Rally driving in Melbourne
Get dirty on a rally driving course in Melbourne where you can perfect your drifting skills and rally driving.
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Melbourne has a number of rally schools where you can learn and practice your rally driving or give it a try for the first time on custom-built dirt tracks.
Give it a go yourself where you'll first be familiarized with the course and then can take a car or two for a spin. Or choose to sit in the hot seat and have a professional driver take you up to championship speeds.
This quick comparison will help you find the best rally school for your skill level and give you all the details on what you need to know before you go plus top deals for rally driving in Melbourne.
Rally driving in Melbourne deals
Where can I go rally driving in Melbourne?
- Rally School Melbourne - Mount Cottrell
- HPF Rally - Parwan
- Off Road Rush Sydney - Ballarat
Our top picks of rally driving you can book now:
Best for value: 13 Lap Combo Drive, Rally School Melbourne from RedBalloon
- 13-lap combo
- Coaching and instruction from a real race car driver
- Four familiarization laps, eight driving laps, one lap in the hot seat
- Receive briefing and handling instructions
Best for experience length: Half Day Extreme, Rally School Melbourne from RedBalloon
- Option to choose which car you want to drive
- Drive a minimum of 28 laps
- Includes one lap in the hot seat with a professional driver
- Cars are used in Australian Championships
Best for first-timers: Rally and Drift Introduction Combo, Bacchus Marsh from RedBalloon
- Try both rally and drift driving
- Custom-built track
- In-car driving coach
- Driver certificate upon completion
Best for experienced drivers: 2 Car Blast 16 Lap, Rally School Melbourne from RedBalloon
- Drive two cars for eight laps each
- Includes one hot lap with a professional driver
- Drive 17 laps total
- Compare both cars on a straight and technical corners
Best for price: Hotlap Ride, Rally School Melbourne from Adrenaline
- Three hot laps in a rally car
- Professional driver shows you his skills
- No driving experience necessary
- Prices start at $99
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Rally driving companies compared
|Company||Price (from)||Location||Duration (from)||Extras/inclusions||Suitable for||Book with|
|Rally School Melbourne||$99||Mount Cottrell||Three hot laps (30-40 minutes)||Safety equipment provided||Ages seven and up||RedBalloon, Adrenaline|
|HPF Rally Drive||$99||Parwan||Three hot laps (1.5 hours)||Safety equipment and driver certificate||Ages 16 and up||RedBalloon|
|Off Road Rush Sydney (Ballarat)||$199||Ballarat||Eight laps (2 hours)||Safety equipment included||Ages 12 and up||RedBalloon, Adrenaline|
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