48 Hours to go in 2015….
With only 2 days to register, please look at the courses (details here) and the events (details here) on offer in the wonderful Atherton Tablelands and Yungaburra. Support Soldier On, better yourself and make a difference!
Check out the 2015 Weekend page for all the events and activities supporting the event.
Also please note the road closures for the two days. We have left Yungaburra open from the Malanda / Atherton side, so only the Tinaburra Foreshore will be restricted when the events are on for the most part, excluding the Sunday morning from 7AM to 11AM. For details of the events on the Saturday and Sunday, see our 2015 Course Details page.
Here is a copy of the TRC details for the road closures. Even if you are coming up the Gillies Range, you can still access Yungaburra township via the detours (or use the GPS in the car).
As per the Tablelands Regional Council:
CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS
Yungaburra Triathlon 14 & 15 November
Road closures are required to ensure the safety of all during the Yungaburra Triathlon, proudly supporting Soldier On. Vehicle access to the Tinaburra Foreshore (including Tinaburra Drive, Williams Avenue & Harper Avenue) will be restricted on Saturday 14 November between 3pm – 6pm and Sunday 15 November between 6.30am and midday. The boat ramp will be closed during these times.
The Gillies Highway will be closed from the Malanda-Lake Barrine Road intersection through to Maple Street between 6.30am and approximately 11am on Sunday 15 November. Traffic will be diverted via Malanda. Lakeside Drive, Barrine Road, Maple Street, Curtain Fig Tree Road, Ball Road and Peeramon Road, along with intersections of secondary routes onto these vehicular routes will also be closed during this time.
As soon as cyclists have finished the course, the roads will re-open. Access to the Yungaburra town centre is available throughout the weekend. For more information, go to www.yungaburratriathlon.org or call 1300 362 242. Council apologises for any inconvenience caused.