Stars and speed will be on show for Rally Australia

STUNT pilots, singers, freestyle motocross stars and the world's fastest rally drivers will combine to make the Coates Hire Rally Australia a spectacular experience from September 12-15.

Spectators will be treated to daily and nightly entertainment at the Destination NSW Live Site at Brelsford Park Rally Hub, next door to the centre of Coffs Harbour.

The stars of the World Rally Championship will display their dazzling driving skills on the Armor All Super Special Stage course every night at Brelsford Park and during the day on traditional rally stages on forestry and rural roads.

Entertainment highlights include the Destination NSW Concerts featuring 2012 X Factor winner Samantha Jade and the AC/DC tribute band Thunderstruck.

Displays featuring freestyle motocross star Cam Sinclair, the Red Bull Stunt Plane, the RAAF Roulettes stunt team, skydivers, spectacular fireworks and 10 of Australia's most exciting off-road machines.

It's all free to Coates Hire Rally Australia ticket holders. Tickets to the Armor All Super Special Stage start from $30 for a whole day, with live streaming of results and rallying action during the event.

There's a great variety of tickets on sale at, at retail outlets in Coffs Harbour or at the gate.

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