Last updated: July 4, 2023
A guide with the nine best go-kart racing tracks in Sydney, indoor as well as outdoor, where you and your mates can get that adrenaline pumping.
Go-karting is a fun and exciting sport that is suitable for all ages, and luckily, there are quite a few race venues to choose from in Sydney.
Each twist, each turn, and each burst of speed on these go-karting tracks is a love letter to thrill-seekers and speed junkies alike. With circuits catering to rookies and professionals, these tracks are not just arenas for races. They are grand stages where fun, challenge, and excitement play the leading roles.
So buckle up, as we take you on a thrilling ride through the nine best indoor and outdoor go-karting race tracks in Sydney, where every lap is a new adventure. These are places where friendships are tested, family bonds strengthened, and personal records shattered.
Top 9 Sydney Go Karting Tracks:
|Hyper Karting||Indoor||Moore Park|
|Extreme Indoor Go Karting||Indoor||Villawood|
|Entertainment Park E-Karting||Indoor||Bankstown|
|Spitfire Go Karts||Indoor||Concord West|
|Ultimate Karting Sydney||Indoor||Smeaton Grange|
|Picton Karting Track||Outdoor||Maldon|
|Luddenham Raceway Go Karting||Outdoor||Luddenham|
|Sydney Premier Karting Park||Outdoor||Eastern Creek|
|Fastlane Karting Sydney||Outdoor||Minto|
Top 9 Sydney Go Karting Tracks
The below nine go-karting race tracks in Sydney are happy to welcome you. For more information about admission prices and opening hours, click on the more-info link below each go-karting venue.
Check the Groupon website for any go-kart deals or coupons.
1. Hyper Karting
Hyper Karting is one of Sydney’s latest additions to go-karting race tracks, and it’s such a great addition too. If you’ve done go-karting before, then you will know how bad those race tracks can smell and how noisy they can be.
Enter Hyper Karting at Moore Park’s The Entertainment Quarter. Visiting Hyper Karting is almost like stepping into a calm and peaceful rainforest. Okay, that’s not true, but you definitely won’t have to deal with harmful fumes and constant noise.
That is because Hyper uses brand new, German-made electric go-karts with zero emissions or fumes. They can go just as fast, if not faster, than traditional go-karts. You will be racing on the 5th level of the main car park on an exhilarating 410 metres long indoor race track.
Hyper Karting is open seven days per week. Online bookings are recommended.
|Address:||The Entertainment Quarter, L5 Car Park, Moore Park (map)|
|More info:||Hyper Karting|
2. Extreme Indoor Go Karting
The popular Extreme Indoor Go Karting venue in Villawood is home to no less than three different race tracks. Their flagship Extreme Track is 500 metres long and features a fast-paced overpass bridge and a double underpass. With unrestricted 270cc petrol karts, this race track is one of Sydney’s fastest.
With 300 metres, the Sprint Track is a bit shorter but allows for high-intensity racing with multiple overtaking points. The Rookie Track is suitable for younger kids and for those who’ve never done go-karting before.
Extreme Indoor Go Karting is open seven days per week, but the Extreme Track is only open from Monday to Friday.
|Address:||Unit 3, 66 Christina Road, Villawood (map)|
|More info:||Extreme Indoor Go Karting|
3. Entertainment Park E-Karting
As the name suggests, E-Karting at Entertainment Park in Bankstown means you’re going to race in electric karts, like Hyper Karting in Moore Park.
And not only that, but the track at Entertainment Park is also the largest indoor electric karts racing track in New South Wales. The karts can reach speeds of up to 85 km/h on the newly built track.
What’s more, Entertainment Park is also home to a large bowling alley, a spectacular virtual reality arena, an arcade, and even a racing car simulator facility. Fun guaranteed!
Entertainment Park is open Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 10 pm.
|Address:||20/361 Milperra Road, Bankstown (map)|
|More info:||Entertainment Park E-Karting|
4. Spitfire Go Karts
Spitfire in Concord West offers a modern go-karts racing track that was built in 2013 as an addition to their indoor paintball arena.
The track includes state-of-the-art lap timing software, a big screen lap timing display, a warning light system, and so much more.
If you’re keen to make a day of it with a group of friends, Spitfire also offers racing simulators, paintball, and laser tag.
Spitfire Go Karts is open 7 days per week. It’s recommended to call ahead for availability.
|Address:||212 George St, Concord West (map)|
|More info:||Spitfire Go Karts|
5. Ultimate Karting Sydney
Claiming to have the fastest indoor go-kart race track in Australia, Ultimate Karting Sydney in Smeaton Grange offers a thrilling racing experience in European state-of-the-art go-karts on a 6-metre wide track. The track is not only wide, but it also offers superior grip on a concrete surface.
Choose between 270cc go-karts (for age 14+) and 200cc go-karts (for age 7+), both designed and built for maximum safety and performance.
You can either just walk in or book ahead, but for larger groups, it’s recommended to book ahead to avoid disappointment.
Ultimate Karting Sydney is open 7 days per week. Bookings can be made online.
|Address:||40 Anderson Road, Smeaton Grange (map)|
|More info:||Ultimate Karting Sydney|
6. Picton Karting Track
Picton Karting Track is the first outdoor go-karting race track on this list.
Go-karting outdoors typically means longer and wider race tracks and higher speeds, and as such is not the most suitable for kids. However, some outdoor race tracks do offer junior karts, and so does Picton.
The Pro Circuit at Picton Karting is for the serious racers. It’s 640 metres long and 8 metres wide and includes an almost 200 metres long straight.
The Rookie Circuit is suitable for junior drivers and for those who need to get used to the karts and the sport of go karting.
Picton Karting Track is open 7 days per week from 10 am to 5 pm.
|Address:||200 Picton Rd, Maldon (map)|
|More info:||Picton Karting Track|
7. Luddenham Raceway Go Karting
Luddenham Raceway Go Karting has a 600 metres long Pro Circuit (age 15 years and over) and a 200 metres long Rookie Circuit.
The Pro Circuit has 12 high-speed flowing corners allowing for a smooth driving experience and high speeds. Various elevation changes on the track also add to the experience.
The Rookie Circuit has 9 flowing corners and is suitable for kids aged 8 to 14 years old. Both tracks meet and exceed the highest safety standards, and full safety briefings and driving instructions result in a great day out.
Luddenham Raceway Go Karting is open 7 days per week. It’s recommended to call ahead for availability.
|Address:||821-849 Luddenham Rd, Luddenham (map)|
|More info:||Luddenham Raceway Go Karting|
8. Sydney Premier Karting Park
Of course, Eastern Creek must be included on this list of best go-karting race tracks in Sydney.
Formerly known as Eastern Creek International Karting Raceway, Sydney Premier Karting Park has been one of the most prominent race circuits in Australia since 1997, and is currently the largest karting complex in the country.
Racing in Eastern Creek is the real deal, and you have the choice between various karts to match your skills, from 13hp to 6hp karts and cadet karts.
Sydney Premier Karting Park is open 7 days per week. Bookings can be made online.
|Address:||50 Peter Brock Drive, Eastern Creek (map)|
|More info:||Sydney Premier Karting Park|
9. Fastlane Karting Sydney
Fastlane Karting Sydney in Minto has two exciting go-karting tracks available. The Main Track is 570 metres long and is for regular go-kart racing sessions outdoors.
The Drift Track is with 160 metres much shorter, and is suitable for junior drivers or for those who simply want to practise their drifting skills.
Fastlane Karting Sydney is open 7 days per week. Bookings can be made online.
|Address:||20 Swettenham Road, Minto (map)|
|More info:||Fastlane Karting Sydney|
Tips for Go Karting
Here are a few tips for the best and safest go-karting experience:
- Always listen to instructions, stick to the rules and pay attention to the flag and light signals.
- If you’re racing at a slower speed than others on the track, let them overtake on the straights or go wide on the turns.
- Leave sliding and drifting to experienced racers, it will just slow you down.
- Brake gently on the straights before turning, not during the turn.
- Always keep the front tires in control to maintain the best race line.
- Only overtake slower drivers when it is safe to do so.
- Go wide before cutting into the turn, and then accelerate at the apex.