The Sydney Everest Carnival in Spring kicks off on September 17 for eight weeks of world-class racing at Royal Randwick and Rosehill Gardens.
With The Everest at Royal Randwick as the highlight, the world’s richest turf race with a prize pool of $15 million in its sixth running, plus the return of the Golden Eagle to Rosehill Gardens, the 2022 Sydney Everest Carnival promises to be a celebration of world-class racing, hospitality and style.
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And they’re off!
And they’re off!
A day at the races is a Sydney tradition. There are major racing carnivals held in Spring and Autumn, as well as special race days throughout the year. The horses might be the main attraction, but you’ll also find fashion, food, entertainment and much more off the track.
There’s no better place to find the perfect race-day outfit than Sydney, the fashion capital of Australia. Try on the best at modern malls, grand colonial arcades and boutique shopping strips, where international brands, distinct local labels and bespoke custom-made pieces will help you turn heads.
Whether you're seeking Sydney Harbour views, a neighbourhood with a story to tell, creature comforts on a budget or a stylish stay close to the track in the city’s Western suburbs, Sydney’s many accommodation options will help you slip into play mode. For everything you need in the one place – food, entertainment and sumptuous rooms – opt for a stay at The Star.
History is imbued in the streets of Randwick, with glamorous Art Deco buildings forming iconic neighbourhood hangouts, a melting pot of diverse cuisines a symbol of its now multicultural residents and a racing heritage that goes back to 1833. Conveniently located between Coogee Beach and Centennial Park, Randwick has something for everyone.
A stone’s throw away from the racecourse at Rosehill Gardens, the Parramatta suburb is full of surprises - with its sprawling parklands with a convict history, legendary landmarks from a bygone era, hidden pockets of paradise and an epic dining scene. A natural wonderland with a colourful mix of history and diverse, award-winning eats, explore the cultural playground in the beating heart of Western Sydney.
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