Cars gear up for Hill Climb

Classic cars will be seen at the hill climb.

The response from drivers to enter the Noosa Summer Hill Climb has being amazing with entries filling fast.

Noosa Beach Classic Car Club spokeswoman Kate Rider said there was a wide variety of cars already entered, including Australian, American, Italian, French, German, British, Swedish, Japanese and Asian brands.

“All categories of cars are catered for, including historic and contemporary, speed, regularity, racing, sports and touring,“ she said.

“The event, as usual, will be loaded with lots of thrills and action as the cars negotiate the challenging course, and it is sure to

keep you entertained.

There are many spectator areas, many with grandstand seating, for you to catch the action and access the best viewing

vantage points.“

For 2021, spectators can now return to this iconic Noosa Community Event under largely relaxed Covid-19 restrictions

opening up the opportunity for a larger number of attendees.

This event will see the re-introduction of the competition and sponsor commentary over the PA system to provide

spectators with updates.

The shuttle bus from the Noosa Cooroy Road Car Park to entry/ticket gate on Gyndier Drive will be re-introduced for

Saturday and Sunday.

Free guided pit walks will be held on Saturday and Sunday so spectators can meet the drivers and hear about the cars.

Spectators will register at the club tent for a scheduled time.

This year will see the 24th year of racing at the Hill Climb, adding to the rich history the event has enjoyed with drivers putting

themselves and their vehicles to the test as they weave through 1500 metres of bitumen, turning through 14 tight and

moderately sweeping corners.

Taking place from 26-28 November, and promoted and operated by the Noosa Hill Climb, the Hill Climb has been re-focused to run as a major, grassroots motorsport competition.

Hill Climb director Jonathan Carroll said this year’s summer event was supported by a large number of local businesses, which was greatly appreciated.

Formula students will have two of their race cars on display and two of the formula student teachers will putting the race cars into action at the event over the weekend.

Entries for the summer event are open till Wednesday the 23 November.

Tickets for the event can be purchased at or at event entry gate two on Gyndier Drive, Tewantin National Park for $20 for an adult weekend pass, kids under 14 are free.