The Venue

Below will provide you will all the key information you need to know about Hidden Valley Motorsport Complex along with your site location.

In 2018, we have introduced a new zoning map applicable to all sites within Merchandise Alley. This may mean a site you have previously retained may not continue. NTMEC reserves all rights for the final placement of all sites.

2018 Merchandise Alley Zoning Map

Tack Crossing

Track Crossing is a hub of of activities, catering and bars spectators walk through when entering the venue through the main gate. Those holding a site at Track Crossing will be required to operate all three days of the event from 7am until the conclusion of the on track program. Catering sites who are positioned at Track Crossing will be issued a CP9 car pass which will allow them to park in a back of house space directly behind them. To access CP9 you will be required to enter the venue from Hidden Valley Road, Gate 4. Vehicle access throughout the day is not restricted in and out of Gate 4, however you will be unable to take your vehicle to the other side of the Venue.

Merchandise Alley

Merchandise Alley is the gateway to the venue for all spectators who are arriving at the event through public transport, it is also the pathway to access the Pit Paddock. Merchandise Alley operates all three days of the event and is the hub for race fans to purchase merchandise and souvenirs. Sites operating within Merchandise Alley will be provided with a CP2 car pass which is positioned directly behind Merchandise Alley. Access to CP2 will be via Entrance B, Marlows Road. All sites located in Merchandise Alley will be require to operate from the following times;

Friday - 9:30am
Saturday - 7:30am
Sunday - 7:00am

The Venue

Other locations around the venue include, The Valley Mound, The Hill, Track Centre and Children's Area. Within these areas a viewing locations, catering and bars to further enhance the customer experience.

Hidden Valley is a big venue and remembering all the gates and entry points is tricky. But it is your responsibility and obligation as a stall holder to understand your restrictions and areas of access.