Koonara's Gold Cup Summer Club - Dec 2017

Date: Friday 1st, December 2017

Time: 1.30pm-7.30pm *extended marquee hours

Venue: Allan Scott Glenburnie Racecource, Mt Gambier

Cost: $195

Dress: your racing finest (suit and tie)

Ticket Sales:
Previous guests – Wednesday 30, August 2017
General public – Wednesday 6, September 2017

WELCOME TO PARADISE!

Racing fans get set to do it all again – as we celebrate two Mount Gambier Gold Cups in 2017.

However you can expect something a little different at our ultra glamorous Summer Club…

Join us for a tropical-villa vibe with prime views of the finish line in sophisticated surroundings, with gourmet food, live entertainment, and a selection of our award winning wines.

Our marquee has extended twilight racing hours from 1.30pm-7.30pm. Please come dressed in your racing finest (suit and tie).

Hurry tickets are limited to 350 people.

WHAT YOUR TICKET INCLUDES

  • Entry into the racecourse
  • Private TAB in our marquee
  • Prime views of the finish line
  • Plasma TV race coverage
  • Live music from Warrnambool’s Tank Dilemma and DJ lounge set
  • Cocktail style food served throughout the day. We’ll also have an all day grazing table
  • Tea and coffee provided by Mount Gambier’s Bricks & Mortar Coffee Co
  • Our award winning wines served throughout the day
  • Carlton Draught, Dry and Great Northern beers
  • Private toilets and cloakroom
  • $5 donation to the RCD Foundation

ABOUT THE RCD FOUNDATION

$5 from every ticket sold will be donated to the Robert Connor Dawes Foundation (RCD Foundation), a charity dedicated to the research of pediatric brain tumours.

The RCD Foundation is battling brain tumours and supporting brain matters in the areas of research, care and development. Created in June 2013 in the memory of Robert Connor Dawes.

Brain cancer is the most fatal of all childhood cancers, killing more children in Australia than any other disease.

Medical research into childhood brain cancer is the key to improving treatment and finding a cure. Current clinical treatments only help 50% of children, but leave 90% with lifelong physical and mental impairments.

Read more about The RCD Foundation