Where can I buy tickets?

You can purchase tickets from the Ticketek website, or you can purchase them on track on the weekend, from Barry Gurdon and the Harris Park entrances.

My child is under 12, do I have to buy them a ticket?

No, Children under 12 are free with any paying adult. However, if they are occupying a seat on a grandstand they will require a grandstand pass.

My child is under 3, do they need a ticket for the grandstand?

No children under 3 will not require any form of ticket. as long as your child will not be occupying a seat, and will sit on your lap.

Do I need to pay to get into the paddock?

No, the paddock is free at this year’s Bathurst 12 Hour?

How can I get there?

You can find out how to get to the event here.

Where can I stay?

Accommodation information is available here.

Where can I park? Is there accessible parking?

Parking information is available here.

Is there an accessible viewing platform?

The roof of the pit building is available for accessible viewing. This area is attended by volunteers throughout the Event and allows access to those patrons with a disability and one (1) companion.  Access to the pit roof is via the lift.

More accessibility information is available here.

What is Mountain access?

Mountain access allows you to park and view the race from the top of the mountain

$5 a day or $10 for 3 days per car

Mountain access passes can be purchased from the Barry Gurdon ONLY from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th. Please note this is cash only.

You will receive 1 sticker per car, this sticker must be affixed to the top right hand corner of your windscreen (outside) and must be visible at all times. This pass is not transferable.

Any vehicles failing to display this pass with have their car towed at their own expense.

The mountain access pass does not act as a camping pass!

Do I need an event ticket to get mountain access?

Yes, all passengers in the vehicle will require a valid event ticket as well as the mountain access pass.