Spectator Information

Planning on coming to the 2024 event to spectate?

Here is the information you need to ensure your stay and experience is safe and enjoyable.

For our event to continue to be safe for everyone, spectators must abide by some simple rules:

  • There are spectator designated areas. These MUST be adhered to.
  • Don’t stand on the outside of corners  – anywhere – at no time. Dont be the reason this iconic race is stopped !
  • Look for directional signage and follow the designated paths
  • Follow direction from officials
  • Only cross at designated crossing points – the racers come quicker than you think
  • Double bunted areas are a NO GO ZONE. They are there for the riders safety and yours
  • NO DOGS !!!!

Only pre purchased ticketed patrons are allowed on site. This will be strictly adhered to in 2024 as part of insurance requirements.


Competition Schedule

Saturday 6th July

  • Junior small wheels racing starts at 10.15am
  • Junior big wheel racing starts at 12.00pm
  • Senior prologue and top 10 starts at 2.15pm

Sunday 7th July

  • Gates open at 6am
  • Racing starts at 9.00am sharp


How to get to Hattah?

Drive >>

Mildura is 550km from Melbourne, 400km from Adelaide, 1012km from Sydney.

Fly >>

Mildura has an amazing selection of flights from major airports at Mildura Airport

Need a car once you arrive? >>

Need a car once you arrive ? – the Hattah track is 53km from Mildura. If you are flying in, car hire is available at Mildura Airport car hire services

Hotel, Motel or camping?


There are numerous motels, hotels and caravan parks in Mildura, Irymple and Red Cliffs. Visit the websites of Visit Mildura and Visit Victoria to find out what our region can truly offer for your full Mildura and Mallee experience.

If camping along our beautiful Murray River, please read the attached information here and help us keep our natural safe and pristine

Visit Mildura


Visit Mildura


Visit Mildura Rural City Councils Calendar of Events – Mildura and surrounding districts has so much to offer. Arts and culture, Family Fun, Golf Courses, History and Heritage, Paddleboats, Parks and Nature, Shopping Precincts, Tours and Trails and of course the Mighty Murray and Darling Rivers. All can be found by visiting Mildura Attractions