Lukey's Lawn: New entertainment precinct arrives at Australian GP

This year Lukey Heights will become home to the newest entertainment precinct, Lukey’s Lawn, at the Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2019, taking place at Phillip Island from 25-27 October. 

This immersive destination is the perfect spot for fans to take a break, learn and be engaged between all the on-track action. 

Team Army will showcase two high-performance project vehicles, namely ‘Project ArmyGeddon’ and ‘Project Digger’, whilst Navy sailors will also feature displays. 

St John Ambulance Australia has revolutionised First Aid training with an interactive Mobile CPR Learning Lab, where fans have the chance to learn what to do in a First Aid emergency, while the SES also has a rescue truck on display. 

For kids, the Honda Junior GP and Lawn Games will keep them entertained throughout the weekend, while Freestyle Now will provide high-energy action with four talented BMX athletes performing tricks.

AGPC General Manager – Motorsport, Entertainment & Industry, Craig Fletcher said Lukey’s Lawn is an exciting new precinct that has something for everyone. 

“As one of the highest-populated areas of the venue, the new activations at Lukey’s Lawn near Turn 10 will further enhance a great day’s racing for the fans,” said Fletcher.

When fans just want to sit back and relax, there will be acoustics by Richard Gillard, deck chairs and picnic tables, food and drink options and over 125 square metres of weather shelter all available. 

Located at the apex of the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit's steep descent out of Turn 9, Lukey Heights provides cross-circuit views all the way from the Southern Loop through arguably the track's most challenging section of racing.

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