Motor Culture Australia Track Days


Motor Culture Australia’s Track Days are some of our most exciting events, friendly to both beginners and seasoned track goers. Right now, we’re hosting them in just Queensland and South Australia, but don’t worry, the team has plans to bring the excitement to other Australian states in the future!

We’re lucky to hold our Track Days at two of Australia’s top race tracks: The Bend in South Australia and Queensland Raceway in Queensland. The Bend features a world-class pit complex, an impressive vehicle collection (which features a Bugatti!), a go-karting track, and several track circuits ranging up to 7.77 km. Meanwhile, Queensland Raceway, also known as “The Paperclip,” offers track circuits ranging up to 3.1 km, a skid pad, drift facilities, corporate suites, and even a cafe. Both venues are perfect for our events, and offer a mix of on-track and off-track fun.

So, what’s it like at a Track Day with us?

Grab your friends, your family, and your cars, and come check out what our Track Days have in store! Enjoy some coffee and tasty food while watching a variety of track events like cruises, drags, and sprints. Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, gear up and join in the track action! There’s also plenty to do off-track – from racing simulators and kids’ entertainment like jumping castles to live music, giveaways, show ‘n’ shine, and on-track demos from our talented partners.


Got questions about our Track Days? Here are some FAQs to help you plan your visit. Don’t see your question? Reach out to us! We hope to see you at a Motor Culture Australia Track Day soon!

How old do drivers and passengers need to be?

Drivers must be at least 17 years old, and passengers need to be at least 7 years old to go on track. Any driver under the age of 18 must have a legal guardian sign the track waiver and it is preferred that their guardian also attends the track day.

What licenses do drivers need?

You must hold an Open or Provisional license to drive, Learner drivers are not allowed on track. You’ll also be required to hold a track license, which varies by location: South Australia requires a Racers License, while Queensland Raceway requires an AASA License.

Are there any clothing requirements?

There are no specific clothing requirements for Cruise events. However, both drivers and passengers must wear helmets, long pants, and long sleeves for Sprints and Drags.

What vehicles can go on track?

Everyone is welcome however vehicles on track must be road-legal and registered. For safety reasons, bikes are not permitted on track during our Track Day events.

How much are tickets?

Ticket prices vary depending on the events you want to attend or if you’re just there to spectate. We also offer add-ons like VIP suites and pit garages. Prices can be found on our Eventbrite page when we have a Track Day coming up. Kids under 12 are free.

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