Sporting Chance Family Raceday

Eagle Farm Racecourse

Sporting Chance Family Raceday  is the perfect day out for the whole family at Eagle Farm Racecourse with Nickelodeon and Dreamworks characters for young ones and live racing on the track for the young at heart.

Sporting Chance Family Raceday

Despicable Me™, How To Train Your Dragon 2™, Minions Dance Party™, Shimmer & Shine™ and Trolls™ will all be there with an array of stage shows, kids' workshops, character meet & greets & activities to enjoy.

Sporting Chance Family raceday

And that's not all - there'll be super fun free kids activities at the track all day including a jumping castle, inflatable hoop-shooting game, craft zone, Golf Central Zone and lawn games.

Sporting Chance family Raceday

But the fun isn't just for the little ones - for grown-ups there's black-type racing on the track as well as trackside food trucks and pop-up bars so parents can sit back, relax and enjoy themselves too.

Sporting Chance Family Raceday

Need to know - Tickets available from just $5pp for children 2 – 7 years old and $10 for adults. Giddy Up Club membership available from just $20 for 1 child and 2 adults. Family Picnic Pass is available from $55 per family which includes pre-made picnic lunch for 2 adults and 2 children (admission not included).

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Sporting Chance Family Raceday

Eagle Farm Racecourse

230 Lancaster Rd

Ascot

Apr 27 Gates open 10.30am

From $5pp.

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