Camping Terms & Conditions

Winton Motor Raceway (“the Venue”) is operated by Winton Motor Raceway Pty Ltd (“the Operator”). The designated campground area (“the Campground”) will be determined and identified by the Operator.


Winton Motor Raceway (“the Venue”) is operated by Winton Motor Raceway Pty Ltd (“the Operator”). The designated campground area (“the Campground”) will be determined and identified by the Operator.


  • Patrons must present appropriate identification, a valid campground armband and event ticket, when applicable, to gain entry into the Campgrounds
  • Campground gates into the circuit will be locked between 6pm and 7am, the only access out will be via Wattle Creek Road
  • All instructions and directions relating to any terms and conditions and/or campground rules, whether communicated by the Operator, security and/or police must be strictly adhered to at all times. This includes anything that has been considered unacceptable, unsafe or reduces the comfort or the event experience generally for other patrons


  • To gain access to the campground you must wear a campground armband at all times
  • Allocated sites only are suitable for drive in camping
  • Camp setups are to be minimal and contained within a 6m x 8m zone
  • Campsites are restricted to a maximum of 8 people. Larger group booking can be arranged by contacting the office
  • Campsite numbers are limited and allocated on a first in first served basis by the Operator
  • Campsites cannot be booked for vehicle parking purposes
  • The sites do not have access to water or power, and we recommend you make appropriate provisions if required
  • Please ensure campsites are left in an acceptable state, free from rubbish and personal items when departing the campground
  • Children must remain under the responsible supervision of an adult or guardian at all times
  • Please ensure that all valuable items are secured; no responsibility will be taken for lost or damaged personal property


  • Orderly conduct is expected at all times and it is the expectations of the Operator to avoid any conduct which would threaten the safety or enjoyment of other patrons or staff
  • Authorized persons will enforce eviction from the venue for any disorderly conduct and other misbehaviour at their discretion including the VIP camping grounds
  • Do not climb on any structure
  • Do not enter racetrack grounds within the lock out period
  • Damage to any property or the uprooting or damaging any trees or shrubs is not permitted
  • The use of rope or bunting to create segregated areas other than that arranged by the Operator is not permitted
  • Blocking of thoroughfares is strictly prohibited
  • Beware of slippery ground conditions
  • Beware of snakes
  • Report any hazards to the Operator Management
  • Deposit all litter in the bags and receptacles provided


  • Tents must not be erected prior to the Campground opening times
  • No tents or marquees that require construction by external hire companies are permitted

24hr access to toilets will be available. All amenities will be cleaned throughout event times and any emergency after hours hazards or cleaning issues can be reported to the site manager on 03 5760 7100


  • Vehicles may be subject to a comprehensive search by the WMR Staff and Security for contra banned items including weapons, alcohol, illicit drugs, fireworks, unregistered vehicles and other articles referred to in the conditions of entry and campground rules
  • All unregistered vehicles are strictly prohibited within the campgrounds. This includes minibikes, monkey bikes, electric scooters etc
  • Unregistered competition vehicles must be parked outside the camping area either in a booked garage/carport or carpark
  • Working on vehicles in the camping area is not permitted at any time
  • Winton Motor Raceway is classified as a public area and road rules apply. Anyone ignoring the road safety rules may face fines or prosecution

First aid services are available, this is subject to change and subject to the requirements of the event at the time. Not all events require First Aid Officers to be present, however our onsite caretaker is on call and can be contact on 0447 756 810

In the case of an emergency evacuation stay calm and listen to instructions of WMR Management. All camping equipment and vehicles are to be left in the camping area until the area is deemed safe

Vehicles engines are not permitted to be in operation between 10pm and 7am.  Camping area to have no noise after 10:00pm

Generators are permitted and an adult must be present at all times the generator is in use. Fuel for generators must be properly stored and not in tents or structures. Spare fuel that is being stored is restricted to 10L per site. Fuel can be purchased on site between 8am-4pm. Re-Fuelling is only permitted whilst the generator is turned off. Excessively noisy generators are not permitted

To assist with keeping the campgrounds as clean as possible all rubbish must be placed in rubbish bags and sealed. Please leave all full rubbish bags in the bins provided for collection


  • Patrons must comply with all Total Fire Ban days and declared Fire Danger Season.
  • BBQ’s are permitted for cooking provided they are within a contained structure and an adult must be present at all times
  • The use of gas bottles is permitted. (Must be free of rust, corrosion and dents and must display relevant stamp indicating the date last tested – within the last 10 years)
  • All Fires must be contained in a Fire Drum. Open Campfires and log fires are strictly prohibited. Some Fire drums are available on site
  • Candles are not to be lit within tents and structures


  • Weather warnings will be posted on the Bureau of Meteorology website
  • If severe wind and/or rain is expected, please ensure that all loose materials are made secure


  • Tents and other structures used solely for camping
  • Closed flame BBQ
  • Gas Bottles
  • Portable Coolers (Esky, Coleman, Yeti, etc) 


  • Any unregistered vehicle
  • Any glass (excluding sunglasses, binoculars and prescription glasses)
  • Any fireworks or flares
  • Any electronic devices which may interfere with communications or broadcasting signals
  • Any animals or pets, other than guide dogs (to be approved prior to arrival)
  • Any advertising banner, sign, poster or any promotional material marked on a tent
  • Aerial Drones
  • Any weapons
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