Canterbury races are run at Canterbury Park Racecourse, which is run by the Australian Turf Club. Prior to the formation of the ATC in 2011, the Sydney Turf Club ran and operated the Rosehill Gardens Racecourse while the Australian Jockey Club operated the other two Sydney metropolitan racetracks, Royal Randwick Racecourse and Warwick Farm Racecourse.

There are no Group 1 races run at Canterbury Park, although in 2008 the Queen Of The Turf and the Ranvet Stakes were held there.

Canterbury Park is home to Sydney night racing with the club conducting six night racing meetings a season. The first of the Sydney night races is held in early December with the last of the night meetings conducted in March.

Sydney night racing at Canterbury races is a fun and exciting night out for many patrons who can’t get to Canterbury Saturday races or the midweek Canterbury races due to work commitments.

Canterbury Racecourse Details

State: New South Wales
Circumference: 1567 Meters
Direction: clockwise
Straight: 308 Metres

The Canterbury Racecourse has a track circumference of 1567 metres with a final straight of only 308 metres.

Canterbury Park Racecourse Map

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Address: King St, Canterbury, NSW 2193, Australia
Telephone: (02) 9930 4000

Getting to Canterbury Races

You can use public transport to get to Canterbury races. There is a free bus Shuttle service provided by the club that runs every hour to take patrons to the track from Strathfield Station.