How to watch Rally of Canberra

The 2024 Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC) season officially gets underway this weekend via the Techworkz Automotive Rally of Canberra.

If last year’s thrilling season finale in the nation’s capital is anything to go by, this weekend will undoubtedly deliver no shortage of drama and plenty of talking points.

An impressive field of 30 ARC crews are entered in the 12-stage event, which will be fought over two heats in a sprint format, as opposed to the regular endurance format most commonly associated with Canberra.

With so much on the line already, lays out all the key details on how rally fans can stay up to date with the 2024 Techworkz Automotive Rally of Canberra.

Watching the event

In 2024, ARC fans will be able to enjoy more content on 7plus throughout an event weekend than ever before.

This weekend, on both Saturday and Sunday, fans will be able to watch a special daily highlights show on demand after the day’s action concludes.

Hosted by Greg Rust and Dean Herridge, both shows will feature rally highlights, competitor interviews and results from that day – with Saturday’s show recapping Heat 1 and Sunday’s recapping Heat 2 and celebrating the rally’s overall winners.

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Smart phones and tablets, along with most smart TVs, will be able to access 7plus, with more information on how you can watch 7plus content here.

In addition to the end-of-day extended highlight shows, there will be a collection of EROAD lives from multiple stages across the weekend – these will be broadcast on Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship social channels.

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Social Media

Fans will also be able to keep updated via our extensive social media coverage, with updates and video highlights will be shared throughout the event via the ARC digital channels, including YouTubeFacebookInstagramX and of course via the Live Wall on

At the Event

Those able to make it to the event will be able to see the cars up close or in action at a handful of locations throughout the event, courtesy of the multiple spectator points on each day.

Most importantly, the event’s Pedders Rally Central, which is located at Exhibition Park (EPIC) in the city’s centre, will be where all teams and crews will be completing their service breaks to make sure their cars can survive the difficult rally.

On Saturday, there will be free spectator points available at one stage for rally fans to attend, with cars to pass Oakey Creek at 8:50am AEDT for SS1 and 1:30pm AEDT on SS4.

With Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) ending on Sunday morning, fans can enjoy an extra hour of sleep ahead of the final day of the weekend.

Sunday will have a further three spectator points that cover two stages, with Long Jack (SS7 and SS10) to take place at 8:50am and 1:00pm AEST and Charcoal Kiln (SS8 and SS11) to run from 9:05am and 12:45pm AEST.

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Photo: Gears and Wheels Photography

Subaru Results Hub

Those who are unable to make the trip can still keep up to date via the Subaru Results Hub.

The Subaru Results Hub will provide live stage times as competitors make their way through each stage, including split times where available.

The Subaru Results Hub is available online at

The first round of 2024 Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship will be the Techworkz Automotive Rally of Canberra on 5-7 April.