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What To Wear

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. Our Style Guide is put together to guide and inspire you with what to wear on a raceday.

Ladies
Ladies - Members

Royal Randwick & Rosehill Gardens (excluding midweek racing)

Ladies - Members relaxed

Warwick Farm, Canterbury Park and midweek racing at Rosehill Gardens & Royal Randwick

Ladies - General Admission

All Venues (Royal Randwick, Rosehill Gardens, Canterbury Park, Warwick Farm)

Gentlemen
Gentlemen - Members

Royal Randwick & Rosehill Gardens (excluding midweek racing)

Gentlemen - Members relaxed

Warwick Farm, Canterbury Park and midweek racing at Rosehill Gardens & Royal Randwick

Gentlemen - General Admission

All Venues (Royal Randwick, Rosehill Gardens, Canterbury Park, Warwick Farm)

Ladies - Members Royal Randwick & Rosehill Gardens (excluding midweek racing)

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Ladies - Members

Royal Randwick & Rosehill Gardens (excluding midweek racing)

Ladies are expected to maintain a suitable standard in keeping with the regulations of the Members Reserve. Dress code also applies to members’ guests and those day guests in dining rooms and venues within the members reserve areas. Dress code applies for children 14 years and over.

Not Acceptable:

  • Any form of the following footwear; joggers, sports shoes, track shoes, runners, thongs, dilapidated footwear, scuffs, gumboots or slippers
  • Jeans/denim, jodhpurs, shorts, untailored pants or playsuits
  • Torn or ripped clothing
  • Garments which show midriff and have cut-outs
  • Leggings worn as pants
  • Parkas, duffle coats, windbreakers, tracksuit tops, denim jackets or anoraks

Please note, the more relaxed Dress Code applies to midweek fixtures at Rosehill Gardens and Royal Randwick (excluding Cup Day in November where Members’ Dress Code applies).

Ladies - Members relaxed Warwick Farm, Canterbury Park and midweek racing at Rosehill Gardens & Royal Randwick

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Ladies - Members relaxed

Warwick Farm, Canterbury Park and midweek racing at Rosehill Gardens & Royal Randwick

Ladies are expected to maintain a suitable standard in keeping with the regulations of the Members Reserve. However, on midweek fixtures at Royal Randwick (excluding Cup Day in November) and Rosehill Gardens; and all fixtures at Canterbury Park and Warwick Farm, Ladies are permitted to wear jeans (without rips), chinos or untailored slacks. Dress code applies for children 14 years and over.

Not Acceptable:

  • Any form of the following footwear; joggers, sports shoes, track shoes, runners, thongs, dilapidated footwear, scuffs, gumboots or slippers
  • Jodhpurs, shorts or playsuits
  • Torn or ripped clothing
  • Garments which show midriff  or with cut-outs
  • Leggings worn as pants
  • Parkas, duffle coats, windbreakers, tracksuit tops, denim jackets or anoraks

Please note, the more formal Members’ Dress Code applies to all weekend fixtures at Royal Randwick and Rosehill Gardens; and the midweek Cup Day in November at Royal Randwick.

Ladies - General Admission All Venues (Royal Randwick, Rosehill Gardens, Canterbury Park, Warwick Farm)

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Ladies - General Admission

All Venues (Royal Randwick, Rosehill Gardens, Canterbury Park, Warwick Farm)

There is no formal dress code in General Admission but we recommend smart dress befitting of a raceday occasion. We encourage our guests in general admission to follow the Members dress regulations on Carnival racedays (mid March to mid April; mid September to mid November) . All general admission dining rooms and function venues require smart casual attire. Dress code applies for children 14 years and over.

Not Acceptable:

  • Fancy dress costumes
  • Tattered clothing or shoes
  • Thongs or barefoot
  • Offensive attire (inappropriate language and/or imagery)

Gentlemen - Members Royal Randwick & Rosehill Gardens (excluding midweek racing)

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Gentlemen - Members

Royal Randwick & Rosehill Gardens (excluding midweek racing)

Gentlemen are required to wear tailored pants, dress shoes, a collared shirt and tie and a jacket, sports coat or blazer in Members areas at Royal Randwick and Rosehill Gardens. Dress code also applies to members’ guests and those day guests in dining rooms and venues within the Members Reserve areas.

During daylight savings, jackets are optional within the Members Reserve (The Chairman’s Club requires a jacket at all times). Ties are always required in the Members Reserve area. Dress code applies for children 14 years and over.

Not Acceptable:

  • Any form of the following footwear; joggers, sports shoes, track shoes, runners, sandals, thongs, dilapidated footwear, scuffs, gumboots or slippers
  • Shoes without socks
  • Jeans/denim, jodhpurs, shorts or untailored slacks
  • Torn or ripped clothing
  • Open neck shirts or shirts with no collar
  • Parkas, duffle coats, windbreakers, tracksuit tops, denim jackets or anoraks, leather bomber jackets
  • Tracksuits
  • Peaked caps, beanies
  • Pullovers or cardigans (without a jacket), rugby tops and football jerseys

Please note, the more relaxed Dress Code applies to midweek fixtures at Rosehill Gardens and Royal Randwick (excluding Cup Day in November where Members’ Dress Code applies).

Gentlemen - Members relaxed Warwick Farm, Canterbury Park and midweek racing at Rosehill Gardens & Royal Randwick

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Gentlemen - Members relaxed

Warwick Farm, Canterbury Park and midweek racing at Rosehill Gardens & Royal Randwick

Gentlemen are expected to maintain a suitable standard in keeping with the regulations of the Members Reserve. However, on midweek fixtures at Royal Randwick (excluding Agency Cup Day) and Rosehill Gardens; and all fixtures at Canterbury Park and Warwick Farm, Gentlemen are permitted to wear neat and tidy pants including jeans (without rips), chinos or untailored slacks.

Jackets and ties are optional but encouraged.

Not Acceptable:

  • Any form of the following footwear; joggers, sports shoes, track shoes, runners, sandals, thongs, dilapidated footwear, scuffs, gumboots or slippers
  • Shoes without socks
  • Jodhpurs, shorts or untailored slacks
  • Torn or ripped clothing
  • Parkas, duffle coats, windbreakers, tracksuit tops, denim jackets or anoraks
  • Tracksuits
  • Peaked caps, beanies
  • Pullovers or cardigans (without a jacket), rugby tops and football jerseys

Please note, the more formal Members’ Dress Code applies to all weekend fixtures at Royal Randwick and Rosehill Gardens; and the midweek Cup Day in November at Royal Randwick.

Gentlemen - General Admission All Venues (Royal Randwick, Rosehill Gardens, Canterbury Park, Warwick Farm)

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Gentlemen - General Admission

All Venues (Royal Randwick, Rosehill Gardens, Canterbury Park, Warwick Farm)

There is no formal dress code in General Admission but we recommend smart dress befitting of a raceday occasion and encourage our guests to wear a buttoned, collared shirt with a suit jacket and pants. All general admission dining rooms and function venues require smart casual attire. Dress code applies for children 14 years and over.

Not Acceptable:

  • Fancy dress costumes
  • Tattered clothing or shoes
  • Thongs or barefoot
  • Offensive attire (inappropriate language and/or imagery)

Australian Turf Club Style Guide 2020

We are delighted to bring you our new looks for 2020 put together to guide and inspire you on what to wear at Royal Randwick and Rosehill Gardens on Carnival Days.

Blushing Beauty

Blushing Beauty

Style Guide 2020

Inject bold floral prints, structured bows and classic pocket squares.

Inject bold floral prints, structured bows and classic pocket squares.

Liquid Gold

Liquid Gold

Style Guide 2020

Embrace colour with striking palettes and playful accessories. Let your personality shine through with golden tints, and don't be afraid to play with unique textures such as feathers, suede or velvet.

Embrace colour with striking palettes and playful accessories. Let your personality shine through with golden tints, and don't be afraid to play with unique textures such as feathers, suede or velvet.

Tailored Suiting

Tailored Suiting

Style Guide 2020

Embrace the tailored look, and opt for a power suit and incorporate clashing prints, playful cuts and a touch of masculinity.

Embrace the tailored look, and opt for a power suit and incorporate clashing prints, playful cuts and a touch of masculinity.

Monochromatic Muse

Monochromatic Muse

Style Guide 2020

For the ladies, let the accessories dominate with silver accents and structured designs. For the gents, a pinstrip suit and impeccable tailoring will ensure a dapper look.

For the ladies, let the accessories dominate with silver accents and structured designs. For the gents, a pinstrip suit and impeccable tailoring will ensure a dapper look.

Royal Rebellion

Royal Rebellion

Style Guide 2020

A note to the romantic yet bold at heart, add a touch of metallic or jewel tones. A medley of feminine lace ups with delicate fabrics, and for the men, challenge the expected and opt for a suit jacket in royal colour hues such as blue or burgundy.

A note to the romantic yet bold at heart, add a touch of metallic or jewel tones. A medley of feminine lace ups with delicate fabrics, and for the men, challenge the expected and opt for a suit jacket in royal colour hues such as blue or burgundy.

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