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Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the iconic 105 series Alfa Romeo

2012 is the 50th anniversary of the iconic 105 series Alfa Romeo sports car and Alfa Romeo enthusiasts around Australia are invited to celebrate with a tour of Tasmania.

You'll enjoy spectacular driving roads and breathtaking scenery at a relaxed pace; fine food and wine; quality accommodation, and best of all, warm camaraderie, and fond memories, that will last forever .....

Running over Easter from Fri 6th - Tues 10th April 2012, Turismo is recognised by the Alfa Romeo Owners Club of Australia and is being organised by The Italian Car Enthusiasts of Tasmania (ICE) ... so please register and join with us for this unique celebration.

UPDATE - FEB 12TH 2012 - Turismo Tasmania is now BOOKED OUT ! . With 52 cars and 108 people currently registered Turismo Tasmania looks set to be an exceptional celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the 105 Series Alfa Romeo. Thank you to all those who registered their Expressions of Interest.

For further infomation please refer to our NEWS page ..


  • Newsletter No 5 sent Thursday 15th March

    17 March at 15:36 from atlas

    The No 5 Turismo Tasmania Newsletter and update was sent yesterday Thursday 15th March to all registered participants providing the ...

  • Receipts Sent to Registrants

    14 March at 22:43 from atlas

    All full and day registrants should have now received their receipts for registration payment via email. Turismo Newsletter No 5 will ...

  • Turismo Sponsors Finalised

    13 March at 13:16 from atlas

    'Turismo Tasmania 2012' is proud to announce the following sponsors are now supporting the event ...... ...

  • Receipts and Newsletter No 5 coming soon.

    13 February at 19:59 from atlas

    Registrants for Turismo Tasmania 2012 can expect to receive their payment receipts and Newsletter No 5 within the next fortnight. ...

  • Paid Registrations hit 45 cars and 93 people

    8 February at 21:05 from atlas

    Turismo is set for success with 48 cars and 98 people registered and paid to participate. Tusimo Chairman Mark Baigent said the response ...