Kingston Park Raceway - Go Kart Hire

Kingston, Logan City Area

There are four levels of Go Karts and three separate race tracks at Kingston Park, for which varied levels of ability and experience are required. Drivers can enjoy real side by side racing action in real race karts on their 1100 metre international racing circuit.

On the tight and testing Monte Carlo Circuit, drivers can test their skills and race the clock in the new Predator race karts, and for the more accomplished drivers there are the very fast Schumacher Karts on the 1100 metres international standard Le Mans Track.

All karts have diagnostic software, which enables screen displays of race times and race positions during the race. You can also follow the driver's progress on the Kingston Park Raceway App.

In the Go Zone you can play computer games, enjoy the amusements rides and drive Kingston Park's awesome Rookie karts on the purpose built Indy Circuit for the kids.

Snacks and refreshments are also available in the Pit Stop Cafe and don't forget to pack the esky, because you're welcome to bring all that you need and use the barbecue supplied.

At Kingston Park Raceway, there's so much to do you'll want to spend all day!

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearMonday10am - 5pm
Tuesday10am - 5pm
Wednesday10am - 8pm
Thursday10am - 8pm
Friday10am - 10pm
Saturday10am - 10pm
Sunday10am - 5pm

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
20 Mudgee Street
Kingston, Logan City Area
Queensland
Australia

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