LIQUI-MOLY Bathurst 12 Hour tickets and camping go on sale to the general public from 9.00am today.
Camping remains one of the most affordable ways to watch the race and sites will again be available in the Paddock Campground, as well as the McPhillamy Park and Reid / Sulman Park sites on top of the iconic Mount Panorama.
For 2017, the event has partnered with Tent City Hire to create the ‘Tent City Campground’ in a prime position at the top of the mountain. The Tent City Campground will include supplied tents, beds, dedicated bathroom facilities and a communal area, plus lots more, making for a stress-free camping experience.
Click here for all camping ticketing details.
Trackside tickets are also available to book online, priced at 2016 levels until the end of August.
Trackside ticket packages include the new two-day value pass for Saturday and Sunday, priced at $50.00 if booked online during the early bird period that runs until 31 August.
Tickets can be purchased online via the direct links on the Bathurst 12 Hour website ticketing page by clicking here.
Kids under 12 are admitted free while paddock access is free to all ticketholders at the 2017 Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour.
Grandstand seats go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, 2 August and include both the pit straight grandstand (s8) and the new covered grandstand (s12) to be located on the exit of turn one – Hell Corner – that will be available for the first time next February.
Bathurst 12 Hour grandstand seats have sold out for the last several years and with seats expected to be snapped up quickly again this year patrons are encouraged to purchase early via Ticketek.
The all-new www.bathurst12hour.com.au includes comprehensive ticketing and camping information and links to the online booking portal at ticketek.com.au.