4770 Braidwood Road
Goulburn (in Tirrannaville 10km South of Goulburn)
New South Wales
Tel (02) 4822 2811
One of New South Wales's premier motor racing circuits, Wakefield Park is located near Goulburn, between Sydney and Canberra, and opened in 1994. The circuit is named after Tim Wakefield, and has hosted the Fujitsu V8 Supercars Series, the Australian Superbike Championship, the Australian Motor Racing Series, drifting, as well as state and club level racing. The circuit is open every weekend and most weekdays throughout the year. There are races or private track bookings available most weekends.
The general public are always welcome and can drive their own car on the circuit by booking onto "Speed off the Street Days". Alternatively you can experience the thrill of a V8 Supercar (either riding alongside a professional or driving it yourself), when booked in advance (check the Events Calendar for scheduled days). The onsite cafe is open to the public every day, regardless of a private or public track day booking.
Wakefield Park operates under a CAMS National Circuit Licence, AASA and also under the Department of Sport and Recreation permit scheme. There are no trees or natural obstacles near the track. Safety is paramount and ripple strips, tyre walls and gravel traps have been positioned so as to make Wakefield a very safe circuit on which to run any type of racecar, production car or motorcycle. The track was resurfaced by its new owners, Winton Motor Raceway, in late 2007.
The track has three circuit configurations licensed by the NSW Department of Sport and Recreation, CAMS, and Motorcycling NSW Inc and Australian Karting Association Inc. There is also a hill climb course located here. In October 2000, after extensive track improvements and enhancements, Wakefield Park hosted a round of the TOCA 2 Litre Super Touring Car championships. The 2000 2 Litre Super Touring Car championship leader Paul Morris quoted Wakefield Park as "the best short track circuit in Australia today".