Start marking your calendar now for moments of heart pumping action.
The annual Noosa hill climb, The Hill, of the Historic Racing Car Club of Queensland is coming back November 7 and 8, 2015 in the scenic Gyndier Drive, Tewantin,from Noosa to Cooroy Road.
Now on its 18th event, The Hill has already been making history as one of the leading hill climb events in Australia. In fact, famous people such as Vern Schuppan, Steve Johnson, and Kevin Bartlett are aficionados of this exciting event.
Starting from 8am to 4pm, a wide diversity of car models will be competing in the event like XU1s, Fiats, GTs, Skeltas, Jags, and Open Wheel Hill Climb, among others, so you should get yourself ready to be caught in awe during the event.
Guests can access the start and main pit area via entering the bottom of Gyndier Drive, the Finish Line via its top, and the spectator areas via a trail amidst the bush. If one wants to get close to the cars and talk to their drivers, guests are allowed to go to the Pits.
Tickets will be available at the event gates for $15 for a weekday ticket and $20 for a weekend ticket. Kids under 14 years old are free of charge.
Make the most of your stay in Noosa by getting a Noosa family holiday accommodation.
Noosa Tropicana is elegantly located within the tropical gardens in Noosa. It has a swimming pool and a barbecue area which are both perfect for some unwinding moments with your mates. If you have a car, there’s a safe car parking area available, so you don’t have to worry about your vehicle.
Our units are all fully furnished and all your needs are taken care of. Our Noosa holiday apartments have air conditioned lounge areas, ceiling fans, flat screen TVs both in the living rooms and master bedrooms, spacious kitchens with modern cooking wares, laundry facilities, and cosy interiors. You can also choose a unit with rooftop spa if you want an exclusive roof deck with a therapeutic heated spa to keep you at peace and relaxed at the same time.
Book to Noosa Tropicana by visiting http://noosatropicana.etourism.net.au/.
Image Source : Historic Racing Car Club