Brisbane Racing Club

Dress Code

Brisbane Racing Club's Dress Code for Members' Reserve and Corporate Areas at Eagle Farm Racecourse and Doomben Racecourse.

Brisbane Racing Club members have a tradition of dressing smartly and appropriately in keeping with contemporary racing style.

To avoid inconvenience on raceday, please ensure that your attire, and that of your guests, is appropriate for the Members’ Reserve at both Eagle Farm & Doomben Racecourses.


Members’ Reserve and Corporate Areas

The below dress regulations apply when visiting the Brisbane Racing Club Members' Reserve and corporate areas at Eagle Farm and Doomben Racecourses.

Relaxed Dress Code - 1 December to 31 March

 

 

Saturday's & Public Holidays

Gentlemen*

Short-sleeved collared business shirt tucked in with tailored fashion trousers and covered dress shoes.

Ladies*

Neat dress in keeping with contemporary standards. No bare midriffs.

Mid Week

The Members’ Reserves are open to all, with patrons requested to dress in a neat and tidy manner. 

 

 *Denim, joggers, thongs and shorts are not permitted in Members’ Reserve areas.
*Members and their Guests and Owners may be  denied entry by BRC staff if the above regulations are not adhered to.
*Shoes are to be worn at all times around the venue.
*BRC Management reserves the right to exercise discretion in respect to dress regulations.

Standard Dress Code - 1 April to 30 April & 1 August - 1 December

 

 

Saturday's & Public Holidays

Gentlemen*

Long-sleeved collared business shirt tucked in with tailored fashion trousers and covered dress shoes.

Ladies*

Neat dress in keeping with contemporary standards. No bare midriffs.

Mid Week

The Members’ Reserves are open to all, with patrons requested to dress in a neat and tidy manner. 

 

*Denim, joggers, thongs and shorts are not permitted in Members’ Reserve areas.
*Members and their Guests and Owners may be  denied entry by BRC staff if the above regulations are not adhered to.
*Shoes are to be worn at all times around the venue.
*BRC Management reserves the right to exercise discretion in respect to dress regulations.

Carnival Dress Code - 1 May to 31 July

Saturday's & Public Holidays

Gentlemen*

Long-sleeved collared business shirt tucked in with a tie or a tailored suit jacket or blazer with tailored fashion trousers and covered dress shoes.

Ladies*

Neat dress in keeping with contemporary standards. No bare midriffs.

Mid Week

The Members’ Reserves are open to all, with patrons requested to dress in a neat and tidy manner. 

 

 *Denim, joggers, thongs and shorts are not permitted in Members’ Reserve areas.
*Members and their Guests and Owners may be  denied entry by BRC staff if the above regulations are not adhered to.
*Shoes are to be worn at all times around the venue.
*BRC Management reserves the right to exercise discretion in respect to dress regulations.