About Motorcycling Queensland

Motorcycling Queensland (MQ), affiliated with the national body of Motorcycling Australia, is the controlling body for motorcycling sport and recreation in Queensland. MQ currently has in excess of 7,000 licence holders, over 300 venues and nearly 100 affiliated clubs.

MQ helped to develop Queensland Moto Park, and now manages the day-to-day operation of the park.

Established in 1924, MQ issues competitive and recreational licences which allow riders to compete or participate in recreational motorcycling events. MQ also has almost 100 affiliated clubs and provides permits to these clubs to conduct events.

In 2009, MQ relocated to a brand new premises in the Ipswich CBD (see below). The new building is a major milestone and provides office space and a training room which is used for seminars and training programs for licenced riders, coaches and officials.

MQ licences and permits provide a range of benefits including:
Insurance, a calendar of events, a monthly eNewsletter and access to quality tracks, venues and professionally run events.

MQ is responsible for:

- Issuing licences to riders, competitors and volunteers;
- Issuing permits to clubs and promoters to conduct events;
- Affiliation and insurance cover for clubs and participants;
- Conducting training programs for volunteers (Officials & Coaches);
- Communicating with members;
- Establishing the yearly calendar of events in Queensland;
- Working with clubs, promoters, park owners and the State Government on motorcycling issues.

If you own a motorcycle and are keen to take your riding to the next level, we can put you in touch with a local club and issue a licence which allows you to ride at a wide range of events. Motorcycling Queensland licence holders, clubs and participants are provided with insurance cover and are kept up to date with events in and around your area.

The national body for motorcycle sport and recreation is Motorcycling Australia (MA), based in Melbourne, Victoria.



 QMP is a family friendly venue and visitors are asked to be respectful of other visitors and staff.

We have zero tolerance of drunken, drug-affected, rude, socially unacceptable or violent behaviour.