Frequently asked questions
Venue and Opening Hours
Hidden Valley Raceway will open at the following hours:
Friday 18th June for Nitro Up North at 5pm
Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th June at 7am
Approximately 10kms from Darwin CBD
There is a dedicated bus service from throughout Darwin to the venue, please check back here closer to the event for the full timetable
There is free public parking at the venue located at Gate 3
Tickets are electronic and will be emailed to you.
All tickets are available online or at the gate.
This year we have invested in an action-packed program with more motorsport than ever before, therefore no Souvenir Tickets will be available in 2021.
Concession tickets for students and pensioners can be purchased online or at the gate with appropriate ID. Please remember if you do purchase online you will be required to show your ID at the gate.
All valid entry tickets for Friday allow access to the drags.
All valid entry for Saturday allow access to the after racing concert.
Children under the age of 13 are free to enter the venue in general admission areas, however they must be accompanied at all times by their ticket holding parent or guardian. Please note children require ticketing for hospitality and grandstands.
Darwin Triple Crown welcomes people with a disability, please get in touch with us via the contact page or firstname.lastname@example.org and we can assist with any logistics.
It can be challenging as we are in a Valley, there will be a dedicated accessible shuttle that can transport you around the venue. Ask gate staff when you arrive and they will be able to call it for you.
Yes there is a viewing area on the Terraces, we will produce a map highlighting the services for people with disabilities that will be at the gates when you arrive. If you want to plan please email, us at email@example.com and we can send it to you.
What can I bring?
Yes pack a picnic! Please note you can bring in a bottle of sealed water only or bring an empty bottle and fill up at one of our refill stations
Shade structures, alcohol, glass, illegal substances, fireworks or flares, laser pointers, weapons or resemblance of weapons, including knives, firearms, blunt offensive objects, projectile items including balls, Frisbees, rackets or similar objects, bicycles, skateboards, political or offensive materials, recording devices (for commercial purposes), animals (other than service dogs) and musical instruments or noise makers including drums, whistlers, air horns and loud hailers.
Yes, we encourage patrons to bring their own chairs. Hidden Valley is a natural amphitheatre with plenty of natural and temporary shade throughout the General Admission areas.
Yes to make sure you don’t miss any of the action there are seven big screens positioned throughout the venue.
Live radio commentary of the racing is available on 96.1FM.
The event will take place in line with an approved COVID-19 Management Plan, which can be adapted accordingly as the COVID-19 situation evolves.