Melbourne Motocross, Enduro and Dirt Bike Tracks
Frankston City Motorcycle Park
Frankston City Motorcycle Park is a privately owned motocross track set in a beautiful reserve in Seaford, 40 minutes’ drive from the Melbourne CBD. The site offers safe off-road motorbike riding with tracks graded for three levels: learners, intermediate and advanced. The park provides amateur riders with a quality track on which they can race recreationally. There is a flat loop next to the track so that less experienced riders can get used to the terrain before attempting the full motocross tracks with their difficult whoops, tabletops and other challenges. Lessons are available upon request.
Opening hours: Wednesdays 12 noon to 8pm and Saturdays/Sundays from 10am to 5pm.
Cost: Day ride fees for members range from $10 to $25 depending on the size of the motorbike.
Annual Memberships cost $80 for an individual or $100 for a family.
Day Memberships (for non-members) including ride fee:
· $25 for pee wees
· $30 for 60-130cc
· $30 for 125 4 strokes
· $45 for bikes 250cc and over.
Number of tracks: 5.
Licence requirements: No licences required.
Address: Lot 98, Old Wells Road, Seaford, 3198
(03) 9786 4543
Nunawading and District Motocross Club
Nunawading and District Motocross Club is a family-friendly club only 18 kilometres east of the Melbourne CBD. This club encourages all riders and their families to have a fun and safe riding experience, catering to riders from beginners all the way up to professionals. The track at Nunawading is a dirt bike track with a 1,200-metre motocross circuit with a selection of ruts and tabletops to suit all skill levels. Due to council noise restrictions, the track can only allow bikes ranging from 50cc to 250cc, with 2 and 4 stroke engines. The club runs club races throughout the year with entry open to full annual members only.
Opening hours: Saturdays from 9.30am to 4.30pm (except on race days) and Sundays from 12 noon to 4.00pm (except on rider training days with a 1.00pm start). Please refer to the calendar of events on the club website for updates.
· $7 for Pee Wee/50cc
· $10 for 65cc to under 125cc
· $15 for 125cc to 250cc.
Families are capped at $30.
· $40 for a day membership for non-members (includes your ride fee and allows you to ride the full day).
The cost for club racing varies; see the club website for more information.
Number of tracks: 1 motocross circuit.
Licence requirements: No licences are required.
Address: Corner of Morack Road and Burwood Highway, Vermont, 3133
Track Phone: 03 9887 4788 (During Open Hours)
Park4MX, formerly known as ‘Broadmeadows’, is a professional-grade dirt bike facility that is less than 30 minutes’ drive from the Melbourne CBD. The park has recently been taken over by long-time pro and former MX1 national number two Cheyne Boyd, who has revamped the tracks. By lowering the difficulty of some of the tracks and adding steep lips to the jumps, the park now caters to riders of all levels while possessing a variety of difficult jumps to satisfy experienced riders. The tracks are impressive, with varying terrain and, with earth-moving equipment onsite, the tracks are extremely well maintained. The park is open to the public and coaching is available on site if prearranged.
Opening hours: Thursdays from 12 noon to dusk, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 4pm, and all public holidays from 9am to 5pm.
· $15 for pee wee 70cc
· $20 for 70cc up to 230cc
· $25 for over 250cc.
· $25 for pee wee 70cc
· $30 for 70cc up to 230cc
· $45 for over 250cc.
Annual Memberships are $100 for a single or $120 for a family.
Number of tracks: 4 motocross tracks, including a pro-size motocross track and three tracks for smaller capacity bikes.
Licence requirements: No licences required.
· Canteen (with hot and cold food and drinks).
Address: 434 to 472 Mahoneys Road, Campbellfield, 3061
0400 956 532
Rosebud and District MX Track
The Rosebud and District MX Track is just over an hour from the Melbourne CBD and offers affordable motocross practice. This club was established in 1974, with three euro-style tracks—loamy sand tracks built over a natural terrain layout. The club has added a variety of man-made jumps, tabletops and ruts to each track.
Opening hours: Sundays from 10am to 4pm. During daylight savings months, the tracks are also open Tuesdays from 4.30pm to 7.30pm.
Please note that track opening and closing times may vary at the discretion of the steward of the day.
· $15 for members
· $20 for family of members
· $40 for non-members.
Number of tracks: 3 sand tracks of varying difficulty with man-made obstacles.
Licence requirements: Motorcycling Australia Licences are mandatory.
· Bar area.
Address: Long Point Road, Cape Schanck, 3939
0439 390 016