2023/2024 Track Calendar

The 2023/24 AusCycling track calendar is jam-packed with racing opportunities at all levels across indoor and outdoor velodromes around Australia.

The bulk of the AusCycling Track National Championships schedule returns to Anna Meares Velodrome in Brisbane, Queensland for another year as part of the Brisbane Cycling Festival.

The 2024 AusCycling Track National Championships launch a month of track from March 1-5, followed by the 2024 AusCycling Junior Track Nationals from March 13-17, and finally the 2024 Masters Track National Championships from March 16-20.

The 2024 AusCycling Para-cycling Track National Championships have been moved to an earlier date of December this year in Melbourne to accommodate the scheduling of the 2024 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships.

It's those 2024 Para-cycling Track Nationals that serve as the star-studded opening act to a massive week of racing at Melbourne's DISC Velodrome, centred around the Quest Ivanhoe 126th Austral Wheelrace and the crowning of elite national champions for 2023 in the Madison and omnium.

The 2023/24 AusCycling Junior Track Series rolls onto the boards at Sydney's Dunc Gray Velodrome in November, with Round 2 to be held in Melbourne as part of the Austral event in December. Round 3 of the series will be held in in the opening months of 2024 in Adelaide

Across the country, a number of iconic events feature, including the TasCarnivals, Bendigo International Madison, Quest Ivanhoe 126th Austral Wheelrace, Westral Wheelrace, Sydney Cup, Sydney 1000, and Bundaberg Cycling Spectacular.

Use the menus below for more details on individual events, including entry portals.

AusCycling Track Calendar 2023 and 2024


2023/24 AusCycling Track Calendars

Series Details

New to the NSW and ACT track season is the Country Track Series:

New to the NSW and ACT track season is the Country Track Series:


Frequently asked questions

All events require an AusCycling All Disciplines Membership to compete.  

The Junior, Elite, and Para Track National Championships require qualification through a state/territory team.  The Elite and Para Championships permit international riders to compete, as individuals, should they meet the entry requirements. 

A number of events may also be invite-only.  Check with the organiser or the event entry for further details.

The Madison National Championships will be an invite-only event for all categories. 

The Omnium National Championships are an open entry for all categories.  If there are more than 24 entries qualification may be required. 

If you have any specific questions or need more information please contact [email protected] 

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