting with an early breakfast for those setting off in the 200km and 100km ride events. Lunch will be provided for all ride and walk events. There will be plenty of snacks and cold drinks available here and at stops along the longer ride routes. Espresso coffee will be available to purchase.

Bring the family along and let them be entertained while they excitedly await your arrival back! Free children’s entertainment is at the Start/Finish Site and we encourage everyone to come down and celebrate our participants achievements as they cross the finish line!

If you are feeling a bit sore we have a generous group of trained volunteers providing massage.

St John Ambulance will be available on site if first aid is required before or after your ride or walk.