The next race day at Doomben Racecourse is Triple M Rocks Tattersall's Race Day on Saturday 21 July 2018

Doomben Race Course

Tattersall’s Racing Club can offer race day patrons 'The Lookout' for hosting intimate functions at Doomben Racecourse.

The space offers guests a birds eye view of the mounting yard so they can have a sneak peak at the race horses and finalise their choices before the race kicks off.

A Tattersall's Race Day is also the perfect opportunity to host your next birthday or corporate function. Tattersall's can offer patrons trackside viewing in the West Terraces or access to their own private Courtyard in the Courtyard Champions space.

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Doomben Racecourse

(07) 3268 2171
(07) 3868 2410


75 Hampden St, Ascot

Queensland, Australia 4007

Doomben Racecourse


Doomben Racecourse

  • Where is Doomben Racecourse?

    Doomben Racecourse is located on Hampden Road in Doomben.

  • How do I get to Doomben Racecourse?

    There are a number of transport options for getting to the racecourse, these include:

    Train: Doomben railway station is located a five-minute walk to the racecourse. Catch the Doomben line train from Roma Street, Central or Fortitude Valley stations.

    Bus: There is a bus stop located near Doomben Racecourse. Check with Translink on the correct bus and time.

    Taxi: A taxi rank is located right outside the main entrance

  • Can I park at Doomben Racecourse?

    There is limited free parking spaces at Doomben Racecourse. The public parking spaces is located inside the track. There are allocated disabled parking spaces located at Gate 5.

Race Day FAQS

  • How do I become a Tattersall’s Racing Club Member?

    All members of the Tattersall's Club are automatic members of the Tattersall's Racing Club. Benefits are one (1) Members' Badge and three (3) guest badges.  These badges gain admission to the course and the John Power Stand (Dress Regulations Apply). Valid only on Tattersall's Race Days.

    Additional John Power stand tickets are available for members on Tattersall's Race days. John Power stand tickets are complimentary. Tattersall's Racing Club holds four race meetings per year between Doomben and Eagle Farm Racecourse.

  • What is the dress code for a Tattersall’s Race Day?

    The dress code is as follows:

    Public Areas

    • Minimum respectable dress standards are required - dress t-shirts, collared shirts, jumpers, dress shorts and jeans are deemed appropriate.
    • Footwear must be worn at all times


    Members' and Corporate Hospitality Areas


    1 March to 30 November 

    • Collared shirt (tucked in)
    • Tailored trousers
    • Covered dress shoes
    • Plus either a tie or a tailored suit-style jacket or blazer 

    1 December to 28 February (Summer Dress Code)

    • Collared shirt (tucked in)
    • Tailored trousers
    • Covered dress shoes

    Ladies are required to be dressed neatly in keeping with contemporary standards; no bare midriffs

  • How do I book a private event or function space at a Tattersall's Race Day?

    Tattersall's Racing Club offers a range of venues at both Eagle Farm and Doomben Racecourses.

    Contact or 07 3331 8884 for current packages or follow event pages.

  • Are there any terms and conditions to review before I book?

    Yes, please ensure you read and understand the following terms and conditions document prior to booking a private space at any Tattersall's Race Day. If you have any queries please contact Tattersall's Racing Club on 07 3331 8884 or

  • Is there Fashions on the Field competition at any of the race days?

    Every June, Tattersall's Racing Club hosts a Fashions on the Field Competition. Race day patrons can enter on the day. Terms and conditions of entry are as follows:

    Entrants must be 18 years or older. Judges desicion is final. Tattersall's Racing Club staff are ineligable to enter. Tattersall's Racing Club reserves the right to entrants' images in promotional material for future marketing activities.

  • How do I sponsor a race day?

    Contact our Marketing Manager on 3331 8879 or

Regency Silver gilt Trophy c. 1826

This silver-gilt trophy was presented by the Duke of Richmond at the 1826 Egham Races. 

Egham, located in the south-eastern Surrey area of England, hosted race days until 1884. The Duke of Richmond, Earl of Mount Charles, was the Race Day Steward in 1826.