Pinjarra Race Club is situated on Racecourse Road, Pinjarra, an idyllic location 85km south-west of Perth in the beautiful Peel Region.

Admission Prices 

  Adults Concession Under 16
Midweek Meetings
(Wednesday & Thursday)
$6 $3 FREE
Weekend Meetings &
Public Holidays
$10 $5 FREE
Magic Millions Day $15 $10 FREE
Pinjarra Cup Day  $25 $20 FREE
Members' Lounge Day Passes* $15 $15                
Members' Lounge Day Passes (*Pinjarra Cup Day and Magic Millions Day $65 plus admission)

Members’ Lounge Day Passes are available at the race day office on all race days with Pinjarra Cup and Magic Millions Day limited to capacity restrictions. Limited Pinjarra Cup and Magic Millions Day ticketing is available at $65 per person plus General Admission of $25 and $15 respectively.

Passes entitle bearers access to the Members' lounge on the day of issue and does not guarantee seating, price quoted above is on top of the admission price.

Note: Dress Standards do apply in Members, Bridles and Sponsors Lounge only, please click here for further information.

Abandoned Meetings - in the event of a meeting being called off during the raceday and prior to the feature event as deemed by the Pinjarra Race Club, the club will issue General Admission tickets of equal value to future meeting/s to patrons who apply to the office.


Racebooks are available every race day from the Merchandise Kiosk (just inside the main gate) or if closed at the Race Day Office or Admissions Box.

Price: $4      ($5 - Pinjarra Cup and Magic Millions Day)

Race Day Entertainment

In addition to live racing action, visitors to Pinjarra Park will enjoy a variety of entertainment and activities throughout the racing season. Themed race days, live music, special events, race day competitions, promotions, draws and more are on offer to entertain you!

For our younger guests we offer free Children’s Entertainment on weekends and public holiday meetings only.

The Winter race meeting entertainment is subject to weather conditions and forecasts.

Children’s Entertainment, provided on a rotating basis, includes Balloon Twister, Bouncy Castles, Face Painting and Pony Rides.

For Function and Group Bookings, please visit the Hospitality section of our website.


Raceday's - What can I bring?

Pinjarra Park Grounds (Licensed Areas) and the Car park area's are privately owned property and as such terms and conditions apply to entry.

You can bring your own food and SEALED non alcoholic drinks to Pinjarra Park. Your own food may be consumed in the grounds, but not in the restaurants and or the Members' Area. 

Please note that it is a condition of entry to the racecourse that all bags and other carriers (such as drink coolers, cool drink containers with seals broken, flasks, eskies, prams etc.) are permitted to be searched for prohibited goods prior to your entry to the racecourse.  

Prohibited items:

  • Alcoholic beverages - includes opened soft drink containers
  • Glassware
  • BBQ's and Gas Bottles (Unless with prior written consent by the PRC Committee.)
  • Market umbrellas, mobile structures, camper type and tents
  • Animals except as approved insured vendors (guide dogs are permitted)
  • Flags, Signage, balloons and banners (unless with prior written consent from the Pinjarra Race Club)
  • Any projectiles as deemed by the Pinjarra Race Club
  • Signage of any description as deemed by the club, whether offensive or not or conflicting with the policy  of the club or its sponsors.
  • Display of offensive clothing/wording as deemed by the Pinjarra Race Club
  • Additionally due to Liqour Licensing restrictions  Alcohol must not be removed past admission gates and will be confiscated from patrons by security prior to exit via gates AND;
  • carparks are for the use of Pinjarra Park patrons only

Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA)

As a Licenced venue the club enforces a strict Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) policy and will not tolerate anti-social behaviour under any circumstances whether RWWA licenced or not.

The Pinjarra Race Club also reserves the right to refuse admission for patrons to its premises should we believe it necessary for the enjoyment of patrons In general.

Racegoers who appear under 25 years old and propose to drink alcohol will be asked to provide ID to obtain a wristband for service. RSA officers will be monitoring crowd behaviour and patron/s must leave the  premises immediately if asked to do so by security.