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Located only 1.5 hours from Sydney or Canberra, Pheasant Wood Circuit is a one-of-a-kind Motorsport facility catered to all racing enthusiasts.

Boasting a wide, beautiful, and undulating track surrounded by traditional Australian bushland, with multiple viewing platforms for close spectating.

Come to test or practice your skills, ride, learn, or hire the track for a private function.

Learn the essential skills for road safety, and put yourself first at Pheasant Wood Circuit.

Learner Driver Program

We at Pheasant Wood passionately believe in the philosophy that all drivers should be confident and relatively capable behind the wheel before venturing into the traffic for the first time.

Learning to drive can be daunting for both parent and teenager, that’s why our Learner Driver programs invite both the parent and student from 12 years of age to learn how to drive, together. 

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Deputy 4 Hour Enduro

4 hours of fun, 8 rounds per year and lots of chances of silverware.

The Deputy 4 Hour is grassroots racing at its absolute finest. Fast, furious and fun, the 4 hour is undoubtedly the best value motor racing in Australia.

Have you and your mates got what it takes?

You’ll need two or more mates, a four seat car produced between 1986-2019 with an engine capacity of 2 litres or less. It must be fitted with a roll cage and four-point racing harness, and you’re in.

Many of our past teams have relied on equal parts strategy and skill rather than outright speed to stand on the podium and take home the trophy.

Deputy 4 Hour $750

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Herbert "Nutsy" Bolt, his wife and daughter, Jenny and Monica.
Pheasant Wood Cemetry, Fromelles, France.

Why we are called Pheasant Wood

Corporal Herbert Thomas Bolt, nicknamed “Nutsy” was Steve Shelley’s Great Grandfather.

Nutsy was killed in action on the 20th July 1916 in Fromelles, France, when the British called upon the Anzacs to help fight the Germans during WW1.

Nutsy left his young wife and new baby behind in Sydney and sailed to Egypt where he trained intensely for many months before arriving at the battlefront in France.

Nutsy had only one battle, he and his fellow hero’s contested Australia’s bloodiest ever fight resulting in over 5300 deaths or casualties within 12 hours.

Nutsy was a born fighter, a passionate footballer and boxer.

Corporal Frank Johnston fought alongside Nutsy on that terrible night, Frank survived and wrote this in his diary:

“Nutsy killed more than 6 Germans with his Bayonet and the butt of his rifle, when he got a bullet through the forehead. He fell instantly, being killed outright. He was as game as any man”

The baby Nutsy left behind was Steve’s Grandmother.

When Steve built the track he wanted to name it something very special for all to remember.

The Military Cemetery in Fromelles where Herbert Thomas Bolt is laid to rest, is called “Pheasant Wood”.

Lest we forget.

We are pleased to announce that we are officially COVID safe!

Community safety is very important to us Pheasant Wood, we strive to go above and beyond to ensure the health & safety of our patrons.

We thank all of our drivers and spectators, past, present and future, for supporting us and following our safety guidelines.

"This place is an absolute hidden gem, I wish I knew about it earlier as I've definitely been missing out. Sensational"

— Dieter Holzl

"I've literally had the best day I can remember. The track, the team and the service are all exceptional - do yourself a favour and just get here."

— Bryson Peters

"Undoudbdtly the best circuit in Australia for drivers and their crews to get up close and personal, a brilliant place to race, practice and tune. I love it."

— Michael Hall


8 Prairie Oak Road
Marulan, NSW 2579
(02) 4841 1422

Wednesday to Sunday
8 AM to 5 PM

Closed Monday's & Tuesday's for Maintenance