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Western Speedway

Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Western Speedway has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.

The Western Speedway is a popular attraction in the township of Hamilton which hosts a number of car racing events throughout the year. The Speedway is owned and managed by a non-profit organisation known as the Hamilton Speedway Drivers Inc.

Western Speedway – Race Dates Calendar Entry Price, Hamilton Victoria

The organisation was formed in 1969 and aims to create a regulated environment where motor enthusiasts can compete and enjoy in the thrill of speedway racing.

The track has a clay-based surface, covers 436 metres and is bounded by a concrete safety fence. The fence is further enhanced by a mesh catch fence which is strengthened by steel cables. A few metres behind this structure lies the spectator safety fence, all measures put in place to improve everyone’s safety during competitive events.

If visiting the speedway for an event, there is public parking on site as well as a canteen where visitors can grab refreshments and snacks during the events. Children under 12 are allowed free entry provided they are accompanied by an adult.

Events are held regularly, so check with the organisers for the next upcoming event at the Western Speedway in Hamilton!

7 North Boundary Road
Hamilton, VIC

Phone Number
03) 5571 9091


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Child (Under 12): Free

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