|Location||Tailem Bend, South Australia|
|Time zone||UTC+09:30 (UTC+10.5 DST)|
|Opened||13 January 2018|
|Major events||Supercars Championship|
The Bend SuperSprint
Australian GT Championship
Asian Le Mans Series
|Length||7.770 km (4.828 mi)|
|Race lap record||2:38.673 ( Aidan Read, Eurasia Motorsport, 2019-20, Asian Le Mans Series)|
|Length||4.950 km (3.076 mi)|
|Race lap record||1:41.2560 ( Thomas Randle, Team BRM, 2019, Australian S5000 Championship)|
|Length||3.410 km (2.119 mi)|
|Race lap record||1:16.2224 ( Shane van Gisbergen, Triple Eight Race Engineering, 2020, Supercars Championship)|
|Length||3.930 km (2.442 mi)|
The race circuits are of a high international standard and licensed by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) for car racing and the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) for motorcycle racing.
In February 2015, Peregrine Corporation lodged plans with the Government of South Australia to redevelop the former Mitsubishi Motors Australia test track at Tailem Bend, South Australia. Approval was granted in May 2015 with construction commencing in March 2016. Initially titled the South Australian Motorsport Park, by the time construction commenced, The Bend Motorsport Park name had been adopted.
The address of the site was originally in Elwomple. In September 2017, before the facility opened, the boundary between Tailem Bend and Elwomple was adjusted so that The Bend Motorsport Park is officially in Tailem Bend, not Elwomple.
The first major event was the Revolve24 Endurance Cycling Challenge on 13-14 January 2018, an ultra-distance cycling festival featuring 24-hour, 12-hour and 6-hour races. It hosted The Bend SuperSprint, a round of the 2018 Supercars Championship, in August 2018. It has a desire to hold a MotoGP Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix round.
On 4-14 January 2019, the circuit hosted the 25th Australian Scout Jamboree. From January 10-12 2020 it hosted a round of the 2019-20 Asian Le Mans Series season as the 4 Hours of The Bend  and the Supercars sprint round will be replaced by a new endurance event, The Bend 500. The Supercars race was later dropped from the calendar altogether, in a shortened calendar due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with circuit managing director Sam Shahin openly critical of the cancellation.
Length: 4.950 km
Length: 7.770 km
Length: 3.410 km
Length: 3.930 km
Construction commenced in February 2017 for a 300 metres (980 ft)-long pit building which will include hotel accommodation in the upper levels of the four-storey building. There are 34 pit garages. The 100 room Rydges Pit Lane Hotel opened by 2019.
The official race lap records at The Bend Motorsport Park are listed as:
|GT Circuit: 7.770 km (2018-present)|
|LMP2||2:38.673||Aidan Read||Ligier JS P217||2020 4 Hours of The Bend|
|LMP3||2:51.692||David Fumanelli||Ligier JS P3||2020 4 Hours of The Bend|
|GT3||2:56.990||Alessandro Pier Guidi||Ferrari 488 GT3||2020 4 Hours of The Bend|
|International Circuit: 4.950 km (2018-present)|
|S5000||1:41.2560||Thomas Randle||Ligier JS F3-S5000||2019 The Bend S5000 round|
|GT3||1:49.0314||Garth Tander||Audi R8 LMS Evo||2021 The Bend GT World Challenge Australia round|
|Supercars||1:49.4042||David Reynolds||Holden ZB Commodore||2019 The Bend SuperSprint|
|TCR Touring Car||1:57.0504||Nathan Morcom||Hyundai i30 N TCR||2019 2nd The Bend TCR Australia round|
|West Circuit: 3.410 km (2018-present)|
|Supercars||1:16.2224||Shane van Gisbergen||Holden ZB Commodore||2020 OTR SuperSprint The Bend|