Attractions

Autograph Sessions

Nick Percat of Brad Jones Racing during the WD-40 Phillip Island 500,  at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Phillip Island, Victoria, April 22, 2017.

Supercars Driver Autograph Session

Head to the Supercars Paddock during the autograph signing session to meet some of your favourite Supercars drivers, and their PIRTEK Enduro Cup co-drivers, and grab an autograph. Free posters will be available for patrons at the designated autograph sessions.

When: Friday 1.30pm - 2.00pm and Saturday 1pm - 1.30pm

Where: Back of the team garage, Supercars Paddock

Paddock passes will be required to enter the Supercars Paddock.

Dunlop Super2 Series Driver Autograph Session

Grab an autograph from the drivers of the Dunlop Super2 Series, possibly a champion of tomorrow! Free posters will be available for patrons at the designated autograph session.

When:Saturday 12.05pm - 12.35pm

Where:Back of the Dunlop garages, Supercars Paddock

Paddock passes will be required to enter the Supercars Paddock.

SuperUtes Up Close

Come down and meet the ECB SuperUtes teams and check out the next era of dual-cab turbo diesel machines. This is your chance to learn more about this brand new category, ask questions and see these beasts up close.

WHERE TO FIND 

When: Friday 12:30pm

Where: In the SuperUtes Paddock, behind the Supercars Paddock

Heroes and Legends Museum

An amazing array of cars celebrating the heroes and legends of Bathurst will form a special attraction at this year’s Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 from October 4-7 at Mount Panorama.

Cars covering the 1960s, 70s, 80s and 90s will be on hand to celebrate the rich contribution to the history of the famous circuit and annual classic race by a select group of special drivers.
This impressive collection of cars representing a wide range of Bathurst history will be located in a special display area in the Supercars Paddock at Mount Panorama.

WHERE TO FIND 

When:   Thursday Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Where: Supercars Paddock

 

Merchandise Alley

Merchandise

Visit the Merchandise Alley to stock up on your favourite Team’s merchandise and Supercars gear. Plus check out some of the stunt team vehicles on display, enjoy a drink at the bars and grab a bite to eat.

WHERE TO FIND

Merchandise Alley is located in the Harris Park Merchandise Area, located along pit straight on the grandstand side, and on the mountain on the campground site. 

Stock up on your favourite Team’s merchandise and Supercars gear. Plus, check out some of the stunt team vehicles on display.

Supercheap Auto Track and Mountain Store

Grab all the gear you need to enjoy the event at the Supercheap Auto Track Store. The Store is stock full of gear to make your trip to the mountain hassle free. Check out a huge range of camp chairs, tarps, tents and more.

during the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, in Bathurst, Australia, October 10, 2015.

WHERE TO FIND

The Supercheap Auto Track and Mountain store will be trading from Tuesday, 2 October to Sunday, 7 October. The Track Store can be found in Merchandise Alley in Harris Park, while the Mountain Store is between Reid/Sulman Park and McPhilamy Park.

Track Store:

Wednesday: 8.00am to 5.30pm

Thursday - Friday: 7.30am to 5.30pm

Saturday: 7.00am to 6.00pm

Sunday: 6.30am to close

Mountain Store:

Tuesday - Friday: 8.00am to 5.00pm

Saturday: 7.30am to 5.30pm

Sunday: 7.30am to close

Coopers Roll Bar

The Coopers Roll Bar is the ultimate location for fans to watch and enjoy Supercar racing. Located inside Chase, the Coopers Roll Bar is in a prime viewing position to catch all of the on-track action with entertainment by the Pig Iron Bob band. Pig Iron Bob - A diverse rock covers band local to Bathurst in the central west of NSW, has been much loved and respected since it was formed in the early 90's. The band's high energy performances have featured on race weekend at Coopers Bar on Mt Panorama for the last 3 years running and have been a high-profile feature at local venues during race weekend for the past 17 years. 

WHERE TO FIND 

When:   Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Where:  Inside Chase

Team D-MAX Iron Summit Activation & Concept X Display

Australia’s most famous precision driving team, Team Isuzu D-MAX are making their way to Bathurst to enthral and excite with its fleet of D-MAX and MU-X vehicles.

Strap yourself into the passenger seat for a heart-pumping ride up and over the Iron Summit in their MU-X — at an incredible 100 percent gradient (45° degrees) — the steepest 4WD ramp in the world.  

And if you prefer to keep your feet firmly on the ground, come and check out the recently unveiled Concept X Isuzu D-MAX and MU-X; a pair of super-sized off-road behemoths that dwarf their showroom counterparts. Vastly bigger than most modified 4WDs, the Concept X duo feature aggressive muscular styling, enormous pumped-out bodies and huge suspension lifts to accommodate massive 38 x 15.5 R20 Toyo Open Country Mud Terrain tyres. 

WHERE TO FIND 

Where: Race down to Merchandise Alley for all the Team D-MAX action!

Sydney Helicopters

Scenic flights include two amazing laps of the track where passengers will have a birds eye view of all the racing and the Spectacular Mountain! Each day we are available for transfers from Bathurst Airport however these are subject to pre-arranged booking, customers can call our office on 02 9637 4455 or email on info@sydneyhelicopters.com.au. Helicopter Return Transfers from Bathurst Airport to Mt Panorama are $275 pp.

We also offer seats for the Race Start these seats are strictly limited in number at start at $350pp ($400pp for the front seat). Passengers will see the start of the race from the best seat in the house and follow the cars around the track for three laps.

WHERE TO FIND 

Where: Commercial Helipad located at the western end of the merchandise alley at turn One

When: Thursday – 0900 hrs till 1700 hrs $80pp

            Friday – 0900 till 1700 hrs $80pp

            Saturday – 0900 till 1700 hrs $90pp

            Sunday – 1000 till 1700 hrs $90pp

National Motor Racing Museum

2018 marks 50 years since Holden’s first outright victory in the October touring car classic at Mount Panorama, Bathurst.  To mark this significant anniversary, the National Motor Racing Museum at Bathurst is assembling a special exhibition of some of the classic race-winning Holden race cars spanning the era of the Monaro, Torana, Group C and Group A Commodores, through to the V8 Supercars of the modern era.  These cars will be drawn from the Museum’s own collection, as well as a number of cars loaned from collections across Australia.  Don’t miss seeing this rare opportunity to see the cars that forged the Holden legend at Mount Panorama.

This exhibition will run from late September until December 2018.  The National Motor Racing Museum is open 7 days a week, from 9am until 4:30pm, and will have extended opening hours during the period of this year’s Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, from October 4 -7.  Visit www.nmrm.com.au, call (02) 6332 1872 or follow the National Motor Racing Museum on facebook.

Brock Collection Auction

Brock. The name stirs the soul of race fans across the country. For over three decades Peter Brock was at the forefront of Australian motorsport. Naturally gifted … a pioneer … a proud Australian. He was more than just a racing driver – he was the people’s champion. 

Lloyds Auctions are returning the cars to the fans on the race track at the Bathurst 1000 for a very special historic lap around the race track of Mount Panorama for potentially the last time ever with the cars to be auctioned on the Saturday in the biggest Brock Collection of cars yet. 

This is the Brock Collection, where his legacy and history lives on. A showcase of Peter Brock’s racing history put together and curated by Brock’s mate Peter Champion.

Lloyds Auctions are offering The Brock Collection for auction with bids starting online at one dollar with the hammer down sale scheduled to commence on Bathurst race weekend, Saturday night 6th October.

This auction event is set to be the biggest Australian Muscle Car Auction yet, with thousands of people expected to fill the Lloyds Classic Car Bathurst Facility, where the entire collection will be displayed for what could be the last time.

Bids can be made online at www.lloydsauctions.com.au or in person on October 6 when the cars return home to Mount Panorama at the Lloyds Classic Car Bathurst Facility on Kelso Road.

WHERE TO FIND 

When: Saturday 6 October

Where: Online and Lloyds Classic Car Bathurst Facility on Kelso Road

All times and activities are subject to change at the promoter’s discretion.