The Darwin Karting Association (DKA) has always been one of the most progressive motor sport clubs to be found in the Northern Territory and has a proud record of independence in terms of financial stability and management infrastructure.

 

DKA was first incorporated in 1976 and utilised the "13 mile" airstrip for many years until moving to our current location at Hidden Valley Motor Sport Complex in 1983. The club now boasts an International Standard racing track and is considered one of the best designs in the country.

DKA was lucky to be able to hold the 50th Australian Titles in July 2012 to great success. in recent years we have included The Territory Cup the week prior to the NT State Championships, which are held in July every year. This is a great experience for interstate karters as they get 5 days on track and a chance to explore our beautiful Top End.

 

The DKA and its members pride themselves on welcoming and sharing knowledge with newcomers and insist on being known not only as the "friendly motor sport club" but as"The affordable family motor sport".

 

The DKA is affiliated with the Australian Karting Association Northern Territory (AKANT) and incorporated with Karting Australia (KA). Therefore, the racing rules and regulations are legislated by the KA national body, to which the DKA must conform.

Is your membership up to date - remember no membership no practicing

 

The Darwin Karting Association (DKA) has always been one of the most progressive motor sport clubs to be found in the Northern Territory and has a proud record of independence in terms of financial stability and management infrastructure.

DKA was lucky to be able to hold the 50th Australian Titles in July 2012 to great success. in recent years we have included The Territory Cup the week prior to the NT State Championships, which are held in July every year. This is a great experience for interstate karters as they get 5 days on track and a chance to explore our beautiful Top End.

 

The DKA and its members pride themselves on welcoming and sharing knowledge with newcomers and insist on being known not only as the "friendly motor sport club" but as"The affordable family motor sport".

 

The DKA is affiliated with the Australian Karting Association Northern Territory (AKANT) and incorporated with Karting Australia (KA). Therefore, the racing rules and regulations are legislated by the KA national body, to which the DKA must conform.

Is your membership up to date - remember no membership no practicing