Lakeside Park

Lakeside Park is one of Australia's most favorite and classic circuits. Since its opening in 1961, the circuit, formerly known as Lakeside International Raceway, has hosted mainly Australian touring car rounds, GT races and the Australian Superbike Championship. In addition, the circuit twice hosted grands prix for formula race cars, with Graham Hill winning the first edition with a BRM in 1966.

The circuit cuts through grassland along the shores of Lake Kurwongbah, and is situated 30 kilometres north of Brisbane in the state of Queensland.

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Lakeside

Fastest Lap: 0:46.66 Paul Stokell, Reynard 91D

Number of track configurations: 1

Direction: Clockwise

Directions

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Accommodation

Accommodation near Lakeside Park ranges from luxury self contained apartments with sweeping views, centrally located motels, boutique bed and breakfasts, cosy cottages, beachfront camping and cabins. For more information visit Moreton Bay Regional Council.

Helicopter Landings

Helicopters are welcome to land at Lakeside Park. Landing is strictly by prior permission. Please avoid overflying any residential properties at less than 500ft.