Cranbourne Racecourse is located at Grant Street Cranbourne VICTORIA.
Cranbourne Racecourse is operated by the Cranbourne Turf Club and is Victoria's home of Sunday racing with 22 Sunday race meetings held every season.
The Cranbourne Racecourse is located only 42kms south east of Melbourne, just off the South Gippsland Highway and only 15 minutes from Dandenong and Frankston.
Cranbourne Turf Club is perfectly located to experience a fully catered corporate function for a get together with family & friends.
The Cranbourne Racecourse is the largest training complex in the Southern Hemisphere, Cranbourne trained horses continually excel throughout Victoria.
Eight time Group One winner Apache Cat trained by Greg Eurell, Zarita trained by Pat Hyland, Mick Kent's Banana Man & Colin Alderson's Sky Heights were all based at Cranbourne and all local heroes.
The Cranbourne Cup is run in mid October each year.
CRANBOURNE TURF CLUB
PO Box 37
Ph. (03) 5996 1300
Fax (03) 5996 4972
Racing first commenced at Cranbourne with a two day meeting held on 22nd & 23rd April 1867. One of the Champions of the Turf, Manikato won his first start at Cranbourne as a two-year-old in 1978.
Cranbourne Racecourse has long runs to the first turns in all race starts. There is an uphill run from the 600m to the winning post. The track is irrigated and well-grassed and races well all-year round. Soil type is sandy loam.
Cranbourne Racetrack has a course circumference of 1700 metres and has a home straight 300 metres long.