The site map for this year’s national championships is now available and it clearly indicates where you can set up for the week. But please note, moving day is Monday March 19, and there will be no early bird entry.

Riders, parents, coaches and supporters in the final stages of preparation for this year’s BMX Australia National Championships can now make a plan of where they will park themselves at the Bunbury BMX Club.

The BMXA National Championships runs from Monday March 19 through to Sunday March 25.

The site map for this year’ event is available online, as is a detailed document outlining the allocation of spectator space around the regional club’s track. Importantly, information on state spectator space and public spectator space has been clearly defined.



The precinct map also indicates where parking is available, the location of food vendors, pit tents and what is available in the event village. A big screen will also be in the village, which means you can stay up-to-date with the action when someone you know isn’t on track.

Please carefully note the following considerations when viewing the site map and spectator space allocation:

  • STATE SPECTATOR SPACE: (trackside), which is marked as ‘public spectator space on the map’ (please refer to spectator space allocation for more detail) has limited space.
    • Weather protected marquees will be provided
    • No other marquees to be erected
    • Space is limited and allocation has been made based on the number of riders from each state attending the event.
  • PUBLIC SPECTATOR SPACE: Marquees may ONLY be erected in the public spectator spaced indicated by number 18 on the site map.
    • Any marquees placed inside the track precinct will receive an immediate notification for removal.
    • A spectator platform is available on the first straight for viewing of the event.
  • DISABLED VIEWING POINT: Disabled visitors will be able to access the viewing platform on the first straight via an access ramp.
  • ARRIVAL TIME TO SET UP: Spectators may put up their marquees in designated areas from Monday March 19 at 9am.
    • Entry will not be permitted prior to this time.
    • A marquee/equipment drop-off area will be provided in the Hay Park Sports Pavilion car park on Monday March 19 and Tuesday March 20. Once equipment has been dropped off, cars must park in the public car park.


Parking costs $2.00 per vehicle, per day and the funds will be going back to a local community group.

To access parking please follow these directions:

  • Access is near the South West Sport Centre via Parade Rd only
  • The Washington Ave end of Rotary Ave will be closed for the duration of the event.
  • VIPs and officials must display a car parking pass on the dashboard for admission to the VIP car park
  • Disabled parking will be available in the VIP car park.

Should you have any questions regarding the above information, please email