Getting There

The Castrol EDGE Gold Coast 600 is run on the streets of Surfers Paradise. The track is located at the Northern End of Surfers Paradise, 20 kilometres north of Gold Coast Airport along Gold Coast Highway. 

From Brisbane travel 85 kilometres south of Brisbane Airport along the Gateway Motorway, then Pacific Motorway, then Smith Street Motorway.

Free Public Transport

All Castrol EDGE Gold Coast 600 ticket holders can travel free on public transport to and from the event on G:link Trams, Surfside Buslines and Queensland Rail City Network Services. First services begin on Friday October 24 and run until midnight on Sunday October 26. To travel free all you need is your pre-purchased Castrol EDGE Gold Coast 600 ticket or your official accreditation. Tickets purchased at the gate are only valid for free post-event travel. For more details and to complete your journey planner visit or call 13 12 30.


TransLink bus services provide the Gold Coast with a number of routes, use the Journey Planner to determine your best route onboard Surfside Buslines. 


Queensland Rail trains run at regular intervals and with bus connections from the Helensvale Station into the track, either direct or linking to the G:.

Light Rail

If you are heading from the south the closest station to the venue is Surfers Paradise North, approximately 600 metres from Gate 6 (see precinct map). If you are travelling from the north the closest station is Main Beach, the closest entry is Gate 2, the underpass (see precinct map).

Transport Options


Approx Distance to entry

G-Link Tram Surfers Paradise North Tram Station, Surfers Paradise Boulevard 600m
G-Link Tram Main Beach Tram Station, Gold Coast Highway 200m
Bus Waterways Drive Bus Stop 600m