Event Guide

All you need to know about getting around at the Sandown 500

Map

Sandown Track Map V1

Click here for full resolution copy to download. 

Opening Hours

Opening hours to the Sandown 500 will be confirmed closer to the event. 

Transport and Parking

Full details on Transport and Parking for the Sandown 500 will be confirmed closer to the event.

Accessibility Information

Viewing Facilities 

A dedicated wheelchair accessible viewing is located at the back of the grandstand and also within the Park & View areas inside Gate 6B and 8. Patrons must have a general admission Wheelchair Access/Carer ticket to access this area. Please select "Wheelchair Access/Carer" price type when purchasing tickets.

The viewing area is attended by volunteers throughout the Event and allows access to those patrons with a disability and one (1) companion.

Parking

With the proper vehicle accreditation, disabled parking is available in the Media and VIP parking section near the main Gate 2.

Toilets 

There are a number of wheelchair friendly toilets in the precinct. Locations are:

  • In the main grandstand
  • In the Park & View areas at Gate 6B and 8

Track Crossings

There are no track crossings at this event. 

Companion Card 

Companion Cards are accepted at this event for general admission tickets and access to the wheelchair accessible platforms. If a companion card ticket is required, then the companion card must be presented at the time of booking and also carried with the disabled person when attending the event.

To book companion card tickets please call 132 849 or visit any Ticketek outlet.

Other FAQs

First Aid

First Aid will be operating a total of 3 first aid facilities located around the circuit. Refer to track map for locations.

Food and Beverage

There are a number of food outlets to choose from located around the event precinct. Patrons may bring in limited quantities of food and drink for personal consumption. No alcohol or glass is permitted to be brought into the precinct.

Alcoholic beverages are available for sale from the numerous bars and licensed outlets located throughout the venue. Bars will operate from 10am daily. Liquor licensing laws prevent patrons from bringing their own alcohol into the venue. No glass is permitted.

Official Race Program 

The official program will be sold at the Ticketek Box Office, Paddock Box Office, and Official Supercars Merchandise Store in Merchandise Alley for $10 each.

Information Booth 

The Information Booth is located just inside Gate 2. The Information Booth will be the first point of contact for all lost property.

Track Shuttle 

A shuttle will be operating  at the circuit from 9am each day transporting patrons between gates.  This shuttle is wheelchair accessible. 

Police 

Victorian Police will be in attendance for the duration of the Event.

Tune in on Track - On Track Commentary

Tune into 99.7 FM during the event to hear commentary of racing action and what’s happening on and off the track.

Alcoholic Beverages

Alcoholic beverages are available for sale from the numerous bars and licensed outlets located throughout the venue. Bars will operate from 10am daily.

Liquor licensing laws prevent patrons from bringing their own alcohol into the venue. No glass is permitted.

Restricted Items and Inspections

To ensure compliance with the Conditions of Entry and clause 23, Supercars may, at any time, require a Patron to open for inspection any vehicle, bag, basket or other receptacle, or turn out their pockets.  Patrons who fail to comply with such a request may be refused entry or directed to leave the Event.

  1. Patrons must not, without the prior consent of Supercars, have in their possession at the Event, or bring into the Event any:
  1. alcoholic beverage (unless purchased at the Event);
  2. glass bottle or glass container (unless purchased at the Event);
  3. beverage container with the manufacturer’s seal broken (unless purchased at the Event);
  4. chair, lounge, bench or stool, other than a folding chair or folding stool;
  5. clothing bearing any racist, indecent or obscene language or images;
  6. prohibited or controlled weapon, firearm, or any dangerous goods;
  7. animal, other than an assistance dog;
  8. whistle, loud hailer, horn or bugle;
  9. flare, firework, laser pointer, or distress signal;
  10. public address system, electronic equipment, broadcast equipment or similar device which may interfere with broadcast equipment or similar device being used by SCA or other persons authorised by SCA in connection with the Event;
  11. drones and other unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
  12. vehicle including any golf buggy, bicycle, skateboard, roller skates, roller blades or scooter;
  13. item the possession of which does not have an ordinary and reasonable use by a Patron at the Event and which may be used to damage or deface property, buildings or any part of the area used for the Event (including without limitation any spray paint), disrupt or interrupt the Event, hinder, obstruct or interfere with any driver taking part in the Event, adversely affect public safety, excavate any part of the area used for the Event or erect any structure;
  14. item in such quantity that a reasonable person could infer that the item is to be used for commercial purposes;
  15. goods or tickets for the purpose of sale or commercial distribution to Patrons;
  16. camera lenses with a physical length greater than 400mm or any other item which might reasonably obstructs the view of any other Patron; or
  17. photographic, video or audio recording equipment SCA reasonably considers may be used in breach of clause 25, which may include (without limitation) audio recorders, camera tripods, selfie sticks, monopods or any digital recording equipment.