Bibra Lake, the area around Adventure World, has always been the go to area for Perth’s thrill seekers, but now a super speedy new Go Karting Perth experience has opened, at 7 Soba Pass, just off North Lake Road. Are you ready to race?

Unlike traditional Go Karting, Powerplay indoor go karting uses electronic go karts from Europe with multiple speed settings, tunnels, hills, hairpin turns and tight corners with an emphasis on drifting for the ultimate speed demon experience. We’re told the maximum speeds these machines reach is 70 KPH!

But thrill seekers no need to worry, they’re fitted with a load of state-of-the-art safety features including a four-point safety harness and a roll bar. The venue also insists on closed toe shoes, a $4 balaclava that you keep and a helmet that can hold a GoPro like camera to get that driver’s seat POV for Instagram.

In keeping with putting safety first, Powerplay Go Karts lack of Petrol makes them fume free, so you can breathe easy. The karts themselves have a whole range of customisation so you can give yourself the right leg room and more.

The new venue is indoors, so weatherproof, air conditioned, and has refreshments and an arcade to keep even the spectators amused. The Go Karting Perth game has just levelled up!

Races run from 10am-9pm with the option to come in a small group or book the entire event for a corporate event, a party, a date night or come on your own to chase the clock.

We went down to race 18 laps, the video is on the Perth Happenings Instagram (I won.)

Two competitors stand on a podium. One has his arm raised in the air celebrating a win
Powerplay in Bibra Lake. Andrew takes the win.

PowerPlay Perth, 7 Soba Pass, Bibra Lake (Open Now)

Races from 10am-9pm

Book now at

If Bibra Lake is the wrong end of Perth for you, Powerplay also has a venue in Joondalup.

If it isn’t speed that gets your heart pounding, maybe it’ll be Rouge.