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Go Karting in Brisbane | Locations for Go Kart Racing Fun for Kids!

Start your engines! With heaps of go kart tracks in Brisbane, your kids will have the time of their lives racing around the tracks. They’ll leave the centre with the adrenalin pumping, their confidence boosted and a new set of driving skills they never imagined they’d have at such a young age. 

Here’s our pick of the best go karting Brisbane locations have to offer – don’t forget to check out their birthday party packages where offered too; they make great birthday party venues for kids!

Slideways Go Karting Brisbane

Slideways takes indoor go karting to another level! This unique experience is guaranteed to have you smiling as the track allows you to drift and get slideways. The track is 425 metres in length and is two storeys high! No matter your skill level, you’ll have heaps of fun. This is the only indoor go karting Brisbane offers, so be sure to check it out!

Drivers must be over 7 years old and be a minimum 120cm tall. Two races will cost you $72 per person and there’s other packages available.

Location: 8700 Kingsford Smith Drive, Eagle Farm

Website: Slideways Go Karting Brisbane

Kingston Park Raceway

Feel the rush of speed as you race the outdoor tracks of the new Kingston Park Raceway. Located just 30 minutes south of Brisbane in Logan City, experience a 1100 metre international standard circuit. Check out the ‘Formula Fun Karts’ package for kids aged 10+ which includes a two-hour session with four races from just $75 per person.

Location: 20 Mudgee Street, Kingston

Website: Kingston Park Raceway

You can get discounted entry into Kingston Park Raceway here

Big Kart Track

Get your adrenaline pumping at Australia’s largest outdoor commercial track. At 1.2km long and 8 metres wide, this Sunshine Coast track is an easy drive from Brisbane. Big Kart Track isn’t just karts, they are host to Pit Stop Café for all your favourite munchies and drinks needs. They also have barbecue facilities with great views of the racetrack and arcade games for when you’re not racing.

To drive on the Big Kart Track drivers must be a minimum of 12 years old and 152cm tall. We love the Kids Track for solo drivers aged over 7 years of age, tandem karts are also available for children between 3-6 years old when accompanied by an adult. Prices range from $45-$75 for the Big Kart Track and are approximately $20 for the Kid’s Track.

Location: 2310 Steve Irwin Way, Landsborough

Website: Big Kart Track

Xtreme Karting

Check out Xtreme Karting in Pimpama for a track that’ll keep you on your toes! Totalling 1.6km of track, zoom through a combination of curves and hairpin turns linked by long sweeping straights. Your heart will be racing at Xtreme Karting, the fastest karting circuit in Australia.

The minimum age to race the Dirt Karts is 7, with the remainder requiring the driver to be 14 years or older. Pricing is upwards of $45 depending on how many races you choose to complete.

Location: 540 Pimpama Jacobs Well Road, Pimpama

Website: Xtreme Karting

Game Over

This epic indoor Gold Coast track has the best karting experience anywhere in Australia! Race the high-speed electric go karts and live out your Mario Kart dreams with the ability to use a booster button. Offering options for everyone, Game Over has Junior Race Karts for 7-12 years old, Storm Race Karts and Super Karts for those 13+ and even Duo Karts for drivers 18+ with passengers aged 4 and over.

A single race starts at $39 with options to compete in up to 4 races at $119.

Game Over also has Virtual Reality, Laser Tag and Clip ‘n Climb.

Location: 88 Siganto Drive, Helensvale

Website: Game Over

We hope you enjoy all of the best go kart racing Brisbane and the surrounding areas have to offer! For more great days out around Brisbane, click here.

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Joanne Crane

Joanne loves speaking directly to people of all ages through the medium of writing, sharing tips and knowledge for families and kids to help everyone get the most out of life. Her focus is on the development of resilience, confidence and independence in children, and on helping families engage and create lasting memories. Self-esteem, self-respect and self-worth are vital skills that Joanne believes children need to learn early to help them grow as adults.

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