For those who know what Powercruise is all about, I’m sure I don’t need to tell you it’s just the wildest cruisin car show you’ve ever been to. For everyone else, I guess all I can say is get yourself out to the racetrack to check out what all the fuss is about.
Powercruise to the average punter is a car show but to the thousands who have participated over the 9 years that we have been bringing you the fun, will tell you its more than a car show. Powercruise is one of the reasons we build our street machine, hot rods, hi tech imports or what ever your preferred style of car is. This page is designed to answer any questions that you have in regards to being a spectator.
Spectators ( Spectator gates open at 8am Fri, Sat & Sun)
Early Bird Online – At the Gate
4 Day Weekend Camping Pass
Saturday, Sat Night Camping & Sunday Pass
Friday Day Pass
Saturday Day Pass
Sunday Day Pass
Kids 12 & Under
BUY SPECTATOR TICKETS ONLINE – Just click BUY TICKETS button at the top of the page
Powercruise Tickets are only available on the Powercruise Website prior to the event or at the gate on the day. Discounted tickets end 11pm 29th August 2021. You do not have to pre purchase tickets, you can roll up and purchase at the gate (Camping options may not be available on the day – please pre purchase). Kids 12 & Under are FREE all weekend. Cash sales only at the gate – no EFTPOS at the gates sorry.
Powercruise Tickets are only available for purchase through the Powercruise Website or at the Gate on the Day, there are no authorised ticket resellers. No pets allowed sorry
If you are looking for a new way to see Powercruise, then the ViP Spectator Day Pass is for you. (Subject to availability – please contact our office for information).
Please also be aware, that no children are permitted in the top of the tower, also no food and open drinks (bottles with lids ok).
Camping is available at all Powercruise events around Australia. We supply hot showers that are cleaned as often as required which is pretty often considering the large numbers of campers at our events.
However how camping area is limited to set areas, that are open shared camping grounds for camping pass holders only. Please Check the before you get to Powercruise HERE
There are also ample ladies and mens toilets spread around the venue. This includes both demountable building type toilets as well as portable individual toilets for more urgent matters!!. The Camping fee for entrants is additional to any advertised entrants fees. Crew wishing to camp will need to purchase the appropriate ticketing for crew to camp, which is a flat rate whether you are staying for only one or all of the nights.
Check the venue maps for the allocated camping areas please. Some areas are not permitted to have cars in them and some are so please make sure you read the map at the bottom of this page for all the info.
If you are a Powercruise regular, Due to Covid19 restrictions the camping grounds have changed a little and may not be how it used to. Please refer to the map above for updated information
Children under the age of 12 are admitted free with a paying adult. Children 13 years of age and over, but younger than 18 years of age are able to be passengers in vehicles cruising the track with proper paretntal consent. No passengers are allowed in cars on the track during all other events accept the cruise sessions.
Please scroll down to the Passenger Cruising Section for Information and Requirements to be a passenger at Powercruise.
Viewing from Pit Wall – Children are permitted on Pit Wall, however due to safety requirements very young children must have hearing/ear protection (Please bring this with you), and no prams on pit wall. Children cannot stand or be sat on Pit Wall at anytime.
Powercruise offers the option of camping, or as long as you keep your weekend wristband on you can leave to go back to your accommodation each night and come back each day.
From Friday, there will be a number of fast food outlets located at Queensland Raceway. Spectators are permitted to bring their own food and drinks (Non Alcoholic) however please note that glass and alcohol must not be brought into the venue. Powercruise is a no alcohol event and you are not permitted to bring alcohol into the venue, you are not permitted to drink alcohol in the venue and we will not be selling alcohol in the venue. Car and bag checks will be conducted at the venue entry points. Powercruise campers will be allowed to bring small gas BBQs into the campground area.
Please be aware, any alcohol found will be tipped out, we do not hold it for you to collect when you leave, so best to leave it at home…
Free Parking will be available to all Powercruise ticket holders. Camping pass holders will be able to park their car in the venue within the dedicated camping areas surrounding the circuit.
Day pass holders park outside the venue & walk in. Only Entrants and Camping pass holders can drive a vehicle into the venue (subject to space availability & weather)
Queensland Raceway will have all your needs covered from places to grab something to eat and drink to showers and toilets. Refer to the venue map for the location of your need.
Over the weekend there will be hours of cruising, so spectators can jump in their mates car, and cruise the track alongside hundreds of like-minded petrolheads… that’s what Powercruise is about after all… doing all the things you’re not allowed to do anywhere else! However there are a few special requirements all passengers should be aware of…
All passengers who want to get on track in the cruising sessions MUST be at least 13 years of age, have a Powercruise admission ticket to the event and each passenger must have an official Powercruise passenger wristband. Official Powercruise passenger wristbands are available at the Powercruise merchandise stand at the event. All passengers must complete the Powercruise passenger waiver form and pay the $10* passenger fee, once this is done Powercruise staff will issue you a Powercruise passenger wristband. Please read carefully below to ensure you meet the requirements:
Persons 18yrs of age and older must have a valid Powercruise admission ticket to the event, provide Photo ID and fill out and sign the indemnity form, pay the $10* Fee and a Passenger Wristband will be provided. No matter your age, No Photo ID = No passenger wristband.
Persons 13 years of age and over, but younger than 18 years of age must have a valid Powercruise admission ticket to the event, provide Photo ID for themselves, and have a PARENT present to sign the indemnity form on their behalf. Powercruise staff need to sight both the parent’s ID and the child’s photo ID, both must also show the date of birth. Powercruise staff will also request to sight the Medicare Card listing both the Parents and Childs Names as proof of relationship. Powercruise reserve the right to request further identification or documentation if the requirements are not satisfied.
Powercruise staff will only accept the legal parent to sign on behalf of a minor to be a passenger – we cannot accept other family members, step parents, day carers/guardians, neighbours, family friends etc. Passenger wristbands can only be issued on the day at Powercruise. We do not accept notes, letters or permission via phone from parents if they cannot attend – Both the Parent and the Minor must be present at the event at the same time to complete the paperwork under the instruction of a Powercruise Staff Member. Once both the parent and the child have completed and signed the indemnity form and paid the $10* fee, a passenger wristband will be provided.
Persons 12 years of age and younger are unfortunately too young and cannot be a passenger in a vehicle at Powercruise. Admission is Free for Kids 12 & Under
Powercruise Passenger Rules & Requirements are not flexible or negotiable. Passenger Wristbands do not entitle that person to drive. Event Admission is additional to Passenger $10* Fee.
*The Passenger Sign on fee is discounted to $10 for Powercruise Ticket Holders Only (Full Price is $20). Passengers are permitted during the cruising sessions, and at some events, 1 front passenger is permitted in the Burnout events/sessions, this can vary from event to event, please check each events program for more information.
Helmets and safety gear is not required to ride in a car during the cruise sessions, but passengers are required to wear a seatbelt at all times. Events where a passenger in the burnouts is permitted, this person is required to wear all the same safety gear as the driver; which is a helmet, enclosed shoes, and neck to wrist to ankle non flammable clothing. Powercruise strongly recommends anyone who is pregnant, not participate in any on track activities in any way, and to seek their own medical advice. All passengers must be suitably restrained to the satisfaction of Powercruise Staff and Officials. All Passenger Wristbands are issued at the discretion of Powercruise Staff and Powercruise Staff reserve the right to decline or retract passenger wristbands or participation at their discretion at any time. Passenger wristbands must be kept on for the duration of your time at the Powercruise Event. Any cut or tampered wristbands are null and void and will be confiscated without discussion. Passenger Rules & Requirements are subject to change without notice.
Passenger sign on will also be available at the Powercruise Accreditation Office at the event for any parents that are attending just to sign their child up, the accreditation office is located outside the venue so this can be done without parents having to go into the event and pay admission – call Powercruise on 0407 172 413 for more information or if you can’t find the Accreditation Office.
If you have ANY questions about being a Passenger at Powercruise please call us on 0407 172 413 before the event and we’ll be happy to answer your questions