The 2016 Classic Outback Trial will be based at fabulous Lasseters Hotel Casino in Alice Springs.
Lasseters will really be COT headquarters, with the resort providing a Rally HQ office, secure overnight parking, an area for end of day servicing, the briefing and presentation function. With the exception of the start of day1, all days will start and finish at Laseters. The resort is 4.5 star rated and boasts 4 restaurants, 4 bars, a sports lounge, nightclub, poolside café and a casino and will be a welcome contrast to the unique and rugged Australian outback that crews will tackle during the 6 days of competition.
Lasseters are offering exclusive Classic Outback Trial rates for accommodation.
Many crews have already taken advantage of the Earlybird offer that finished in December – don’t leave it too late to book!
Who was Lasseter?
The establishment takes its name from Lewis Hubert Lasseter. He was an explorer who was made famous by his sensational claim in 1929, that he had discovered a fabulously rich gold reef, now known as “Lasseter‘s Reef”, in central Australia. The reef has never been discovered and Lasseter himself died in the West Australian desert in early 1931 after he separated himself from an expedition that was mounted to try and find the supposed reef. Lasseter is buried in the Alice Springs cemetery.