Q. What age do you have to be to drive?
A. To drive a single kart on your own you must be a minimum of 12 years old and at least 150cm tall. For younger children we have 2 seater dual karts, the passenger must be a minimum of 5 years old and at least 110cm tall the driver of a dual kart must be at least 18 years old. All dual kart passengers ride for FREE.
All drivers under 18 years old must be co-signed by a parent or guardian over 18 at the time of registration.
Q. What is Laser Tag?
A. Laser Tag is a great fun experience for young and old. Minimum age 7 years old and minimum height 120cm. Our Laser Tag is a 2 storey, multi level playing arena which can accommodate 2 to 30 people per mission and is the largest in the state. Fully computerised laser vests interact with you throughout the game as your seek out your opponents to be the highest scorer or most accurate shot of the mission. You can team up against other teams or venture out in a solo mission, no two games are the same. The lasers are completely safe and work the same as infra red on your TV remote.
Q. How old do I have to be to play Laser Tag?
A. Laser Tag is suitable for children minimum 7 years old and minimum height 120cm right up to Grandparents. The Laser Tag suits are one size fits all and the Laser Tag maze is dark with UV lighting and loud.
Q. Do I have to book?
A. Karts: On Saturday and Sunday come in any time between 11am - 5pm no booking required. Outside of those times, to avoid disappointment give us a quick call to check track availability. For Grand Prix and Enduro Team events you must book ahead and a deposit is required to secure your event time slot.
Laser: We can accommodate up to 30 people in our Laser Tag arena at one time and we can take bookings for any sized group. Weekends are very popular and bookings are advised. Bookings are also advised for Birthday parties.
Q. Is there a charge for spectators?
A. Entry to Kart Mania Gepps Cross is absolutely FREE and spectators are welcome to sit back and enjoy watching the racing from the party table area or from our grandstand.
Q. Do you race at night?
A. Yes, we race under lights so our venue can cater for night racing.
Q. Do you race in wet weather?
A. Yes, in wet weather we can convert our track to an indoor set up.
Q. Can I use my own helmet?
A. Yes, as long as it is a full face helmet and complies with the Australian Standard AS1698 (Motorcycle Approved). If you are unsure, please ask one of our track assistants and they will be able to advise you.
Q. What are the dress requirements?
A. For comfort and safety, we require that you wear enclosed footwear. No loose clothing or scarfs can be worn while driving. Drivers with long hair must have it tied up and all drivers using our helmets will need a balaclava (available to purchase $5ea on the day) or you can bring your own full faced Australian Standard AS1698/snell approved helmet. For safety helmets must fit snug against the head, so no "up do" hair styles or other head wear other than the balaclava can be worn under the helmet.
Q. Can I provide my own food and drinks?
A. Yes. We have tables available for party bookings and larger groups which are available upon request. You may bring in your own food and non-alcoholic drinks or order in pizza or takeaway. We do have coffee, hot chocolate, cold drinks and snack food available for purchase.
Q. Do you have a policy for consumption of alcohol?
A. Alcohol is not permitted on our premises and all drivers must have a zero alcohol limit . Please have fun but leave the drinking until after your racing
Q. Can you cater for large events?
A. Yes, we have a great catering contact that provide a brilliant service for large corporate events, but must be booked in advance. For smaller groups you can bring your own food, order in pizzas or visit the food venues close by, Coopers Ale House is across the road and Hungry Jacks is one minute walk away.
Q. Do you sell gift vouchers?
A. Yes, gift vouchers are available for purchase. Please enquire via our centre on (08) 8262-8548.