News 4 Oct 2017

Sydney Indoor MotoX Park makes further steps in development

Multi-million dollar project submits plans to Blacktown City Council.

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The proposed Sydney Indoor MotoX Park has lodged its construction plans to the Blacktown City Council, where developers are endeavouring to introduce Australia’s very first indoor motocross complex alongside the Eastern Creek International Karting Raceway precinct.

The multi-million dollar project is slated to host a 12,000 square metre facility, which will be housed in a revolutionary, climate controlled, air-filled membrane dome, which has been specially constructed in the United States.

“We have left no stone unturned in the lead up to submitting the plans,” said developer Mattew Bartolo. “The Australian design standards are some of the most stringent in the world, so we had to adjust some of our original plans. Our engineers in the dome construction are the best at what they do, so they have been patient and diligent in assisting us to get the information we need.”

“All the way along, Blacktown City Council have been extremely supportive of the project and we have ensured they were informed of where we were at since announcing Sydney Indoor MotoX Park in May. From Mayor Stephen Bali down through his planners and staff, they have been fantastic support.”

Sydney Indoor MotoX Park will boast three separate racetracks that can operate independent of each other. They are being designed by a yet to be named internationally renowned motocross track constructor.

Operating in line with the karting facility from 9:00am to 9:00pm daily, a cafe, retail outlet and stadium style seating for up to 6,000 spectators will all be part of the park.

It will cater for varying skill levels from entry-level juniors right through to professional motocross racers looking for the edge on the competition. Additional information on the facility was released earlier this year in May.