Whether you’re hitting the track for some motorsport action or just want to take advantage of all the great stuff happening around town during the massive V8 Supercar event. You’ve come to the right place.
Kids under 12 can enter free when attending with a paying adult. Kids 3 and under can sit on their parents lap for free in the Grandstands. Children 4 and over require a grandstand ticket to access the grandstands. Residents located within the event precinct will be entitled to two (2) tickets per bedroom within the dwelling plus two (2) tickets per dwelling.
- PARK AND RIDE : Two park & ride facilities will operate to help you get to the circuit from Stockton and Broadmeadow. You can park at Stockton Wharf and catch the ferry, or park at McDonald Jones Stadium and catch a shuttle bus. To book at Stockon, click here. To book at McDonald Jones Stadium, click here.
- TRAIN: Nearly 100 extra trains will run over the three days of the Newcastle 500. The closest station is at the Newcastle Interchange. Shuttle buses will be running from the terminal, however access to Gate 1 is only a 1.1km walk away. For full timetables, click here.
- BUS: Bus services will leave from Bolton Street on an increase timetable. On Friday, services will leave every 15 minutes from 4pm -7pm, and every 10 minutes from 9pm – 11pm. On Saturday, services will run every 15 minutes from 7:30am – 11am, and every 10 minutes in between 2pm – 7pm and 9pm-11.30pm. On Sunday, services will run every 15 minutes from 7:30am-11am, and 2pm-7pm.
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