This circuit was based on a World War 2 airfield 7km to the west of Lowood near the hamlet of Mount Tarampa, and pressure from a local religious group prevented racing taking place on Sundays. Several race meetings were held between 1948 and 1952 until the Air Ministry decided to close it for racing. In late 1956 the base was bought by the Queensland Racing Drivers' Club, and by 1960 held the Australian GP. However, the circuit closed in 1966 when the QRDC sold the circuit to concentrate instead on Lakeside. The circuit property was then subdivided into small farms.