Caulfield Racecourse, Indoor Concourse Level, Rupert Clark Grandstand, Gate 23, Station Street, Caulfield East. Parking is available in Kambrook Car Park, which is entered via Gate 2 from Station Street (no 16 on attached map)
Steeped in history, racing was first held at the Caulfield Racecourse site in 1859. In Caulfield’s early days of racing, jockeys rode through rough bush, heath, and sand hills, earning Caulfield its affectionate nickname “The Heath”. The Heath at Caulfield Racecourse now fondly carries this nickname.
The café provides meals, cakes, plus alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
Parking is available in Kambrook Car Park, which is entered via Gate 2 from Station Street (no 16 on attached map)
Frankston, Dandenong, Cranbourne and Pakenham lines depart regularly from Flinders Street to Caulfield Station, located directly opposite the course. The journey from the City takes approximately 15 minutes. Additional services are provided during peak times.
Racegoers can catch a Route 3 or 3a tram and alight at Stop 56. From the city, Route 3 travels along Swanston Street and St. Kilda Road and operates weekdays only. Route 3a travels along Swanston Street, St Kilda Road and St Kilda Beach and operates weekends only. The journey takes approximately 25 minutes. From East Malvern, Route 3/3a services travel along Waverley Road.
Access to Caulfield is available from Stud Park Shopping Shopping Centre, Wellington Road, Monash University (Clayton) and Chadstone Shopping Centre via SmartBus Route 900. Travel time from Stud Park is approximately 50 minutes. Route 624 buses from Kew, Auburn Station, Tooronga Station and Holmesglen Station also operate to Caulfield.
For more information about public transport options, please visit the PTV website.