Opened in 1975, Broadford Road Circuit is 2.16 kilometres long, with the Hill Climb Track running reverse direction on all but turn 1. A technical venue with off camber and blind corners. Boasting race track grade hot mix, this venue has one of the best quality surfaces on the Victorian Hill Climb Calendar. The venue is conveniently located just off the Hume Hwy at Broadford.

LOCATION: Broadford-Flowerdale Road, Broadford

CAR CLUB: Phillip Island Auto Racing Club

WEBSITE: www.piarc.com.au




Bryant Park is arguably the finest permanent hill climb venue in Australia. The 1400-metre circuit can be used in a variety of configurations and has hosted the Australian Hill Climb Championships three times in 2009, 2011 and 2016 . The venue includes a modern club room, competitor garages, scrutiny bay, sealed competitor car park , trailer park and several spectator areas.

LOCATION: Bill Schulz Drive, Yallourn

CAR CLUB: Gippsland Car Club

WEBSITE: www.gippslandcarclub.com.au



In 2016 the Eastern Park Hillclimb Venue was opened first time. The Hill Climb in Eastern Park gives us a traditional road-based hill climb through the wonderful trees and vistas of the park. A great spot for the purists and a chance to see even more classic vehicles in action! This venue is utiliased as a part of the Geelong Revival Motoring Festival.

LOCATION: Eastern Park Circuit, Geelong

CAR CLUB: Geelong Motor Sport Club

WEBSITE: www.gmsc.com.au




DECA, which stands for Driver Education Centre Australia has multiple locations across Victoria. The Shepparton facility is the home to the Twin Peaks of Shepparton. The track is know for its 2 man made chicanes and long sweeper leading on to the back straight. DECA provides plenty of challenges dispute the venue having the least change in altitude on the Victorian Hill Climb Calendar.

LOCATION: 145 Wanganui Road, Shepparton

CAR CLUB: Shepparton District Car Club

WEBSITE: www.sheppartondistrictcarclub.com




Mt Leura, meaning "big nose" in local aboriginal dialect, is a 313-metre hill which is part of a larger inactive volcanic complex. The venue has hosted the Australian Hill Climb Championship three time in 1949, 1985 and 1997. A fast unforgiving venue with long straights and a "cutting"  at turn 4 which is reminiscent of Bathurst.

LOCATION: Mt Leura Road, Camperdown

CAR CLUB: Ballarat Light Car Club

WEBSITE: www.blcc.net.au




One Tree Hill is a hill climb venue that is steeped in tradition. One Tree Hill is fast, free flowing and complex. The venue is know for its long straight leading away from the start line to a single man made chicane. One Tree Hill has hosted the Australian Hill Climb Championship twice in 1981 and 1993.

LOCATION: One Tree Hill Road, Ararat

CAR CLUB: Ararat Car Club

WEBSITE: www.araratcarclub.com.au




The origins of Rob Roy date back to 1935, one of the oldest still operating Hill Climb venues in the world. The venue is know for its fast straight over the causeway and up the short steep rise (The Wall) to a blind left corner (Skyline). The Australian Hill Climb Championship has been hosted at Rob Roy 8 times, 1938, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953.

LOCATION: Clintons Road, Smiths Gully

CAR CLUB: MG Car Club Vic

WEBSITE: www.mgcc.com.au/robroy