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July 6 


Event starts in...

Burnouts at The Bend inaugural event

6 July 2024
Dragway at The Bend
Tailem Bend, SA

Gates open 9AM
Burnouts start 10AM 


For the first time ever, burnouts will take centre stage at Burnouts At The Bend, July 6th where Australia’s best burnout competitors will descend onto the world class Burnout Pad! An action-packed day of tyre-thrashing skids and smoke shows galore awaits the whole family.


With a guaranteed $15k prize pool, this event is one not to be missed!

More details to come.


Your General Admission ticket allows access to unreserved terrace seating, pit area and grassed mounds. Enjoy the coliseum-style stadium viewing as the burnout kings and queens emerge into the arena to do battle. Whether you are on the Western or Eastern side of the Dragway, enjoy an unrestricted view of the nonstop action around the pad. Don't miss out on being part of this exceptional sensory experience! Kids 12 & under FREE at the gate, no ticket required.




Experience racing in comfort with our convenient on-site accommodation options. Whether you prefer the luxury of a 4-star Rydges Pit Lane hotel or the cozy charm of our Deluxe Villas or Cabins, we have something for every visitor.


Choose from a range of options including powered and unpowered sites, as well as camping facilities if you prefer to be closer to nature.


Don't miss a moment of the thrilling racing action - stay with us and immerse yourself in the excitement.


Lunch & Dinner bookings 

Make a reservation at APEX Bar x Dining for lunch and/or dinner for your desired time. Spots are limited.

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Travelling from interstate? Are you in search of a little more? We have you covered!

Extend your holiday and explore all of the amazing things South Australia has on offer, or take it a step further with South Australia's own TRIP PLANNER.

Did you know, that Australia has one of the longest rivers in the world? At over 2500km long The Mighty Murray River flows from the border of NSW and VIC all the way through South Australia and into the Great Australian Bight.


Get to know the Murray River.

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