Bathurst Camping

For many fans, camping is the only way to experience the thrill of the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000!

Those wanting to head to the 2018 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, camping is a great way to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the event.

For many fans, camping is the only way to experience the thrill of the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, held between 4-7 October 2018. Plenty go all out for the weekend, with amazing setups that add to the experience of the year's greatest race.

Campgrounds

There are Eight Campgrounds available across the event precinct. All campers require General Admission Tickets to the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 in addition to their camping passes.

Enduro Campground - SOLD OUT

The Enduro campground is on the outside of the circuit, at the end of Conrod Straight. Being the quickest part of the 6.2km Mount Panorama circuit. You'll be close to all the action, as well as being able to walk across the bridge and down to the Paddock area to see both the Support categories and the Supercars. Campsite entry is available via Gate 15A with the best event entry being via Gate 19 and Gate 21. Toilets and Showers available on site.

McPhillamy Campground - SOLD OUT

There’s no better way to head to the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 than travelling up the mountain and setting up camp at the McPhillamy Campground. This is where the legends of Bathurst live. Campers come here year after year to show the true spirit of the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000. Located on the top of the great mountain, this campground is near Skyline and the mountain’s Esses. Toilets and Showers available on site. Access campsites at Gate 10 on Barry Gurdon Drive.

Reid & Sulman Campground - SOLD OUT

Reid and Sulman Campground is located at the top of the great mountain, in the perfect position to watch the cars ascent the mountain and fly across Skyline.  Campers come here year after year to show the true spirit of the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000. Toilets and Showers available on site. Access campsites at Gate 10 on Barry Gurdon Drive.

Max Cameron Campground - SOLD OUT

The Max Cameron Campground is located at the bottom of the track, near Hell’s corner. It’s close to Merchandise Ally, Food stalls, drink stalls and pit straight. It is a perfect location to be amongst the hustle and bustle, yet still amerce yourself in the Bathurst camping atmosphere. Access to campground is Gate 5 with the best event entry is at Gate 6. Toilets and Showers available on site.

Paddock Campground - SOLD OUT

Be right in the action, behind the pits in one of the most popular campgrounds, being the Paddock Campground. Easy walking distance to the Support category paddock and Supercars Paddock (to which a Paddock Pass is required to access), this campground provides some great behind the scenes action.  Toilets and Showers available on site, accessible facilities included. Enter via the track pre- event at Gate 27, but from Thursday 4th October entry will be through the Orchard Campground, Gate 15A.

Chase Campground - SOLD OUT

Located outside the circuit near the Chase, the Chase Campground is perfect for easy camping and close to the action, toilets and showers available on site.  Campsite entry is available via Gate 15B with the best event entry being via Gate 19 and Gate 21.

The Orchard Campground - NEW FOR 2018!

Located outside the circuit an extension of the Chase Campground. These are new sites in 2018. Perfect for easy camping with reasonably flat ground, toilets and showers available on site. With close to 100 of these sites offering power (15amp single connection per site). The smaller powered sites are approximately 7.5x7.5m with the larger sites being approximately 15x6m, perfect for Motorhomes. All sites on Grass. Campsite entry is available via Gate 15A with the best event entry being via Gate 19 and Gate 21.

Motorhome Park - SOLD OUT

For those bringing Motorhomes or Caravans and to still be in walking distance to the event, the Motorhome Campground is perfect for you. Located near the Enduro, The Orchard and Chase campgrounds, this location is close to Conrod Straight. The sites are powered (15amp single connection per site) and larger to be able to cater for Motorhome and Caravans. Campsite entry is available via Gate 15A with the best event entry being via Gate 19 and Gate 21. Toilets and Showers available on site.

Campsite Information

CAMPGROUND

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CAMPGROUND ENTRY

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Enduro

$280.00

Entrance off College Road Gate 15A

9am Tuesday

2 October

McPhillamy

$286.00

Entrance on Barry Gurdon Drive

9am Saturday

29 September

Reid & Sulman

$286.00

Entrance on Barry Gurdon Drive

9am Saturday

29 September

Max Cameron

$250.00

Entrance off Panorama Avenue

9am Tuesday

2 October

Paddock


$352.00

 

Entrance off Mountain Straight when the track is open to the public, entrance on Entrance off College Road Gate 15A when the track is closed to the public.

9am Sunday

30 September

Chase

$280.00

Entrance off College Road Gate 15B

9am Tuesday

2 October

The Orchard

Site: $280.00

Powered Large Site: $632.00

Powered Small Site: $485.00

Entrance off College Road Gate 15A

9am Tuesday

2 October

Motorhome Park

Powered Site: $683.00

Entrance off College Road Gate 15A

9am Tuesday

2 October

*Ticket prices above do not include the Ticketek fees or Event ticketing. 

Treat all tickets and car passes like cash as they are non-refundable or replaceable. Additionally, keep all contact details are up to date by emailing camping@supercars.com.

Campground Gates 

All guests entering through Camp Ground Gates MUST have appropriate personal accreditation at all times.

Reid & Sulman and McPhillamy Park Campgrounds
Saturday, 29 September: 9.00am

The Paddock Campground
Sunday, 30 Septembe: 9.00am

The Chase, The Enduro, Max Cameron, The Orchard and Motorhome
Tuesday, 2 October: 9.00am

All campgrounds close on Monday, 8 October at 10am.  

Map

Bathurst Track Map V3

Download full resolution copy here.

Campground Rules

Capitalised terms have the same meaning as the Conditions of Entry you were deemed to have accepted by purchasing or otherwise receiving an entry Ticket to the Venue for the Event. You acknowledge that it is your responsibility to read and inform yourself of the Conditions of Entry and of these Rules. These Conditions of Entry may be supplemented by additional conditions displayed at the Venue, or amended. It is your responsibility to have read the most recent Conditions of Entry.

General conduct
• Orderly conduct is always expected.
• Police and Security will enforce eviction from the Venue for any disorderly conduct and other
misbehaviour at their discretion.
• No materials over 1.2m high are permitted to cordon off your campsite.
• No Flag poles or set up equipment are permitted to be over 4m high in any campground.
• You are not permitted to build toilets on your campsites – it is only permitted to hire port-aloos
from reputable suppliers.
Access to the Campgrounds:
• V8 Supercars Australia Pty Ltd (SCA) reserves the right to refuse entry to the Campgrounds to any person it deems unfit or inappropriate in its absolute discretion.
• Patrons must present a parking pass and an Event Ticket for each person to obtain entry into
the Campgrounds.


Vehicles
• If your vehicle and/or accommodation facilities exceed the campsite size, you are required to
purchase an additional site. A tow away service will be in operation for any vehicles that are
not parked completely within their allocated campsite.
• Vehicles may only be used for entering and exiting the Campgrounds via their main gates.
• Unregistered or un-roadworthy vehicles will not be admitted into any Campground.
• On the advice of the NSW Police Service, any unregistered motorised wheeled device
(excluding those used by disabled persons) will not be admitted into the Event or the Venue.
Limited Use Permit and Agricultural registered vehicles will not be admitted into the Event or
the Venue.
• Use of vehicles within the Campgrounds on undesignated roads or for unlawful or potentially
dangerous practices is strictly forbidden.
• All vehicles will be subject to a comprehensive search by the NSW Police and Security for
contraband items including weapons, excessive amounts of alcohol, illicit drugs, fireworks and
other articles referred to in the Conditions of Entry and Campground Rules.
• All roads are subject to local, state and federal motor legislation. Motorists are expected to
obey these rules at all times.
• Paddock campgrounds have a one (1) vehicle per site policy which will be enforced. All other
campgrounds you are permitted a maximum of two (2) vehicles per site. Any additional
vehicles must be housed in the overflow car park at the foot of the Mountain (on Barry Gurdon
Drive) or at the main public car parking area off Panorama Ave.
Identification:
• Event Tickets and vehicle stickers provided for your relevant Campgrounds must be clearly
visible at all times.
• If you do not have the correct vehicle accreditation or Ticket, no vehicle access will be
permitted to the Campgrounds without the express written permission of SCA.
• All instructions and directions relating to any terms and conditions and/or campground
rules, whether communicated by SCA, Security and/or Police, Officials, Volunteers and
Authorised Persons must be strictly adhered to at all times. This includes anything that has
been considered unacceptable, unsafe or reduces the comfort of the Venue or the Event
experience generally for other patrons.


Prohibited Items
The following items must not be brought into the Venue under any circumstances: (i) illegal
substances, fireworks, explosives or weapons of any nature; (ii) couches or lounge chairs; (iii)
animals (excluding working Guide Dogs); (iv) platforms, structures or materials to be used to erect platforms or other viewing platforms; (v) anything that SCA reasonably considers will obstruct the view or jeopardise the safety, comfort or experience of other patrons; (vi) no electric or battery powered tools permitted, however a battery powered hand drill is permitted. Chainsaws, axes or dangerous equipment; (vii) any unregistered motorised wheeled devices; (viii) any glass bottle or stubbie is not permitted however a small glass jar under 200mls containing vegemite, jams or food preservatives is permitted (ix) aerial drones, unmanned aerial vehicles, lasers/laser pointers; or (x) any item that SCA reasonably considers not appropriate to be taken into the campgrounds. SCA reserves the right to remove any such items at its sole discretion.


Camp Fires
Campers are permitted to have a camp fire on their campsite on the following condition:
i. ALL campers must contain their fires within a metal barrel or drum. Due to the current drought conditions and potential for bush fires, the NSW Police and the NSW Rural Fire Service have requested ALL fires be contained within some form of metal fire pit or drum.

In the event, any of the above condition is not complied with; Supercars will be at liberty to
extinguish such camp fires and campers will not be permitted to conduct a camp fire unless the
above condition is met.

For any camping enquiries please contact: camping@supercars.com