FAQS

Dates and location

The 2024 betr Darwin Triple Crown will run from 14 – 16 June.

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. The full schedule can be found here.

There is plenty of free public parking at Hidden Valley.

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.

Darwin is quite compact and easy to get around. Taxis, a shuttle bus and rideshare services are available for the airport, and e-scooters and e-bikes are available in the city. Hidden Valley is a 10-minute drive from the city, and a free bus service runs to the venue during the event.

There are options to suit all budgets. Visit www.tourismtopend.com.au or http://northernterritory.com/plan/accommodation to find the right one for you.

Ticketing Information

Tickets on sale on now! Click here to secure your spot.

We have a wide range of shared and private hospitality suites, offering a variety of food and drink options with amazing track views. Click here for more information on these packages..

Accessibility

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

Tickets are available at Ticketmaster here, or call Ticketmaster on 1300 446 925 or send a request via the following link - https://help.ticketmaster.com.au/hc/en-au/requests/new?ticket_form_id=360000116133

The betr Darwin Supercars is proud to be partnering with the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Initiative this year. Sunflower lanyards will be free and available to collect from our event champion information booths. Sunflower lanyards assist with easy identification with staff and security for the purpose of accessing assistance at the event. The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower information booth will be situated onsite within the Infield.

Yes. Australian Companion Cards are accepted for general admission tickets at the gate when attending with a paying guest who requires assistance. Present your card at the gate.

Yes. Approved assistance animals are accepted.

Dedicated parking bays are available at Gate 3. Please show your Australian Disability Parking Scheme badge to the traffic controllers.

Yes, all buses on the timetable have low-floors. See the schedules here.

All gates have wide lanes and are accessible. 

Accessible bathrooms are marked on the map here.

An accessible shuttle bus operated by Carpentaria is available by contacting event control. There are also dedicated accessible buggies operated by our event champions at Gate 3.

Two accessible viewing platforms are highlighted on our map.

Event Champions in high visibility vests are available to help. Event champions have direct communications with event control who can assist with any questions, concerns or emergencies.

Event champions have direct contact with the bus company to ensure getting onto the bus is an easy process.

Email us at Major.Events@nt.gov.au or call (08) 8999 5256.

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.

Yes, but please note this is a LOUD event, so we recommend you kit them out with some kind of ear protection!

General Information

All lost and found at the event will be with the champions at Gate 3. After the event all lost and found items will be handed into the Mitchell Street Police Station.

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