The three-time Supercars champion has been competing on the dirt in his homeland over the summer period.
He then went on to record seventh in the final, with Daniel Thomas claiming top honours.
That seventh-place feature result was the 33-year-old's best this campaign, after finishes of 14th and ninth at Western Springs Speedway.
Both of those outings were not without drama either, with the Kiwi spinning in his debut event, before his car caught on fire in his second appearance.
He is competing with the #97 on his sprint car, the same number which he competes under in the Repco Supercars Championship.
Van Gisbergen is not the only Supercars driver taking part in speedway races over the off-season, with Cameron Waters also in action.
That in fact accounts for the top two in the 2022 Drivers' Championship.
Earlier this week, Waters steered his Chief Racing car at Premier Speedway in Warrnambool, Victoria.
The Tickford Racing driver wound up sixth at the end of the 30-lap Victorian 410 Sprint Car title A-Main.
It marks the Mildura native's third consecutive season in sprint cars.
Meanwhile, former Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin has an ownership stake in Hodges Motorsport team, which saw World of Outlaws star James McFadden post his first win in Australia on December 30.