About QLD Moto Park

Park hours

QMP and the QMP Moto Cafe is open Thursday – Monday and ALL SCHOOL HOLIDAYS.

About Qld Moto Park – Qmp Opening-Hours &Amp; Qmp Entry Prices
  • Monday 8am – 4pm
  • Tuesday Closed

    8am – 4pm Qld School Holidays only

  • Wednesday Closed

    8am – 4pm Qld School Holidays only

  • Thursday 8am – 4pm
  • Friday 8am – 4pm
  • Saturday 8am – 4pm
  • Sunday 8am – 4pm
  • ALL Qld School Holidays 8am – 4pm

ride rates

qmp entry prices

Save time at check-in – book and pay online before you visit. 

Half-day rates apply after 1pm. Riders must be 4 years and older. Riders under 18 not accompanied by their legal guardian MUST
have a guardianship form filled out and signed by their legal guardian.

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Senior MA
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Senior MA
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Senior NO MA
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Senior NO MA
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(8–15 YRS)
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Junior MA
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Junior MA
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Junior NO MA
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Junior NO MA
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Under 8 MA
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Under 8 MA
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Under 8 NO MA
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Under 8 NO MA
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riding at QMP

What do I need?

To ride at QMP you will need to follow all track rules and have full safety gear including:

Mechanically A1 bike:
– Bar ends and good handlebar grips
– Tighten all wheel spokes
– Frame must have no cracks or fatigue
– No missing guards
– No loose or missing bolts
– 94dB compliant and maintained exhaust system (new muffler packing, no holes in pipe)
– No oil leaks from engine, suspension or anywhere else
Helmet AS/NZS 1698:2006 Minimum Standard Helmet (ESSENTIAL)
Motocross Boots (ESSENTIAL for MX Tracks) or work boots for the trails
Motocross Jersey and Pants (Recommended) – Long sleeve shirt and long pants acceptable
Gloves (Recommended)
Knee Braces or Pads (optional)
Neck Brace and Amour (optional)


book nowtrack rules

safety checklist

before you ride you need:

Long Pants
Long Sleeve Shirt
Arm Band


Frequently Asked Questions

Save time at check-in – book and pay online before you visit. 

Half-day rates apply after 1pm. Riders must be 4 years and older. Riders under 18 not accompanied by their legal guardian MUST
have a guardianship form filled out and signed by their legal guardian.

It’s located at Wyaralong, between Beaudesert and Boonah.

From Brisbane or Ipswich, head towards Boonah, then turn left onto the Beaudesert-Boonah Road. Turn right about 2.5 km onto the brand new Goan Road.

From the Gold Coast or Beaudesert, head along the Beaudesert-Boonah Road and turn left into Goan Road.

QMP is open from Thursdays through till Mondays from 7am to 3pm. On Queensland School Holidays we open 7 days a week from 7am to 3pm. 

Please check our Facebook page for any track closures.

Booking online before arrival is strongly encouraged and will save you time at check-in. Bookings taken at the office incur an administration fee, so booking online also saves you money!

QMP has 4 Senior MX tracks and 3 Junior MX tracks (including a PeeWee track).

An Enuduro X training area is available as well as a FMX Compound (this area has restricted access and is only open certain times).

There’s also 50-60kms of Endurance trails including Junior, Easy, Short, Medium and Hard as well as a trials course.

Check out our Ride page for more info on our tracks.


Anyone over the age of 4 years can ride. The holders of a Motorcycling Australia Licence will receive discounted entry to QMP.

There may be times when QMP is forced to closed.  In this case riders who have booked and paid on line will be issued with a credit to their account.  Depending on the amount of rain – it may be that the MX tracks are closed and the trails remain open for riding.  Please check our Facebook page for track updates. Please note, once you have made use of the facilities you are not entitled to a credit. You can read our Refund Policy here.

The park does cater for Quads when sufficient numbers are in attendance. On all other days, Quads may not have access to the whole facility.

Yes, unpowered campsites sites are available for just $5 per person, per night. Firewood and ice are available for purchase from the office. You can find out more about camping at QMP here.

Unfortunately no. All dogs regardless of size or temperament are banned from all Motorcycling Australia venues.

There is no fee for spectators, QMP encourages non riding family and friends to enjoy the day out together. 

No credits will be issued to riders due to mechanical failure on their bikes – it is the responsibility of the rider to ensure their bike is mechanically sound. You can read our Refund Policy here.

The land is owned by the Queensland Government. The park infrastructure has been paid for by the Queensland Government, the South-East Queensland Council of Mayors and Motorcycling Queensland. Motorcycling Queensland is the operator of the park.

Depending on when you want to hire parts of the facility, yes. Please contact us for further details.  

more 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.

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.

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