THE NOOSA HILL CLIMB
The Noosa Hill Climb is Australia's Championship Hill Climb Event.
The Noosa Hill Climb is one of the most exciting Hill Climbs in Australia.
Held on 1.5 Km’s of cambered bitumen with a blend of 14 tight and moderately sweeping corners through the National Park.
The two round championships is a point scoring series and competitors will be required to enter both rounds together to qualify for the championship.
Championship Series Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd Outright and 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each Class/Category.
A wide range of makes and models compete including Australian, American, Italian, French, German, British, Swedish, Japanese & Asian.
Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd Outright and 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each Class/Category at each round.
The weekend is loaded with lots of thrills and spills and is sure to keep you entertained. There are many spectator areas, many with grandstand seating, for you to catch the action, with catering provided and a shuttle bus to take you up the track so you can more easily access the best vantage points.
To Celebrate the 25th Anniversary Year we are planning some activities around The Two Hill Climb Events.
Major Sponsor Winter Hill Climb & Key Sponsor Summer Hill Climb
At the Start Line
Rounds Turn 10
Michael Von Rappart:
Outright Record Holder
Information for Competitors can be found below.
- A Racers Clubman license is required in order to compete in the Events
- To apply for a Racers licence go to Racers World by clicking the Button below.
- Entry’s open on the 1st of March
- Entry is via the Racers Portal accessed by clicking the Button below
- For 2022 you have the option of entering each event separately (Winter or Summer) OR entering both events together which makes you eligible for points in the Championship Series
- Further information can be found by clicking the Button below
- The Regulations for the 2022 Winter Event can be accessed by clicking the Button below
- Information on Classes for the 2022 Championship Series can be found in the event regulations
Vehicle Check List
- All Competitors are required to fill out a Vehicle Check List
- This Check List will then be inspected along with your vehicle by a Scrutineer
Event Sign On
There are three options for entrants to sign on for the event.
1) Sign On 24 Hours Prior to Friday of each event using the Racers Sign On App
2) Sign On at Event Sign On Tent on Friday of each event using the Racers Sign On App
3) Sign On at Event Sign On Tent on Friday of each event with assistance from Sign On Staff
Please support our Event Sponsors
Spectator Access & Parking
- Via Gate 1 @ Park Entry on Noosa/Cooroy Road Tewantin, Then Gate 2 on Gyndier Drive, Qld QR Code App Required for Access
- On site at bottom carpark at entry gate 1 at park entry on Noosa/Cooroy Road Tewantin and on Gyndier Drive in the Park, entry via gate 1 on park entry from Noosa/Cooroy Road Tewantin
- $25.00 for a Weekend Pass (Sat & Sun)
- Kids Under 14 Free
- Tickets can be purchased on the day at Entry gate 2 OR online by Clicking the Button below
- NBCCC Members please present your current membership card at Entry Gate 2 for entry
The Noosa Hill Climb is held on Gyndier Drive Tewantin
Below is a selection of Noosa Accommodation providers
The Noosa Hill Climb has attracted such notables as Vern Schuppan, Kevin Bartlett, Dick & Steve Johnson just to name a few.
With such a broad range of makes and models competing such as the Skelta, XU1s, Minis, Fiats, GTs, Jags,
Open Wheel Hill Climb Specials and to many more to mention.
Local Community Programs
Click On the Headings below to read about these great programs supported by the Noosa Hill Climb
Formula Student is a training organisation whose philosophy is designed around the student, not the teacher.
With student-centric classes we are different from other training organisations whose philosphy revolves around teacher-centric programs. Our classes are based on learning while the others are based on teaching.
With this student-centric philosophy as the centrepiece of learning at Formula Student, we believe the student needs to have ownership in their progress and a clear understanding of not just how to do a task but why. On top of this, the learning needs to be relevant and/or useful. I know I don’t like making token items that mean nothing and end up in the bin at the end of the class so why would others be inspired by this out-dated and irrelevant method of learning.
We use motorsport as a base for our learning. Students develop a paradigm of what the end result is early in the course and from there we create a learning pathway for the student to follow to achieve the outcomes expected.
While we use motorsport as a base, the course ISN’T ABOUT motorsport. What it IS ABOUT is engineering pathways. It’s about skills and knowledge development. It’s about developing a familiarity with the engineering discourse, from the language used, to the processes and methods. It’s about students building an understanding of job cards and two-way communication. It’s about building an understanding of quality assurance and how this is achieved. It’s about learning through project work. It’s about being a member of a team. It’s about communicating with others in an informative and accurate way. And they do this by building a full-size race car from scratch!!!….
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Motorsport based learning
Here at Formula Student we believe that students need to be interested in the learning program to enable them to learn. By utilising motorsport as the platform to learning work ready skills utilising engineering practices, students are motivated and able to see practical outcomes to their learning. They learn while enjoying themselves working on a real-world project.
Tactile skills development
Tactile or kinesthetic learners are those who learn through experiencing/doing things. For this reason, tactile learners may become bored more quickly than other students while listening to a class lecture. Tactile learners like to experience the world and act out events. To remember a phone number, tactile learners may remember the pattern of their fingers as they press the numbers. Tactile learners can remember complicated directions once they’ve enacted them out.