The first track to open at the State Motorcycle Sports Complex was the motocross track and was opened by the then Prime Minister, the Honourable Sir Malcolm Fraser, in 1975.
The Dirt Track was opened in 1988 and the Road Race Circuit a few years later.
Ongoing development of the facility has been paramount to ensure Victoria’s motorcycling community has a first-class sporting complex for newcomers to the sport and a professional area to train potential future champions of the sport.
The State Motorcycle Sports Complex is owned and operated by Motorcycling Victoria and has also hosted the only World Motocross & SuperMoto Grand Prix events to take place in Australia in 2000, 2001 and 2005.
Motorcycling Victoria is well-regarded as a progressive and innovative association, and a sound commercial partner, that networks well with other State Sporting Associations to garner knowledge that enables it to set a high standard within the sporting industry.
Broadford hosts numerous club, state and national-level competitions and recreational events each year that sees participant and spectator numbers in excess of 4000 people at any one event.
Broadford has also previously had the honour of hosting World Championship motorcycling events for motocross and supermoto racing. Each year, the complex hosts the iconic Broadford Bike Bonanza, which is a festival that celebrates classic motorcycle machines and takes place over the Easter long weekend.
Broadford also offers unparalleled opportunities for networking and entertainment for you and your guests. The complex regularly hosts Corporate events and can offer top-notch facilities for road testing larger vehicles such as Four Wheel Drives.