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Driving training in Brisbane

Get on the track in Brisbane and learn your way around with new driving skills that will impress your friends.

Learn how to drift on tracks around Brisbane for an epic half or full day of training from professional drivers who will teach you all the tips and tricks to execute the perfect drift.

We share where you can learn to drift around Brisbane, the leading companies to book with and more.

Driver training deals:

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Buy one get one free on a range of experiences across Australia. Offers change regularly, but often include sightseeing cruises, abseiling, dining, hot air ballooning, quadbiking, jet boating, scenic flights, helicopter rides, flying lessons, classic car hire, driving and rally car experiences and more. T&Cs apply.

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Up to 40% off driving experiences

Valid on select dates and experiences like off-road racing, karting, classic car hire, defensive driving, rally driving, V8 experiences and more. T&Cs apply.

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Where can I go for driver training in Brisbane?

  • Skid Control – Brisbane region
  • On Track Drift – Willowbank
  • Ultimate Driving Group – Mt. Cotton

Driver training companies compared

CompanyPrice (from)LocationDuration (from)Extras/inclusionsSuitable for
Skid Control$145.00Brisbane region4 hoursAll equipment includedMinimum 16 years old, no license required
On Track DriftContact for quoteWillowbankHalf-dayAll equipment includedMinimum 17 years old and must hold at P plate license or higher
Ultimate Driving GroupContact for detailsMt. Cotton1.5 hoursCertificate of completion includedDrivers with a valid license

Stephanie Yip

Stephanie Yip is the travel editor at Finder and has been writing about travel and lifestyle for over a decade. She has written for Travel Weekly, Escape, Thomas Cook Magazine, Showpo, The Nibbler and Hostelworld. She was also the editor of kids magazine DMAG. Stephanie has a Bachelor of Communications from the University of Technology Sydney and has visited over 50 countries (and counting). She has a passion for sharing her experiences and knowledge of travel and helping readers stretch their dollars while on holiday.

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