Noosa Hill Climb Summer Challenge

Noosa Hill Climb Summer Challenge

  • When: 11-12 November 2017 (street parade 10 November)
  • Where: Gyndier Drive, Tewantin, off Noosa-Cooroy Road
  • Time: 8am-4pm
  • Price: Adult day pass $15, weekend pass $25. Children under 14 years free (accompanied by an adult).
  • Website: www.noosacarclub.com.au

The Noosa Hill Climb, celebrating its 20th year, is one of the premier hill climb events in Australia, with plenty of thrills and spills and up-close spectator viewing.

Marque of the event is Historic and Sport Cars, with a broad range of makes and models including the Skelta, XU1s, Minis, Fiats, GTs, Jags, open wheel hill climb specials and more.

The event starts with a street parade down Hastings Street on Friday 10 November from 3.30pm - see some of the historic race and sports cars that will be taking part in the Noosa Hill Climb on Saturday and Sunday.

The Hill Climb 1.5km course has many great vantage points and spectators have the opportunity to get up close to the cars and drivers in the pit area. Wander around the pits, talk to drivers and get up close to the cars with plenty of spectator areas, many with grandstand seating. A shuttle bus will take spectators up the track to access the best vantage points, and catering is available on-site.

Parking is available at the lower end of Gyndier Drive and at Sunrise Road, Tinbeerwah. Racing starts at 8.30am on both Saturday and Sunday, 11-12 November.

Tickets available at the entrance gates (EFTPOS available).

Presented by the Noosa Beach Classic Car Club

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