North Shore Kart Club was formed in 1993.
The intention of its founders was to promote karting in the Sydney metropolitan area by building a karting facility close to the population centre. Within a couple of years this had been realised, through a commercial facility built at Eastern Creek.
Soon after it was completed, North Shore Kart Club commenced using the Eastern Creek facility for monthly race meetings. The combination of an arrive-and-drive commercial facility incorporating a kart shop, 7 day a week 2-stroke practice and regular 2-stroke race meetings in the centre of the metropolitan area saw a large number of new karters join the sport.
North Shore Kart Club has hosted many major race meetings over the years. These include:
- The 2007 AKA National Titles
- 1999, 2000, 2001 Australian CIK Championships
- 1999 “One-Off” State Championships
- 2000 Oceania Championships
- 2000 Ford Max Challenge
- 2001 ProNats (Rotax & ReSa National Championships)
- 2002 NSW Senior State Championships
- 2005 Kartstars/CIK
- 2007 AKA National Titles
- 2009 Rotax Nationals
The facilities at Eastern Creek has many different configurations ranging from 500m to over 1700m.