Frequently Asked Questions
Everything you need to know to enjoy your unique Canterbury Park experience.
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Head to our Raceday Calendar to find all our upcoming racedays.
Gates for General Admission usually open an hour before the first race. However, these are subject to change. Closer to your raceday, we recommend you check your event on Raceday Calendar.
Royal Randwick and Rosehill Gardens:
Mini buses are allowed to park in the infield car park on all race days. Only vehicles under 3.4m in height can access this space, anything above cannot be accommodated for.
Free unreserved parking is available for mini buses and is located just inside the track entrance off King Street.
Mini buses can access parking via Gate C, off Hume Highway.
Due care and attention will be paid to the welfare of horses racing in extreme weather. Races may be postponed at the discretion of Racing NSW Stewards and the ATC if weather is deemed too hot or too dangerous.
Patrons are not permitted to bring their own food and/or drinks on course.
Yes, you may pay in monthly instalments via direct debit. Click the join or renew button then at the payment screen, select Direct Debit as your payment option.
For information on where to view the horses from at Canterbury Park, click here.
Members Area: Ground floor, adjacent to the escalators
General Admission Area: Ground Level, Public Area
See racecourse map for more information.
A Cloak Room is located on the ground floor of the Members Reserve and remains open for 30 minutes after the last Sydney race.
At Canterbury Park we have Kia Friday Night Racing that runs on selected Friday nights from November to February. These race nights have free entry, food markets and free kids entertainment.
All raceday parking is accessed via Hume Highway, Gate C.
Members’ unreserved parking is available via Governor Macquarie Drive. Relevant passes must be displayed.
Members can enjoy convenient parking close to the venue by purchasing a car parking pass. Find more information here.
For all information and options on how to get to Warwick Farm click here.
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