Hire Broadford

THE State Motorcycle Sports Complex at Broadford is available to hire for both affiliated motorcycle clubs and private industry.

Broadford is widely recognised as one of the finest facilities in Australia and we offer very competitive rates.

Broadford Hire Process

1. Please email Broadford’s Administration Manager at broadfordadmin@motorcyclingvic.com.au.

2. State the track you would like to hire, list possible dates and give a brief description of the intended use, i.e. corporate hire, track day, coaching, training, etc.,  and a contact phone number.

3. Once your email has been received the Administration Manager will call you to discuss further details.  If your booking is to proceed you will be emailed a Broadford Hire Application Form which you will then fill out and return to broadfordadmin@motorcyclingvic.com.au.

4. After returning the completed Hire Application Form to broadfordadmin@motorcyclingvic.com.au  you will receive a confirmation of your booking by the receipt of a formal Hire Agreement for completion and return together with an invoice for the appropriate amount of deposit or full payment.

Broadford Hire Forms

Broadford Hire Agreement Terms of Conditions

Camping Guidelines & Permit

Number of Riders Form

Broadford Car Club Hire Conditions

Broadford Camping Process

If you wish to take advantage of camping overnight at the Complex, whether that be at the Road Race, MX or Speedway, there is a Camping Fee of $10.00 per person per night.

This gives you access to a non-powered site with the use of toilet facilities and hot and cold water for showers.  The Camping Fee is payable at the Canteen at the particular Track you are attending (Road Race, MX or Speedway).

You will be given a wristband stamped “Camping Permit” and a dot for the windscreen of your vehicle which will identify that you have paid your Camping Fees.  Should a vehicle not display this identification you will be asked to please attend to this payment immediately by a member of the Complex staff.


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