Visitors are welcome to the Landor Races please see the map for details of camping areas and facilities.
Eastern Gascoyne Race Club – Visitor Information
Welcome to the 96th anniversary of the annual Landor race meeting to be held over the weekend of the 29th September – 2nd October 2016. We hope you enjoy a truly memorable and unique weekend at one of the last true bush race meetings in Australia. Our committee is proud of the Landor tradition and are dedicated to its’ survival. Here are a few bits and pieces of information for visitors new to Landor so that you can join in and have fun.
Please note: All campsites along the creek ( and immediately adjacent) are traditional established sites. Some of these sites have been occupied by the same station for 80 years or more. As a traditional bush meeting, the history and connection of the families that have been coming to the Landor Races create the unique atmosphere that we have.
If you do happen to setup in one of these traditional campsites you will be asked to move to another site. We thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Doctor & RFDS – MEDICAL camp is located towards the northern end of the station camps.
Ambulance – Located at the MEDICAL camp, will be on course during race afternoons and gymkhana
Security – staff are on duty every evening and during race days.
Police – located at police camp
President – Doug Brownlie,
Vice President – Don Hammarquist
Secretary – Sandy Wendt, located at the Milly Milly camp or at the Secretary’s room at the hall during race afternoons
Telephone – A satellite phone for emergency use is available. Contact the secretary or committee member if needed.
Admission – Adults $60, $15 for 10 to under 18 and under 10’s are free. You must have an admission wristband to be on course and you will not be granted entry to the bar and hall area over the weekend without one. Admission price includes entry into the raffle for a prize valued at approx $300.00
Showers and toilets – sufficient facilities are situated throughout the grounds. Visiting camper facilities are situated near visitor camp grounds. Toilet paper – is a service provided which is topped up daily by the committee to ablution blocks, if it runs short you can get more from the bar on request.
Water – the course has ample supplies, PLEASE NOTE – WATER SUPPLIES WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE UNTIL THURSDAY PM.
Power – there are no powered campsites.
Bar facilities – the public bar is licensed and requires all patrons to display a current membership tag or you will be refused service. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. The committee also welcomes any assistance and help with the bar roster over the weekend. Bar closes 12 am.
Social Calendar – refer to the Race book for a programme of the weekend’s timetable of activities.
Rubbish – Bins are provided at the racecourse, camps are requested to daily take your rubbish to tip on the east of Aurillia Creek.
Wood – Limited wood is provided at some shower blocks, but visitors will need to collect their own. We suggest you travel at least 5km north of the racecourse to preserve stocks or on the eastern side of the Aurillia Creek.
Ice – on sale daily at the bar between 8.30AM and 10:00AM.
Fuel – on sale from Tanker- 8am to 9am, or as advised via announcements
Vehicles –keep your speed below 40km/hr around the grounds. Police and committee will monitor patron’s behaviour in vehicles. No under-aged or un-licensed drivers permitted.
Horses – Parents – please keep your kids away from horses to avoid accidents. Not all horses are as well mannered as your kids!
BITS AND PIECES
Raffle – a fundraiser for the benefit of the race club, Gymkhana Club and the RFDS is being run over the weekend. Please support this for your chance at some great prizes.
Souvenirs – unique souvenirs of a unique event are available at the souvenir shed.
Games – Tug-of-war and desert dash for everyone is a highlight of the gymkhana afternoon. Come along and join in; register on the afternoon.
Kids Party – Friday 6.30 to 8.00pm. Theme Disco Fever and all kids are invited. Dancing, games and heaps of lollies.
Outback Ball – Saturday 9pm till late. Theme Neon Lights or Dress Formal
Young Ones Night- Sunday 9.30 pm to 12 am. An evening in the hall organised and run by and for the Under 30’s
THE EASTERN GASCOYNE RACE CLUB PROMOTES RESPONSIBLE DRINKING.
Lisas of Landor have a great Menu