Darwin triple crown : 18-20 June 2021


Hidden Valley Raceway will come alive from 14-16 June 2024, with heart-pounding motorsport action from the Supercars, Porsche Carrera Cup, Touring Car Masters, V8 SuperUtes, Nitro Up North Drag Racing and more!


Lap up world-class motorsport action in the Top End

Escape winter and strap yourselves in for an incredible weekend of the most heart-pounding action under the Top End sun from 14-16 June 2024! It’s time to get planning! 

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More than just racing

There’s something for the whole family at the betr Darwin Triple Crown with a host of entertainment, delicious food choices, motorsports and plenty of off-track entertainment. 

Paired with the Territory’s incredible weather and tourism experiences, the betr Darwin Triple Crown is a must-do on the Top End’s events calendar and kids 13 and under are free when accompanying a paying adult. 

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Supercharge your trackside experience

Live it up at the betr Darwin Triple Crown in style with a shared or exclusive hospitality package! 

Get the best seats in the house for second-to-none views of the track and food and beverage options to match.

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Official Indigenous Round of the Supercars Championship

The betr Darwin Triple Crown is the official Indigenous Round of the 2024 Supercars Championship.

The Darwin Triple Crown creates opportunities for Indigenous Australians while showcasing Indigenous culture and celebrating Larrakia country. 



Home of the Triple Crown

The Darwin round of the Supercars Championship is unique for more than its iconic location - it is also home of the elusive Darwin Triple Crown.

As far as Supercars honours come, the Darwin Triple Crown has proven one of the most elusive.

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betr Darwin Triple Crown Supercars respectfully acknowledges the past, present and emerging Traditional Owners of the beautiful land on which we live, work and gather. We respect the cultural practices and traditions of our hosts, recognise the importance of sustainably caring for our country, and commit to being respectful visitors to traditional lands.