Australia’s Biggest Charity Race Day

Join in the fun at Grand Pavilion at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday, 25 August 2018 for a gourmet champagne lunch and 9 races at the ASX Thomson Reuters Charity Foundation Race Day. Wheelchair Sports NSW is one of the benefiting charities and your attendance will contribute to our share of the proceeds. The more tickets and tables we sell to our supporters – the more funds we will receive from the day.

The event will include a number of top racing personalities and connections, Fashion in the Fields, a stunning charity auction and raffle as well as music and dancing and of course a flutter on the horses.

Ticket Inclusions:

1. Entry tickets to Rosehill Gardens Racecourse on 25 August 2018
2. Complimentary parking in the infield of the race track
3. Entry to the Grand Pavilion Ballroom with viewing terrace of the finishing straight and winning post
4. A 3 course sit down gourmet lunch – with full waiter service
5. A glass of French champagne on arrival
6. A 5 hour drinks package of sparkling, white and red wines, beer and soft drinks
7. Entertainment and dancing
8. 9 horse races on the day
9. TAB betting facilities in the ballroom as well as on-course bookies
10. A complimentary Race Guide for each guest
11. A stunning charity auction – fully electronic – so no noisy auctioneer
12. A charity raffle with stunning prizes
13. Coach transport to and from major suburbs (has to be pre-booked at an additional cost of $30 per person)

*Cost (including GST)

Table of 10 – $2,200
Individual ticket – $230 each 

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WS NSW would be sincerely grateful if you would consider taking a table or some tickets at the event. If you are able to support us please complete the form below (or download and print this form) and we will make all the arrangements for your invitations and tickets for the day


Wheelchair Sports NSW (WS NSW), formed in 1961, is a charitable organisation responsible for the development, promotion and delivery of wheelchair sport in NSW.

It all started more than 50 years ago with a few visionary wheelchair members who believed in the power of sport to rehabilitate and integrate.