|10:45 am||Gates Open|
|11:55 am||First Race|
|4:55 pm||Last Race|
|Lapel rose colour||Yellow|
Sydney Autumn Carnival Finale
Get your fun back on track for Schweppes All Aged Stakes Day at Royal Randwick, headlined by the Group 1 $600,000 Schweppes All Aged Stakes and the Group 1 $500,000 Moët & Chandon Champagne Stakes.
Off the track, DJs, pop-up bars and Sydney’s most innovative street food vendors help create a party atmosphere for the Sydney Autumn Racing finale.
For those wanting to make the occasion more special, an unrivalled hospitality experience awaits from stylish cocktail parties and Champagne bars to the unsurpassed views and traditions of grandstand dining.
Hospitality packages and General Admission tickets now on sale.
Tickets & Hospitality
Tickets & Hospitality
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, tickets are designated to a specified area or restaurant but guests are free to move around communal spaces including the Theatre of the Horse and Day Stalls.
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Make an exciting occasion unforgettable with hospitality at Royal Randwick.
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Public: Kensington Room
Spectacular views down the home straight from the trackside lawn with unreserved indoor seating in the Kensington Room. Perfect for racing purists.Book Now
Public: Premier General Admission - Centennial Room, Level 3
Top level of Centennial Room. Unreserved seating with access to bars, eateries and wagering. Access to outdoor terrace.Book Now
Plan Your Day
Maps, galleries and recommended race day highlights including live music
We kindly ask guests to adhere to our dress code which is in place to maintain the sense of occasion that makes a raceday so special.
Travel and Parking
Located close to CBD in the Eastern Suburbs, there are convenient public transport options to Royal Randwick. Multi-story car parking available.
Food and Drink
From five-star formal dining to picnics and food vans from Sydney’s vibrant dining scene.
Where to Watch the Horses
Savour the atmosphere of the day stalls, study the form in the ‘Theatre of the Horse’ or hear the thunder of the approaching hooves by watching a race from the rails.