Welcome to Year 2 – The Joondalup Festival of Motoring will return to the streets of Joondalup, Saturday 4th of May, and Sunday the 5 of May.

This family-friendly festival will see the city streets of Joondalup pulsing with live music, delicious food, vehicle exhibitions and lots of motorsport action. The festival will embrace Joondalup’s streets and laneways, enabling local businesses to showcase their wares and be part of the action, connecting people, art, culture, food/beverages, and a century of motoring engineering.

There will be the colour, sound and excitement of cars in full flight on the 2 km street circuit for the Joondalup City Sprint. But the action won’t all be on track, with attendees being able to wander amongst the the street and laneways, displaying hundreds of modern, vintage, exotic and rare vehicles.

A complete programme of activities will also be happening across the weekend, making the Joondalup Festival of Motoring one of the biggest celebrations of car culture in Perth.

JHM isn’t really the new kid on the block, our team are industry ‘veterans’ who have been working in the event and marketing space for the past twenty years. Our reputation has afforded us a constant stream of work just through word of mouth – but now we’re ready to grow and share our skills outside of our network!

We’re based in Western Australia, but have worked on national events and projects such as the Commonwealth Games (both Melbourne and Gold Coast), Motorsport Australia (MA) Rally Championship, World Swimming Championship, and the Australasian Safari. We have a small team of specialist staff who are always open to seeking a fresh perspective and curious about developments in our industry.

We are excited to be the people behind JFOM.




Catch the thrill and excitement of cars in full flight on the closed streets of Joondalup for the Joondalup Sprint on Sunday, 5 May. There will be plenty of comfortable, safe places to watch the action near the track.


There will also be four managed pedestrian crossings around the Sprint course, each with a dedicated team managing the process, that will open every 30 minutes (approx.).



Road closures will be required around the city centre, for Sunday only, between 5:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Access to your neighbourhood will be from Shenton Avenue, in a one-way loop.

JFOM’s Command Centre will again be hosted within the Quest Apartments and a general JFOM 24/7 Contact Number will be in operation over the weekend of the event.

Crossing the course, please only cross at the approved spectator crossings. This is a high-speed motoring event, and your safety is paramount. A spectator map is online now and will published in Perth Now closer to the event.

Vehicle Access

To facilitate the event, road closures between Shenton Avenue (north end) and Kendrew Cresent (south end) will again be in place on Sunday 5 May (from 5:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.).

However, this year vehicle access to residences and businesses within the event footprint will be maintained and accessed via Shenton Avenue. Although these roads will be closed to the public, residents and businesses will have access to their premises via a one-way loop, just follow the instructions of our officials and be aware of the temporary signage.

Traffic Management Teams will be located at each of the four internal intersections to facilitate smooth thoroughfare.

Please ensure that your speed is kept to walking pace for the safety of attendees.

A more detailed map will be available online prior to the event.

Road Closures: Sunday 5 May Only
Roads will be closed from 5:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m

This year, the Sprint Course has been revised to minimise inconvenience to residents and businesses.

Road closures will impact:
• McLarty Avenue (south of Shenton Avenue, adjacent to the shopping centre)
• Grand Boulevard (between Shenton Avenue and Kendrew Crescent)
• Davidson Terrace (south of Shenton Avenue)
• Lakeside Drive (between Shenton Avenue and Grassbird Avenue, near ECU)
• Reid Promenade (from Lakeside Drive to McLarty Avenue)
• Boas Avenue (from Lakeside Drive to McLarty Avenue)
• Collier Road (east of shopping centre car park access)
• Teakle Court (North Metropolitan TAFE)
• Kendrew Crescent (ECU)

Emergency Information

In the case of an emergency please call 000 as per usual.

DFES, St John Ambulance and the Joondalup Health Campus have all been advised of the road closures that will be in place on Sunday 5 May 2023.

The event has been working with the emergency services and will always cease operations immediately to assist a resident if required. As part of the event, we will again have dedicated medical crews on site to service JFOM requirements, for both spectators and competitors partaking in the event.

Street Parking: Sunday 5 May ONLY

Please ensure you do not park on the following streets on Sunday 5 May, as these roads will be closed for competition, display areas and the service area:

• Lakeside Drive (between Shenton Avenue and Grassbird Avenue)
• Grand Boulevard (between Shenton Avenue and Kendrew Crescent)
• Boas Avenue (between McLarty Avenue and Lakeside Drive)
• Davidson Terrace (between Reid Promenade and Boas Avenue)
• McLarty Avenue (between Shenton Avenue and Boas Avenue)

Vehicles left on this street on this date may be relocated via tow truck to a safer nearby location.

If required, additional parking will be made available for residents free of charge only on Sunday 5 May. Parking will also be available at Neil Hawkins Park.

Please contact us on 08 6146 1866 for assistance.