Tickets go on sale at 2017 prices

TICKET SALES for the 2018 Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour have commenced, with fans able to secure their tickets at 2017 prices from today.

Trackside tickets and VIP Parking passes are available at 2017 prices via the Bathurst 12 Hour website,

The best-value tickets in Australian motor sport will continue to provide free access for all ticketholders to the pit and paddock areas at the 2018 event.

“The Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour has a reputation for being one of the most fan-friendly and accessible events on the calendar and it is our intention to build on that in the future,” said Event Director John Casey.

“There will be an even larger array of on and off-track activities for spectators to enjoy, alongside a world-class field of GT vehicles and some of the best drivers from Australia and around the world.

“Hallmarks of the event like free access to the pit / paddock are will remain in place.

“We’re encouraging fans to purchase their tickets online as early as possible, especially should they wish to secure a campsite or a grandstand seat. Demand was high for both in 2017 and we expect even more interest for the 2018 event.”

Trackside tickets are on sale today, with tickets starting at $10 for a Friday concession admission, while a three-day Adult trackside pass is available online for just $60.

Full ticket prices are available here.

2017 Grandstand ticketholders have two weeks (until Midnight, Monday July 17) to renew their tickets before general grandstand sales commence on Wednesday July 19.

The Grandstand established at turn one this year will move to pit straight in 2018, located next to the permanent grandstand to provide fans with the ideal view of the start / finish line, pit lane action and Super Screens located on the pit building.

Early bird prices are available online until 31 August 2017.

Camping sales will commence via the Bathurst 12 Hour website at 9am on Monday 10 July 2017, with 2017 campers having access to the pre-sale midnight on Monday, 24 July 2017. Sites sold during the pre-sale are on a first in basis.

The general public will be able to purchase campsites from 9am Wednesday 26 July, with early-bird sites available for just $90 if booked before 31 August.

Under a revised system in place for this year, camping customers can also easily purchase multiple sites in a single transaction.