Australia’s First ‘Race Car Country Club’

A private ‘F1’ track, luxury accommodation and hi-tech golf facilities? Yes please.

By Terry Christodoulou 10/08/2020

One of the few problems of owning a decent supercar is the rare opportunity to really stretch its legs.

Enter Club Moolia, an exclusive new member’s club set to features a formula one-inspired driving circuit alongside Australia’s first Crystal Lagoons – that is, a Dubai-style watery wonderland.

Destined for a 2022 opening in the dusty township of Bindoon, 80 kilometres north-west of Perth, the planned $140 million, 4.1km racetrack will boast 17 corners, high-quality asphalt and allegedly be as wide as 12-metres in parts.

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Club Moolia’s Crystal Lagoons.

Members will be given access to the grounds via a secure entry and exit, while track use will be limited to ten cars a session. When not in use, owners can store vehicles in private, climate-controlled garages.

Luxury on-track suites will accommodate members and guests, with planned club lounges, spas, private screening rooms and exclusive chauffeur transfers from Perth CBD hotels and the international airport available to members.

Golfers, meanwhile, will have access to a hi-tech driving range featuring flight and ball tracking technologies for every shot, each delivered to HD displays.

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Private suite at Club Moolia.

Two basketball and five tennis courts round out the exclusive sporting amenities, with tailored nutrition, strength and technical programs also available as part of certain packages.

Memberships will be strictly limited to 600 individuals and corporations, from $30,000 (plus $5000 annual fee) to $100,000 for conglomerates (plus $8000 annual fee).

Clubmoolia.com

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