THERE is something joyful about watching young, local talent making it on the big stage.
THE southern Barossa Valley towns of Lyndoch, Williamstown and Cockatoo Valley were abuzz yesterday as stage one of the 2016 Tour Down Under hit the streets.
WHILE cyclists will be the main drawcard when stage one of the Tour Down Under rolls into the southern Barossa on January 19, there will be plenty of other things to see and do in Lyndoch and Williamstown on the day.
THE Southern Barossa Valley will take centre stage for the 2016 Tour Down Under following the announcement of the event’s race routes this week.
THE Williamstown community was awarded $3000 on Wednesday as a reward for the 2015 Tour Down Under Best Dressed Town title it won in January.
EVANSTON Park’s Jack Bobridge has stunned the cycling world, claiming the first stage of the Tour Down Under – which started in the Barossa Valley this morning.
Tour Down Under organisers have confirmed no route changes will be made, following extensive consultation with the Country Fire Service, South Australia
Police and other agencies in the wake of last week’s bushfire in the Adelaide hills.
Nuriootpa’s Murray Street was packed out with cyclists, sporting fans and locals for Stage One of the annual Tour Down Under cycling extravaganza.