Tasmanian Off Road Race Tracks

Three Off Road Race Tracks in Tasmania

Three main race tracks operate in Tasmania each year

  1. Latrobe Offroad Circuit - ten minutes from Devonport in the North West
  2. Kellevie Circuit - 30 minutes from Hobart in the South
  3. St Helen's Sand Circuit - on the East Coast of Tasmania

Latrobe Offroad Circuit

Latrobe Off Road Circuit

The Latrobe Off Road facility is adjacent to and part of the Latrobe Speedway complex, on Speedway Road just off the Bass Highway.
It is a short course, just 2.1 kms long with three table top jumps, long sweeping curves as well as tight ones. The track surface is a mix of clay and cinders which can pose a challenge when wet. Most of the track including two of the jumps can be seen from the spectator area.

Kellevie Circuit

Kellevie Off Road Circuit

The Kellevie 300 Circuit is on private property on Tasmania’s southern peninsula near Copping. The course is regarded as Tassie’s toughest and is approximately 6.5 kms in length and straddles the Carlton River.
This bush terrain circuit winds up around two sugarloaf shapped mountains and includes two bridge crossings, two river crossings, some tight and twisty turns in amongst the trees, a couple of jumps in front of the spectators and also some fast running on the straights.
Most of the circuit can be seen from the spectator arena.

St Helen's Sand Circuit

Peron Dunes, St Helens

One of the last remaining sand endurance circuits, the 5km St Helens track is located on Tasmania’s beautiful east coast. Every year the prevailing winds change the face of the circuit offering new challenges.

The track is marked out in an area set aside for recreational use and is split evenly between a super quick beach run before turning back for home through the dunes.
Spectacular airborne antics off the top of the dunes thrill the crowd who line the hills adjacent to the start / finish line.

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