COVID-19: In accordance with the latest Non-Essential Activity Directions issued by the Chief Health Officer, The Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit Visitor Centre and Go Karts will remain closed until further notice.
Phillip Island Go Karts operates on a strict NO drugs or alcohol policy. No driver is to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Drivers must have a 0.00% BAC to drive the Go Karts.
Random breath testing will occur.
Yes, you must have enclosed footwear, clothing that covers your shoulders (no singlets) and no loose clothing items (e.g. scarves)
Yes, we will continue to operate the go karts in most weather conditions, but we do recommend bringing your own rain gear (no plastic ponchos).
No, you can just arrive and drive, however we do take Go Karts bookings for groups of 10 people and above during non-peak periods.
Up to 24 Go Karts can be on the track during each session and 9 Tandem Karts each family session.
To drive the Go Karts you must be 12 years or older and a minimum height of 140cm.
Your child must be 5 years or older, a minimum height of 100cm tall and accompanied by an adult over 18 years of age and at least 140cm tall.
Yes. We have a full drivers briefing that will show you what to do while on the Go Kart track.
We also split the participants into two levels of experience - Family and Open sessions.
To participate in an open session, you must be 16 years of age and above.
For comfort and safety, the Go Karts is not recommended for guests with the following:
- A physical impairment that prevents them using their legs or arms
- Neck or back injuries
- High blood pressure
- Heart conditions
- Recent surgery or illness
Yes, we provide lockers free of charge.