FAQS

Venue

Approximately 10km from Darwin CBD.

Transport and Getting Here

There is a dedicated free bus service from various pick-up points in Darwin to the venue, please check back here closer to the event for the full timetable.

There is a free public parking at the venue.

Most major domestic airlines fly into Darwin from capital cities several times a week. Keep an eye out for airfare sales by visiting airlines' websites.

Taxis and buses are available from the airport to travel into Darwin City. Hidden Valley is approximately 10 minutes from Darwin City with tourist attractions, cafes and restaurants also close by. Keep an eye out for free buses to Hidden Valley over the event weekend.

Darwin has a wide range of accommodation options. for more info head to northernterritory.com/plan/accommodation.

Ticketing Information

Tickets will be going on sale soon. Stay tuned for more details.

COVID-19 Event Information

The event will take place in line with an approved COVID-19 Event Safety Management Plan, which will be adapted accordingly as the COVID-19 situation evolves.

Yes. We work closely with the Northern Territory Department of Health to ensure our events follow the latest COVID-19 Protocols. The Merlin Darwin Triple Crown will be delivered in line with an approved COVID-19 Event Safety Plan which will take in the latest health recommendations.

Event organisers encourage attendees to stay COVID Safe by washing their hands as often as possible, keeping a safe distance from others and checking in using the Territory Check In App. To download the app, click

coronavirus.nt.gov.au/stay-safe/check-in-app. https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/stay-safe/check-in-app

Accessibility

We welcome people of all abilities to the Merlin Darwin Triple Crown. For any questions regarding accessibility, get in touch with us via our contact page or at major.events@nt.gov.au.

We offer a dedicated accessible shuttle bus at Hidden Valley for event attendees to get around the venue. Simply ask for our gate staff when you arrive on site and they will be able to call it for you.

Yes, there is an accessible viewing area on the Terraces. We will have maps highlighting this space that can be collected at the gates when you arrive. To receive a copy of the map in advance, contact our team at major.events@nt.gov.au and we can send it to you directly.

What can I bring?

Yes, pack a picnic! Please note you can bring in a bottle of sealed water only or bring an empty bottle and fill up at one of our refill stations. If you're still hungry, we have a great range of catering options available to suit all tastes.

Shade structures, alcohol, glass, illegal substances, fireworks or flares, laser pointers, weapons or resemblance of weapons (including knives, firearms and blunt offensive objects), projectile items (including balls, frisbees, rackets or similar objects), bicycles, skateboards, political or offensive materials, recording devices (for commercial purposes), animals (other than service dogs) and musical instruments or noise makers including drums, whistles, air horns and loud hailer.

Yes, we are encouraging fans to bring their own chairs. Hidden Valley is a natural amphitheatre with plenty of natural and temporary shade throughout the venue.

General Information

Yes, to make sure you don't miss any of the action there are big screens positioned throughout the venue.

Live radio commentary of the racing is available on 96.1FM.

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