Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Allan Scott Glenburnie Racecourse has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Mount Gambier is one of South Australia’s largest regional centres and it is well known for its unique and ancient landscapes as well as adrenaline rushing sporting events. One of the most popular courses in this region is the Allan Scott Glenburnie Racecourse which is regarded as the jewel of South Australia.
It is located about 439km South East of Adelaide and is one of the major track attractions in Mount Gambier.
Allan Scott Glenburnie Racecourse, Race Club Address, Mount Gambier
The Glenburnie Racecourse’ main event is usually the Mount Gambier Cup Carnival. The Gold Cup race is usually held in May each year. Gates are usually opened two hours before the first local race kicks off. The racecourse provides indoor and outdoor facilities including undercover stands and modern club rooms. From these rooms, you will be in a position to view the races while you enjoy tasty delicacies.
The Glenburnie Racecourse is more than just a racing event host. During its events, a wide range of entertainment activities also takes place. For instance, the O’Connor and Graney Function Centre provides great entertainment services to all spectators, thanks to its complete kitchen and bar facilities. The centre, which can accommodate up to 200 revellers, offers a great view of the entire racecourse giving you a picture-perfect view of what’s happening during the race. Therefore, Glenburnie Racecourse is the perfect location to view horse racing.