Noosa Hill Climb Winter Challenge

Noosa Hill Climb Winter Challenge

  • When: Saturday 22 to Sunday 23 July 2017
  • Where: Gyndier Drive, Tewantin
  • Time: 8am-4pm
  • Price: Adult day pass $15, weekend pass $25. Children under 14 free (accompanied by an adult).
  • Website: www.noosacarclub.com.au

Meet car racing legend Dick Johnson at the Noosa Hill Climb Winter Challenge, celebrating 20 years of hill climbs in Noosa with the Noosa Classic Car Club.

The Noosa Hill Climb is classed as one of the premier hill climb events in Australia - this year's marque is muscle cars and a number of cars that compete in the Touring Car Masters race series will be in Noosa.

Dick Johnson will have autograph signing sessions, and the Bowdens Collection, Tru Blu will be on display in the pits.

See the thrills and spills of close competition as a broad range of makes and models including the Skelta, XU1s, Minis, Fiats, GTs, Jags, open wheel hill climb specials and the Touring Car Masters cars wind through 14 corners through Tewantin National Park. Great spectator vantage points and grandstand seating at most corners.

A shuttle bus will operate to take spectators up and down the track to provide easy access to all vantage points, and catering will be available. Limited parking along Noosa Cooroy Rd and at Gyndier Drive entrance.

Tickets at the gate. Cash or Eftpos.

Also get up close and personal with the cars and their drivers at a street parade and car display in Hastings Street, Noosa Heads on Friday 21 July from 3.30pm.

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