Clubs & Courses
EllerslieClubs & Courses Index
ClubsThe following clubs race at Ellerslie:
Hospitality: Ellerslie offers an extensive and varied range of corporate and public hospitality options, from reserved dining or grandstand boxes to marquees or private function rooms. To enquire about hospitality options on a particular raceday call 09 520 6329 or visit www.ellerslie.co.nz
Dining: There is also a wide range of café and casual dining options available in both the Ellerslie and Ascot Grandstands.
Ellerslie Event Centre: The recently refurbished Event Centre is available for hire all year round on non-racedays. There are 26 different rooms available that offer a unique and versatile setting for both small intimate gatherings to some of this country’s biggest indoor and outdoor events. The Event Centre also offers full catering, service and AV requirements.
Ellerslie Stand: The Newmarket Room (Ground Floor) and Pakuranga Hunt Lounge (2nd Floor) offer café style dining options and easy access to the main public seating and lawn areas. The Chairman’s Club (2nd Floor) provides a restaurant atmosphere with buffet style dining and spectacular views of the track. The Chairman’s Club is available on all Premier Racedays and selected non-feature racedays, by pre-booking only. Contact the Auckland Racing Club on 09 524 4069 for all enquiries regarding the Chairman’s Club.
Ascot Stand (Members Stand): The New Zealand Room on the 5th floor provides a spectacular, panoramic view of the entire racecourse with café style food and both indoor and outdoor casual seating. Piccolo’s Bar on the ground floor provides easy access to the Parade Ring and grandstand seating with casual café style dining including gourmet hamburgers. Access to the Ascot Stand may be purchased on raceday. Pricing varies between $10-$50 depending on the raceday classification.
For more information or to make a booking email [email protected].
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