The Adelaide Super-Drome, within 20-25 minutes of the city, offers specialist infrastructure for track cycling and a quality infield surface for a range of multi sport and community activities.
The facility is available for hire. The main function room has floor to ceiling glass windows overlooking the track and infield and is well worth a visit.
The Adelaide Super-Drome is owned and operated by the Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing, an agency of the Government of SA.
State Sports Park
Anna Meares Way (off Main North Road)
Gepps Cross SA 5094
Phone: 0427 451 678
Australian Cycling Team
South Australian Sports Institute
The Adelaide Super-Drome is the headquarters for AusCycling SA who offer racing, training and development programs, a training facility for South Australia Sports Institute (SASI) Track Cycling program and is the home of AusCycling's High Performance Program.
The Super-Drome is available for hire and hosts a range of events and functions.
The Super-Drome has hosted a number of international events including the International Track Series and the Oceania Track Championships. It is a popular destination for international teams looking for a unique environment for training camps.
Cycling sessions for the public are run weekly by AusCycling South Australia at the Adelaide Super-Drome, catering for all age groups and skill levels! For more information please visit the AusCycling website or contact AusCycling SA on 0422 376 269.
The conference facility can accommodate functions from 10 to 100 people, depending on room setup. The room is fully air-conditioned and equipped with a data projector, screen, flip chart and electronic whiteboard.
With views over the track, the Adelaide Super-Drome is an impressive location for your next meeting or function.
Bookings essential: Contact the Super-Drome.
We acknowledge and respect Aboriginal peoples as South Australia's first peoples and nations, we recognise Aboriginal peoples as traditional owners and occupants of land and waters in South Australia and that their spiritual, social, cultural and economic practices come from their traditional lands and waters; and they maintain their cultural and heritage beliefs, languages and laws which are of ongoing importance; We pay our respects to their ancestors and to their Elders.