A day of pure indulgence... be wined, dined and entertained in the Corporate Marquee. You will feel part of the action and the thrill of horses thundering past the enclosure within touching distance.
A great way to network your business and guaranteed to impress.
Turn up to a fully set-up and catered mini marquee situated in the Palms Garden. Let the race club do all the work with no hassle of setting up, packing up or organising food & drinks, simply turn up and have a great day! Recommended for groups of up to 20.
$600 (+GST) INCLUDES:
PLUS ADDITIONAL COSTS:
PLATTERS: Designed to feed 10 people comfortably
Enjoy a delicious three course alternate drop, set menu luncheon, race book, (beverages paid for on consumption) in Silks Restaurant in the Members Enclosure with full length windows giving breathtaking views of the trackside action and commanding views of the course. (Non members price includes entry tickets)
Bring your own picnic Hamper & Champers and enjoy a prime position at the Rear of the Grandstand or Home Turn on your own picnic car space. Entertain clients, family or friends and use it as your base for the day. Picnic car spaces are available on the Home Turn, and Rear of the Grandstand. Patrons may set up a gazeebo (no sides) and are able to bring in food & beverages in by car only to their designated car space.
Car spaces are 3½m X 6m.
HOME TURN: Members $300, Non Members $385
REAR OF GRANDSTAND: Members $300, Non Members $385
Entry tickets additional and spaces are recommended for groups up to 15 people.
Available for groups of 50 people or contact the Tasmanian Turf Club (03 6326 1070) for further details.
Are you in the prime of your life and on the wrong side of 30 but still enjoy a good time? Then the TAB Leger Lawn Marquee is just for you ! A perfect place to mingle and enjoy the lively buzz of TAB Launceston Cup day. Soak up all the Fashion and racing action in a relaxed comfortable atmosphere, (your perfect horse racing experience in a brilliant track side position).
A boho desert vibe will set the scene for trackside tipples, fizz and fun as you experience the thunder of hooves in your exclusive Cup Day destination. Open to guests of all ages (members and non-members alike)
Express your own sense and style of racing fashion and be a part of the colourful and sophisticated fashion extravaganza that is the Examiner Fashions on the Field. Indulge your passion for fashion for your chance to win a fabulous overseas holiday. Pre-entry is not required, simply enter on the day.
The Lazy Lounge will feature at all three cup days and provide a fun area for racegoers to get into the spirit that the Yak Family of beers exude– don’t take life too seriously! There’ll be games, plenty of tables, chairs, picnic rugs and umbrellas for your comfort, live entertainment and lots of food and drink option close by.
Race Times: The final race times will be announced closer to the date – check your local guides and betting apps.
Online Pre-Purchase: Adults $30 | Pensioners/Concession $25 | Children U16 Free
Entry on the Day: Adults $35 | Pensioners/Concession $30 | Children U16 Free
Gates open: 10am
Bookings: Phone- 03 63261070 email- firstname.lastname@example.org
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The racecourse is just three kilometres from the heart of Launceston City in Jellico Street, Mowbray and is easily accessed by car, bus or taxi.
Launceston is Tasmania’s second largest city and a vibrant hub for food and wine, culture and nature. In fact, the whole region is packed with city and country charm with picturesque old towns and beautiful scenic highlights.
Just a short walk from the city centre, Cataract Gorge is a slice of wilderness right in the heart of Launceston and the city’s star natural attraction.
From Launceston, you can follow the Tamar River north through Tasmania’s premium wine-growing region, past forested hills and farmland, lavender fields, vineyards, orchards and pretty riverside towns. Historic villages are found around every corner, from Longford on the outskirts of Launceston to Evandale, Ross and Campbell town along the Heritage Highway heading south.