The following are the entry prices and terms & conditions as set by the committee and executive of the Pinjarra Race Club Inc. (Pinjarra Park) the "club" to help you the "racegoer" and/or "patron's" and/or "racegoers" to have a relaxing day at the races.
Every race club is different and operates independently, so it is important that you read the following TERMS and CONDITIONS.
The general admission gates at Pinjarra Park open approximately 1.5 hours prior to the first race for weekend and some public holiday meetings. For midweek meetings gates open approximately 1 hour prior to the first race
Up to the minute starting and gate opening times can be obtained from our Facebook page. For race times and racing information, please click here.
Bars open ONE hour prior to the first and close ONE hour after the last race as per our general liquor licensing conditions OR of the club has a pre-arranged event AFTER the meetin. Patrons will be directed to the Main Bar under the Grandstand shortly after the completion of the last race should they wish to continue to order and consume beverages
Note: Per licensing policy drinks must be consumed within 15 minutes of bar closure. Bars close ONE hour after the last race or at the discretion on the Approved Manager.
Betting Facilities (TABs and Totes) open ONE hour prior to the first and close shortly after the last race.
If you are unable to have you betting ticket checked on a race day, you can take it to your local TAB. For TAB locations, please check www.tabtouch.com.au.
General Admission prices
|Adults||Pension or Concession||Under 16|
|Midweek Meetings |
(Wednesday & Thursday)
|Weekend Meetings & |
|Magic Millions Ladies Day||$15||$10||FREE|
|Pinjarra Cup Day||$25||$20||FREE|
Note: In the event of a meeting being called off during the race day 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.
Members' Lounge day pass
(+ General admission above )
|Normal Race Days||$15|
|Magic Millions Ladies Day||$65|
|Pinjarra Cup Day||$65|
Notes regarding Members' Lounge day passes:
- Passes are available at the race day office on most race days, subject to capacity restrictions.
- Passes entitle bearers to access the Members' lounge on the date of issue
- Seating is on a first come/first served basis and cannot be guaranteed only for seasonal window seating paid upfront. Like most sporting venues existing window seat holders have the first right of refusal of renewal
- Prices are additional to General Admission prices
- Dress Standards do apply to Members Lounge admission, please click here for further information. Bridles and Sponsor/Committee Lounge Guests also are expected to comply however is subject to Executive discretion.
- Main Bar - under the grandstand
- Ledger lawn
- Members Lounge
- Bridles Restaurant
- The Sponsors Lounge
TAB (Tote) and TAB Fixed Odd's Betting locations follow:
- Main tote - under the Grandstand
- Ledger lawn/bar
- Bookies bar
- Members Lounge
- Bridles Restaurant
- Sponsors Lounge
During peak times, mobile TAB vans and automated TAB self-service terminals are available.
Locations are as follows:
- Race Day Office
- Either under the Grandstand or at Admissions Gate
Further locations may be available on feature days.
Local bookmakers are available on-course, under the main grandstand.
Cash out/EFTPOS facilities are available from the following locations:
- Race Day Office
- Main Grandstand ATM (under, behind bar) or at the Admissions Gate.
Note: Like other betting venues, you cannot withdraw from a CREDIT CARD at Pinjarra Park. A surcharge may apply on cash-out transactions.
Our facilities cater to disabled and abled persons.
Our venue features the following:
- Parking: The car park has several disabled parking spaces close to the Main Entry Gate. Please ask our friendly car park staff for assistance.
- Lift Access: The lift provides access to the upper (restaurant bookings) level of the grandstand, access is via the undercroft of the grandstand
- Race viewing areas: Wheelchair viewing platforms (accessible via a ramp) are located at the front of the Grandstand’s Public Seating Area.
- Toilets: Disabled Toilets are located within the Public Toilet complex.
Should you require further assistance, please speak to our race day office staff or contact us prior to attending so we can assist you further.
Pinjarra Park aims to provide a relaxed, country-style atmosphere for our racegoers.
On Feature Days and if you are entering Fashions on the Field events, we recommend you dress to impress in traditional race wear.
Members, Bridles and Committee/Sponsors Lounge
Dress Standards do apply to access the Members Lounge, please click here for further information. Bridles and Committe/Sponsor Lounge Guests also are expected to comply.
The First Aid Room is located behind the race day Office. We are certain that our friendly First Aid Staff can assist - while a race is in progress the post will be unmanned for a brief period.
An Ambulance and a race day Doctor are also on-course for every race meeting for emergencies. Contact security or the office if the Raceday Doctor is required.
Please note: During peak periods, a triage system may be in place (i.e.: The sickest are seen the quickest).
Groups and Functions
Enjoy a day out at the Pinjarra Park with a group of friends or as a work function either on or a race day or non-race day.
We can help you with hospitality, marquee's/gazebo's and much more
For further information, visit our Groups and Functions page.
Merchandise and Souvenirs
Our Merchandise Kiosk, open on weekend/holiday feature race meetings only, offers a wide range of Pinjarra Park Souvenirs including Stubby Holders, Polo Shirts, Caps. Racebooks are also available for purchase.
Stubby Holders are also available at all bars.
Mobile Phone Charging
The mobile phone charging station is currently not available to racegoers.
Please do not leave your phone unattended.
Western Racepix is the provider of on-course photography to Pinjarra Park/Pinjarra Race Club Inc. Permission must be sought from the Club by ALL entities if taking photos for commercial purposes. Photos/video footage taken on club property by the authorised photographer can be utilised by same for marketing purposes we see fit.
For all race photography inquiries, including orders, please contact the Club approved photographer:
Phone: (08) 9379 3902
Public Seating in the appropriate marked areas is available in the Grandstand. In addition, the club provides a limited number of free tables and chairs. Gazebos erected are reserved as marked.
For Function and Group Bookings, please visit the Hospitality section of our website.
Public Toilets and a Disabled Persons Toilet are located between the Merchandising Kiosk and the Family of Man Restaurant adjacent to the main gate.
Additional toilets are available in the Members’ Lounge.
Race Day Office
The Race Day Office is the main contact point for any inquiries on race days - located next to the Mounting Yard and Jockeys Area.
The Race Day Office also has:
- EFTPOS Facilities ($2.50 Cash out transaction surcharge applies)
- Members’ Lounge Passes
Trainers, Jockeys, and Bookmakers can collect their free Racebooks from the Race day office. Winning Owners can collect their complimentary DVDs at the end of the race meeting at Administration.
Racehorse Owners (only) can collect their Racebooks and receive free entry from the Owners Window at the Admissions Gate. Syndicates receive free entry and racebooks for up to a MAXIMUM of 15 people. Note: Owners names must be listed in the racebook to access these privileges.
Race Times, Fields and Results
All Race day fields and results are available from the RWWA website under the CRIS heading, click here to be directed to their site.
Racebooks are available every weekend/holiday race day from the Merchandise Kiosk (just inside the main gate) and/or the Race Day Office and Admissions Box. For midweek meetings, books are available only from the main bar or main tote under the grandstand.
|Normal Race Days||$4|
|Magic Millions Day||$5|
|Pinjarra Cup Day||$5|
General terms and condition
Just like any Professional sports venue, certain restrictions apply to the items you can bring the races. Pinjarra Park is also a licensed premises for the service of alcohol and in addition a licensed race course for the provision of racing and gambling.
Pinjarra Park (including carparks) are private property. Parking areas are provided at the club's discretion for racegoers only.
Certain rules and regulations as per the Terms and Conditions displayed at entry points, have been put into place due to our Liquor License 'House Rules'/Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA), Liquor Control Act (1988), Occupational Safety and Health (OSH), Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA) Rules of Racing and general venue rules to help ensure racegoer enjoys a pleasant day at the races.
You can bring your own food and SEALED non-alcoholic drinks (cans only). Your own food and soft drink cans may be consumed in the grounds, but NOT in the restaurants and or the Members' Area.
It is a condition of entry to the racecourse that ALL bags and other carriers (including, but not limited to: drink coolers, cool drink containers with seals broken, flasks, eskies, prams, bags etc...) must be made available to be checked for prohibited goods prior to being granted entry to the racecourse.
Persons under 18 are permitted on course however must be strictly supervised by a responsible adult. Liquor Enforcement Inspectors have recommended unaccompanied/lost children be escorted by club officials or security to the Raceday office and parents called over the PA system
- Alcoholic beverages
- Opened soft drink containers
- Knives or weapons of any kind as deemed by the Pinjarra Race Club
- BBQ's and Gas Bottles (Unless with prior written consent by the Pinjarra Park)
- Market umbrellas, mobile structures, camper type and tents - includes anything that can flap or needs fixing to ground damaging irrigation
- Animals (except as approved by Pinjarra Park & insured vendors, guide dogs are also permitted HOWEVER not near horses)
- Flags, Signage, balloons and banners (Unless with prior written consent by the Pinjarra Park)
- Any projectiles as deemed by the Pinjarra Race Club including balls to avoid harm to horses and participants.
- Signage of any description unless approved in writing by the CEO
- Display of offensive clothing/wording as deemed by Pinjarra Race Club ano/or the CEO
- Person's to whom are disqualified under RWWA, Australian or International Rules of Racing
- Person's to whom have been previously removed or banned from the venue
Under RSA guidelines and the Pinjarra Race Club (Inc.) licence, alcohol cannot be removed past admission gates. Unfinished alcohol must either be disposed of OR it will be confiscated by security prior to exit.
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 (irrespective of whether the person(s) are RWWA licenced or not).
The club also reserves the right to refuse admission for persons to the club premises should our staff believe it necessary for the quiet enjoyment of patrons in general.
Patrons 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 monitor crowd for anti-social behaviour and patron/s must leave the premises immediately if asked to do so by security. It is an serious prosecutable offence under the Liquor Control Act to refuse to leave licensed premises if asked to do so by an RSA/Club Officer.