Terms & Conditions of Entry



By purchasing a ticket to, or using gifted or complimentary tickets to attend a race meeting at a Brisbane Racing Club (BRC) Racecourse you are deemed to have accepted the below terms and conditions of entry. Additional restrictions apply to entry into the mounting yard, and entry to that area will not be granted unless patrons agree to those restrictions at time of entry
Patrons enter the racecourse at their own risk. The BRC accepts no responsibility for injury to any person (including injury resulting in death), or damage to loss of property of any patron occurring on or about either racecourse
The BRC reserves the right to refuse entry to, or remove from the racecourse any patron who, in the opinion of any BRC representative:
- Is behaving, or is in a group of persons behaving, in a manner which is causing or is likely to cause disruption, nuisance or offence to other patrons, harm to persons or horses, or damage to property
- Is dressed inappropriately
- Appears to be intoxicated or under the influence or possessing drugs. If you are caught bringing alcohol or illicit drugs in to the racecourse, your ticket will be forfeited and you will be escorted from the site with no re-entry. In the case of finding illicit drugs, the matter will be referred to the police.
- Fails to comply with any of these conditions to entry of the racecourse
Patrons may not bring animals onto the racecourse (other than a companion animal in the company of a sight- or hearing-impaired person)
Patrons are not permitted to trespass onto the racetrack at any time and will be prosecuted if they do so
Patrons may be requested to provide proof of identity and/or age at any time. Failure to comply may result in refusal of entry or eviction from venue
Patrons must not attempt to sell or distribute any goods or advertising, promotional or political materials or similar to persons attending the racecourse
Patrons must not conduct any advertising, promotional or political campaign or activity or commercial marketing (including with others) anywhere at the racecourse, without the written consent of the BRC
The BRC retains the right to refuse entry to any person, or to withdraw any person’s permission to remain on the premises at any time

Liquor Licensing & Minors
Alcohol must not be removed from the racecourse
It is an offence to sell, supply or obtain liquor on behalf of persons under the age of 18
Persons under the age of 18 years of age are not permitted entry to the racecourse unless accompanied by their parent or parent-type guardian. If the minor is deemed to be in breach of any conditions of entry, both the minor and the guardian will be refused entry or evicted from the premises. The BRC’s house policy dictates that their parent-type guardian must be:
Of parental age to the minor (i.e. at least 16 years older than the minor)
Accepts full responsibility for the minor for the duration of the event, as well as to and from the venue
On some occasions, events will be deemed to be open to guests 18 years and over only. These events will be advertised prior to the date. On these occasions, guests under the age of 18 years of age will not be permitted entry into the racecourse

Photography, Filming & Recording
BRC and other authorised parties may carry out photography and/or video recordings at the racecourse throughout the day which may feature patrons. By accepting these regulations, and entering the racecourse, patrons agree BRC or any authorised party may use such images in perpetuity in any promotional, advertising or publicity material in any format whatsoever. Patrons further agree that copyright in these materials rests with BRC or such authorised party (as the case may be).
Patrons must not, unless authorised by the BRC and in possession of a BRC approved or issued Media Pass and, if authorised, only on conditions determined by the BRC, take any photographs or make any films, video, digital or sound recordings (including by way of any hand held communications or device) within the racecourse for commercial purposes.

Breach of Conditions of Entry
If a patron breaches any of the above conditions, or the BRC (with reasonable cause) so directs, it may result in, without limitation:
Refusal of entry into the racecourse
Eviction from the racecourse
Requirement to surrender articles in your possession
Have your ticket confiscated or cancelled; and/or
Reporting to an appropriate law enforcement body

No refund or compensation of any kind will be provided for patrons who are refused entry or evicted from the racecourse by breaching these terms and conditions of entry