Dunc Gray Velodrome, or DGV for short, is the only indoor velodrome in New South Wales.
It was opened on 28 November 1999 as the track cycling venue for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. As a result, it became the site of unforgettable sporting moments such as Brett Aitken and Scott McGrory's famous gold medal for Australia in the Madison. DGV has also hosted UCI World Cup and Cycling Australia National Championship events.
The timber track is 250 metres long with a maximum banking of 42°.
The venue is named after Edgar "Dunc" Gray, a champion track cyclist from Goulburn, NSW. Dunc Gray won Australia's first Olympic cycling medal at Amsterdam 1928 before winning Australia's first Olympic cycling gold at Los Angeles 1932.
Cycling NSW has its office at Dunc Gray Velodrome and uses the track for training and racing, including the annual Clarence St Cyclery Cup and Sydney Cup on Wheels. The track is also used by the NSW Institute of Sport, Bankstown Sports Cycling Club and other local clubs.
Dunc Gray Velodrome is located in the Crest Sporting Complex on Carysfield Road, Bass Hill, near Bankstown in Sydney's south-west.
The property is owned and managed by the local council, City of Canterbury Bankstown. Please contact council for all venue enquiries.
Closed bookings are available to Racing Members by contacting Cycling NSW with a minimum five (5) working days' notice. Please note that bookings are subject to existing closures (below) and the training schedules of high performance groups. Terms of closed bookings are as follows:
All bookings are subject to the Dunc Grey Velodrome Training COVID-19 Protocol.
Bookings are for a 2-hour session between 8:30am and 5:00pm. Bookings made close to either start of the day or end of the day may be either adjusted for time or charged an additional fee.
All participating riders in the session must be valid AusCycling Racing Members. All riders must sign on at the start of the session. All riders participating in the session are expected to be experienced track riders on Dunc Gray Velodrome or another track of similar banking and surface. Unexperienced riders are only permitted to ride under the watch of an accompanying Level 1 accredited coach - credentials will need to be presented when signing on.
Minimum group size of 8 riders required.
Fees: $10 per Junior (up to U17), $20 per Senior (U19+).
Groups with less than 8 riders will be required to pay the difference at Senior rate.
Bookings are subject to availability and must be made at least 5 working days in advance.
Bookings are not available on days when there is State Open/Championship event held at DGV. Booking requests for the day prior to an event day are also discouraged.
Bookings cancelled less than 48 hours prior to the session will be charged $50.
Please call (02) 9738 5850 during working hours to make an exclusive booking.
Occasionally, Dunc Gray Velodrome is closed for private bookings or maintenance. Please check this page prior to travelling to DGV to ensure that the track will be open for casual training.
Please note that before any Cycling NSW track event at DGV, the track is closed 2 hours prior to competition. While CNSW track events are rarely held during office hours, please check the Events Calendar to avoid disappointment.
The following times are not available for casual training due to NSWIS bookings:
Cycling NSW is taking COVID-19 safety precautions very seriously. Users of Dunc Gray Velodrome who do not follow this protocol may be suspended from training.
Member track training at Dunc Gray Velodrome open from 8:30AM–5:00PM Monday–Friday subject to the following COVID-19 safety protocol.
Please note that this protocol does not apply to NSWIS and Bankstown Sports Cycling Club training sessions, which have their own COVID-19 Safety Plans.
One person in each training group must nominate themselves as the “COVID Safety Responsible Person” for that training session.
The Responsible Person must:
If you are training by yourself, you are the COVID Safety Responsible Person for your training session and must complete the certification.
All attendees at training must be pre-registered for a training session. Persons not registered for the session will be turned away.
The deadline for registration is midnight the day before your session.
The Responsible Person must register for their group by filling out this Dunc Gray Velodrome Training Pre-Registration Form.
The Responsible Person need only make one registration per group. It is not necessary for every member of that group to also register for themselves.
You will be required to:
Groups are limited to a maximum of 20 people.
At your training session, all attendees must observe the following protocols:
Please note the following facilities are not available:
In short, you must adopt a “Get in, Train, Get out” approach and practise good personal hygiene.
After training, attendees must wipe down all touched surfaces using the provided wipes, sanitise their hands and exit promptly while maintaining 1.5-metre physical distancing.
The Responsible Person must complete a sign-out process at the front desk of the Cycling NSW office, near the entrance/exit. Only the Responsible Person is to approach the front desk. All other attendees should exit the venue as swiftly as possible.
The sign-out process involves:
On the Cycling NSW front desk will be a sign-out book, a stack of single-use pens, and a pen disposal container.
The Responsible Person must use one pen to complete the sign-out book before disposing the pen in the container.
You will need to:
Cycling NSW will disinfect the used pens and replenish the supply regularly.
A Cycling NSW staff member will process payment for the whole group contact-free using an EFTPOS machine (payWave/PayPass).
No cash payments will be accepted.
No distinction will be made between riders and non-riding attendees (e.g. coaches).
Please sanitise your hands before leaving the building.
Please advise Cycling NSW staff if wipes or hand sanitiser need to be replenished, or if there are any other issues.
IMPORTANT: the Responsible Person is responsible for the group’s compliance with these protocols. COVID-19 is a serious public health and safety concern. Non-compliance may result in you and your attendees being suspended from future training sessions.