Kingston Park Raceway

Kingston

Put the pedal to the metal at Australia's largest public karting complex - Kingston Park Raceway.

Open daily, Kingston Park guarantees one hell of a day out with more than 100 go-karts and three race tracks suitable for all age groups. Kids aged 5-10 can race rookie karts (single and dual) around the Indy track with banked corners; while  tweens and teens can kick it up a gear with Formula and Predator karts raced on the 605 metre Monte Carlo track.

Kingston Park Raceway.

Adrenaline junkies (ages 16+) can get their fix on Kingston Park's Le Mans Circuit - an 1100 metre, international standard race track with challenging chicanes, hairpin corners, sweeping bends and fast straights - with Schumacher karts, equipped with high-tech electronic timing, able to reach top speeds of 80kph.    

Kingston Park Raceway.

Besides karting for kids, Kingston Park offers amusements - jumping castle, super slide, scrambler and simulator rides - mini-golf and a games room.

Take your own esky with barbecues, pergolas and picnic tables provided or enjoy something to eat and drink from the trackside Pit Stop Cafe.  

For more information and other great things to do and see in the City of Logan click HERE

By Deb Lidster

Kingston Park Raceway

20 Mudgee St

Kingston 

Sun-Tue 10-5

Wed-Thu 10-9

Fri-Sat 10-10

3826 2222

Map

20 Mudgee St Kingston

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