2019 Copyworld Walky 100
Eudunda, South Australia
29th June 2019
Round 2 of the 2019 South Australian Rally Championship
Come see the
Walky 100 in action!
Eudunda is only 1 hour from Adelaide,
situated in the Southern Goyder region.
Spectator and Competitor Hub
Based at the Eudunda Showgrounds Hall, tune into all the action! Food and drinks available.
Caravan and Camping is available at the
Spectator and Competitor Hub.
Hand picked by our experienced team.
2019 Course – Eudunda
Welcome to South Australia’s tranquil farming region, Eudunda. Joining world famous Barossa and Clare Valley wine regions, Eudunda is situated just an hour North-East of Adelaide.
Amidst the serene landscape, for one weekend a year, you’ll find Eudunda home to the Copyworld Walky 100 – South Australia’s longest running State Championship Car Rally.
In 1984, the Walky 500 welcomed competitors for the first time to what is now the Regional Council of Goyder. For 35 years, the region has seen and supported our motorsport action.
With a history of 1000 entries, the Walky 100 is the longest running event in South Australia, thnks our strong competitor base.
Become an Official
Motorsport events rely on volunteers to act as officials in a variety of roles. Get exposed to the action of motorsport by registering to be an official.
What roles can be done as an official?
The role of an official comes in all shapes and sizes, and we welcome anyone and everyone to help us out! Our roles range from General Officials, who help with road closures and stage setup, to start and finish controls, stage commanders, competitor relations, safety officers, promotions, and event organising committee.
What are the requirements?
None at all!
Although, many of our officials are trained and licensed by CAMS. Anyone can become a General Official for free on the CAMS license. We strongly recommend this for our volunteer officials, as it provides our event with extra support from CAMS via training and up-skilling opportunities.
The Walky 100 is the perfect opportunity to complete your official training, or have your assessments signed off for your license upgrades.
What's in it for me?
As an official, you’ll be working with an experienced team to learn and grow your motorsport knowledge and experience. There is always opportunities for nationally recognised training, plus the opportunities to travel, meet new people, and bod with competitors, other officials, and of course, the locals. Officials are also rewarded with free food for the event, and other thank you goodies from the organisers.