Supercars To Hit Darwin Streets In Australian First

NT Government

The Lawler Labor Government is delivering bigger and better events every single year.

In an Australian first, Supercars fans will get to witness the full fleet of their favourite race cars cruise the streets of Darwin before they hit the Hidden Valley Raceway.

This brand new event, Track to Town, will see race cars head into Darwin city, park up at Darwin Esplanade before driving these high-powered vehicles back to Hidden Valley. While at The Esplanade the drivers will also do a signing session for fans.

Track to Town will take place on Thursday 13 June from 4pm to 6pm, allowing motorsport enthusiasts to see the iconic Australian Supercars up close and personal featuring Indigenous artworks for the betr Darwin Triple Crown Supercars Indigenous Round.

The popular Night Transporter Convoy returns the night before Track to Town, to rev up the city on Wednesday night. Dozens of B-Double trucks will drive from Hidden Valley, to Palmerston and into the Darwin CBD and back with thousands of people expected to line the streets and cheer on the big rigs.

Celebrations in the Darwin CBD for the Convoy will include a Welcome to Country, face painting and music at Raintree Park. The action kicks off in the CBD from 4pm with the convoy to leave Hidden Valley at 5.45pm and be in the city around 6.50pm.

The betr Darwin Triple Crown Supercars Indigenous Round roars back to Darwin from 14-16 June, to find out more visit here

Quotes attributed to Minister for Major Events, Brent Potter:

“Nowhere else in the country will you see Australian Supercars cruise the streets except for Darwin thanks to our great partnership with the Repco Sueprcars Championship.

“This is such exciting news to build on, from having the only Supercars Indigenous Round born here to now having the first time Supercars do a convoy on the streets in Australia.

“The 2023 Darwin Supercars generated a total expenditure stimulus of $27.6 million of which $21.7 million was new money to the Northern Territory.”

Northern Territory Government

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