Ride Days

wakefield park ride days provide opportunities for motoring enthusiasts to test the capabilities of their bikes under controlled conditions, on a racetrack.

Perfect for first timers on a race track!


First time to the track?

Welcome, you’re about to participate in your first track day! We’re sure you will love your time at Wakefield Park Raceway so here is some important information to help you along your track day journey.

How to enter: There are two ways you can enter our Wakefield Park Ride Days. The first way to book is by pre-booking online via this website under drop down tab enter events online; pre-booking will save you money and time. The second way to book is by turning up on the day and heading to our sign-on room, this will cost you more. Please see our pricing tab below for exact price differences.

What to bring: We suggest bringing your bike for starters, full leathers, back protector, a helmet, gloves and boots and your race licence. If you don’t have a race licence you can purchase one from $35 at our track on the day.

Rider training: At Wakefield Park Ride Days we don’t offer rider training, however we do have a third party provider who offers rider training on other days at our track.

What to do when you arrive at track: We understand the first time arriving to a new place can be a little daunting, so let’s make it nice and easy for you. On arrival you will drive through our main gate, to your left will be rows of carports. You are welcome to park in any available carport because on Wakefield Park Ride Days these are offered for free. Once you are parked you can make your way over to our Sign-On Room which will be on the right-hand side as soon as you drive through the gates, just look for the sign.

If you get lost there will be plenty of friendly people to help you. Once you arrive at the Sign-On Room our friendly staff will sign you on and advise you of the riders briefing and the next steps to take. How simple is that!

Please remember no question is a silly question and our friendly staff will be happy to assist. If you still need to ask questions even after reading this, please feel free to contact our office on 02 4822 2811 or email info@wakefieldpark.com.au

See you at the track!



Wakefield Park Ride Days provide opportunities for motoring enthusiasts to test the capabilities of their bike under controlled conditions, on a racetrack.


Sign on room is open from 8am to sign necessary documentation, please bring a valid MA licence with you or one may be purchased at the time of sign on.

Weekend Ride days sign on opens at 8am and closes at 11am, if you are planning to arrive after 11am please phone office in advance 4822 2811 to notify of your late arrival or head to our Wakefield Park Café for further assistance.


You will need an MA (Motorcycling Australia) licence.

You can purchase a day licence from $35 from Wakefield Park Raceway on the day.



$85.00 per single garage.

These can be booked online with your entry or on the day during the sign on process.


Carports are free on our Wakefield Park Ride Days.

Feel free to park in any vacant carport on arrival.


Weekday – Pre Book online from $195

Weekday – Arrive on the day and pay from $240

Weekend – Pre Book online from $230

Weekend – Arrive on the day and pay from $275


There is no timing available on a Wakefield Park Ride Day.


Groups are determined by speed, when entering for the event we will ask for your lap times, track experience and skill level. Once we have this information, we can allocate you a group based on the information you provide us at the time of entering for the event.

Slow Group
Full leathers must be worn.

Medium Group
Full leathers must be worn.

Fast Group
Full leathers must be worn.

Race Group
Full leathers must be worn.

Full leathers must be worn.

Side Cars
Full leathers must be worn.

Any group under a minimum of 3 are subject to cancellation by Wakefield Park management.


All participants must wear full leathers.


Café open on site from 8am – 2pm

A food and beverage machine is located out the front of the Cafe for you outside these hours.

Depending on time there will be a scheduled 30-minute lunch break. However, we aim to not stop for lunch to ensure you get as much track time as possible. We recommend heading over to the Cafe during your sessions. 


There is 98 fuel onsite for sale. Please contact main office and one of our friendly staff will assist you with purchasing fuel.


Wakefield Park aim to provide as much track time as possible on the day. Due to many factors including break downs, accidents and liquid spills, we can’t guarantee how many sessions you will receive.

The normal amount of sessions are 5 to 7 with each session being approximately 10 to 15 minutes in length.


Riders briefing will be held at the base of the control tower at approximately 9:00 – 9:15am.

You will be told the general rules of the track and be able to ask any questions you may have.


You can have more than one rider for your bike however there will be an additional $50.00 per rider

All entries will have to share the same session unless two riders are paid for.


There will be PA announcement to notify the start and end of each session. These annoucements can be heard in the carports and garages.

During your allocated session time. Overall track activity is from 9.30am – 4.30pm.

Gates open at 7am and close at 5.30pm.

There are no pillion rides on Wakefield Park Ride Days.
Refunds will be provided for people cancelling 7 days prior to their selected event. If it is less than 7 days prior to the event, there will be no refund available. All Refunds will incur a booking cancellation fee. Re booking an event – if you require the need to move your booking, you are required to inform the Wakefield Park office by COB 3 days before the event you are attending. For example, Monday event, requires notification by COB of the prior Thursday. You will be issued with a voucher entitling you to an entry of the same event in the future (must be redeemed within twelve months).
No race bike engines are allowed to be started before 8am. Standard/Street bikes are okay to start their engines before 8am.
Noise restrictions apply at Wakefield Park. If, during use of the circuit, a vehicle registers above 95DBD measured at 30m the vehicle will be black flagged and removed. The vehicle will only be permitted to re-enter the circuit if it passes a compulsory static noise test. A mechanical rectification must be undertaken before the test is attempted. If the test is passed but the vehicle exceeds 95DBA at 30m on a second occasion it will be excluded from any further participation that day. The sound measuring equipment at Wakefield Park is considered judge of fact and its reading/results are not open for discussion. The sound measuring equipment at Wakefield Park is considered judge of fact and its reading/results are not open for discussion.

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