Carnarvon Cup

Location: Carnarvon Race Club

Carnarvon racecourse boasts stunning views of the Indian Ocean and surrounding Browns Range. Run by Carnarvon Race Club, celebrating the origins of the club and the land it sits on is important, as recognised through their Racing on Country race meetings.


Tickets can be purchased at the gate upon arrival to the Carnarvon Racecourse. Information on packages and member tickets can be found on the club’s Facebook page at:

Top 5 things to do in Carnarvon

There is lots to do in Carnarvon including:

  • Visit the Carnarvon Space and Technology Museum
  • See the HMAS Sydney II Memorial & Wall Of Remembrance
  • Completet the heritage walking trail
  • Take a trip out to Coral Bay
  • Take photos at the cactus garden

View more ideas of things to do in Carnarvon here.

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About Carnarvon Race Club

Carnarvon Racecourse is located over 800km north of Perth, Western Australia’s capital city and approximately 2km from the town centre. The track boasts stunning views of the Indian Ocean and surrounding Browns Range.

The Gascoyne region has a rich racing history, with the Carnarvon Race Club, who manages the racecourse, being established in 1883. During its almost 140 years in operation, the Carnarvon Race Club has seen an enormous number of influential people be involved and shape the club into what it is today, including many who come from Indigenous descent. Carnarvon Race Club where one of the first clubs to recognise this history, hosting a Racing on Country meeting.

The Carnarvon Racecourse holds meetings from May until September, ending the season with the Carnarvon Cup.

More Information

Facebook: Carnarvon Race Club

Cornish St,
Massey Bay WA 6701