• Gates Friday – Sunday 7:00 AM – 17:30 PM for spectators
  • Shuttle Bus Service will operate from 3 points on Sunday from 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM and 13:00 – 17:30. Map to come soon!
  • Food stalls & a bar will be available in both the Pit Paddock area and Turn 10. Corporate hospitality info coming soon!
  • Trade Alley is located in the Pit Paddock and runs from 10:00 – 15:00 Saturday and Sunday
  • bLU cRU Mini Moto Experience (Junior Come n Try) at Turn 10 runs from 11:00 – 14:00 Saturday and 10:30 – 14:00 Sunday
  • Superbike Autograph Signing (ASBK Podium – Pit Paddock) 12:45 – 13:00 Saturday
  • First 200 Early Bird 2-day Adult and 2-day Concession Tickets will receive a free pit lane walk on Saturday/Sunday during the lunch break. Details will be sent via email prior to the event. Children 15 years and under can accompany adults who have purchased a valid early bird ticket.
  • TERRA Pillion Ride Raffle: 250 tickets available, $20 per ticket and on sale now. Draw 17:00 Wednesday, 27 June at Cyclone Motorcycles. Tickets available via Cyclone Motorcycles or
  • Merchandise available online only – ORDER HERE!


Ticket Details:

  1. Friday – Free!
  2. Entry to the pits included in all ticket prices!
  3. Early Bird Pit Lane Walk Offer is limited to first 200 2-day tickets sold online!

Online 2 Day Adult – $30                    Gate 2 Day Adult – $35

Online 2 Day Concession – $25         Gate 2 Day Concession – $30

Online 1 Day Adult – $20                    Gate 1 Day Adult – $25

Online 1 Day Concession – $15         Gate 1 Day Concession – $20

Children 15 and under – FREE

  • MA Members receive a 25% discount code, which is only available for Adult 1 day or Adult 2 day tickets and does not apply to Early Bird, Concession tickets or existing group discounts. The MA discount code is only applicable for online ticket sales.
  • Concession applies to current Defence Force, Pensioner, Carer and Student card holders
  • 10% group discount applicable to 1-day Adult and 2-day Adult tickets for purchases of 20+ tickets (must be done in one transaction of minimum 20 tickets). Group discount is not applicable to Concession Tickets or Early Bird Tickets

Parking Details:

  • Dedicated motorcycle lane for ticket entry, motorcycles are allowed entry into the circuit. Motorcycle Parking available in the pit paddock area
  • Only vehicles with valid ASBK Parking Passes or valid Disabled parking passes will be permitted to enter via the Main Gate. Parking is required in the designated areas only.
  • Vehicles without a parking pass can park in the Spectator Parking Lot and enter the circuit on foot. A shuttle bus will be in operation Sunday, 1 July.


Hidden Valley Motor Sports Complex is located only ten kilometres from the centre of Darwin in the Northern Territory. The track was first constructed in 1986 and reinvigorated in 1998. A Motorcycling Australia (MA) licensed circuit, this track is known for high speeds and fast lap times. At 2.87 kilometres, featuring no fewer than 14 turns and one of the longest main straights in Australia at 1.1 kilometres in length, Hidden Valley is a popular circuit with riders and teams alike, offering modern facilities and amphitheatre style seating for race fans.

Overall, this is a fast and flowing circuit that requires a great amount of rider concentration, consistency and vigilance to be fast. The circuit places high demands the tyre and brake package of a bike. There is large potential for overtaking opportunity going into Turn One when bikes start to wash off the large amount of speed they carry off the straight.

The back of the circuit is where all the action happens. One of the biggest opportunities to overtake occurs in this section on the hairpin corner mid-track at the point. The circuit is very flat and ‘blind’ which means that track knowledge is paramount in aiding riders to achieve best their best lap times. Riders are on the edges of their tyre though the entire back section of the track and most of the overtaking happens under hard breaking.

The back section of the track could suit a bike with the low, bottom end torque advantageous for the fast exits out of corners. However, the larger bikes with more horsepower will have the upper hand down on the straight.

Rider fitness will also be a key aspect to success at this event with the extreme heat and humidity associated with the top-end of Australia, coupled with the fact that most riders and teams will be coming from the cold winter in the south to the heat of the north.






Length: 2.86 KM

Corners: 14

Address: Hidden Valley Rd,
Berrimah NT 0828

Lap records:

Superbike: Josh Waters, Suzuki GSXR1000, 1:07.269

Supersport :Daniel Falzon, Yamaha YZF-R6, 1:09.458