Whatever your reason for visiting Perth Racecourse we want to ensure you arrive safely, on time and ready to go! Whilst you’re here it is important to us that you are comfortable and have everything you need to enjoy your visit.
So from parking the car to finding the loos, having a flutter to booking a cab, our information section is here to help you make the most of your day at Perth Racecourse.
It is often the little things that are most needed when you visit a new venue!
Access and Assistance
We pride ourselves on all of our guests experiencing the same great day out or event. We have endeavoured where possible to provide access for wheelchairs and mobility scooters.
All of our restaurants have full wheelchair access, and lifts where necessary, and we have a number of raised wheelchair platforms around the track and Parade Ring for easy viewing.
Guide Dogs are always welcome and we are happy to provide a bowl of water for your hard working companion throughout the day in the summer months.
Upon request we can produce our brochures in large print PDFs.
Please do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any additional needs that we can assist with.
We have two enclosures at Perth Racecourse, the Grandstand and the Centre Course. The Centre Course is only open on weekend fixtures.
If you are a concession ticket holder (over 60, student or a disabled racegoer) please ensure you buy a Grandstand Concession ticket for Grandstand access.
If you qualify for a concession ticket and wish to go to the Centre Course please purchase a Centre Course ticket.
The concession and Centre Course tickets are of the same value. Please be aware that no Grandstand Concession ticket holders will be permitted into the Centre Course.
Track Cross Policy
Centre Course patrons are not permitted to cross the track in to the Grandstand enclosure. Similarly, Grandstand tickets do not permit access to the Centre Course.
This policy is in place to help protect track conditions and ensure the safety and enjoyment of racegoers. The steady rise in crowd numbers in recent years has in turn increased the risk of damage to the track with much higher volumes of racegoers crossing between races year on year. Therefore, this policy helps us maintain a safe level of track condition for both horse and jockey. Further, we are bound by our Sports Ground Safety Certificate and so this policy, along with e-ticketing data capture, allows us to more accurately monitor our actual crowd numbers in line with venue capacities.
There are a number of toilets dotted around the race course.
- The Betting Hall
- The Long Bar
- Between the entrance and the betting kiosk
- In the Grandstand Enclosure opposite Cafe Bindaree
- In the Centre Course Enclosure
There is a cash point machine in The Betting Hall.
First Aid Point on Raceday
First Aid Room, located opposite the Club Restaurant.
First Aid at Your Event (Non-Raceday)
Lower Nelson in the Nelson Stand. Please make the Event Manager aware.
We have an unrivalled 2,000 parking spaces which are available on raceday and corporate events, weddings, parties and celebrations.
Parking On Raceday
Please follow the clearly marked signs for parking and you will given instruction by our stewards. Parking within the designated areas is free for all raceday customers.
You may take your car into Centre Course on weekend racedays only, subject to availability.
Parking At Weddings, Events, Conferences and Corporate Days
Your event will be clearly signposted and the parking areas are marked. All parking is free.
Leaving Your Car
We would actively encourage you to plan ahead but if you need to leave your car overnight your vehicle is left at your own risk, please note the car park is not locked.
How to get to Perth Racecourse
Sat Nav Postcode: PH2 6BB (If your Sat Nav does not pick up the Postcode please try typing in Perth Racecourse as a venue).
Come off the M90 (towards Aberdeen & Dundee) at junction 11 signposted for Scone Palace & Blairgowrie. Follow Dundee Road through 2 sets of traffic lights upon the 3rd take the left fork signposted Blairgowrie & A93. Take a left onto Stormontfield road about 2 miles along the road signposted for the racecourse.
Raceday Shuttle Service
Stagecoach raceday service starts when gates open on each raceday or race evening.
Pick up point is opposite the Playhouse Cinema on Mill Street.
Return buses will leave racecourse 10 minutes after the last race and continue until after the raceday entertainment.
Bus tickets are £3 single & £4 return, operated as per a service bus.
It is advisable to make advance booking on racedays, however, we also have a taxi rank positioned near the back of the Owners and Trainers.
Perth Train Station is only 3 miles from Perth Racecourse with a well attended Taxi Rank at exit.
Please note: Due to an exceptionally busy day in the Centre Course Enclosure on Sunday 14 July, no helicopters will be permitted to land at the Racecourse. All aircraft can land at Perth Airport which is 10 minute drive from the Racecourse.
We have landing facilities in our centre course area, however we must be informed in advance of landing details - contact 01738 551 597
Easy access off the motorway network, make travel connections easy from Scottish airports.
Dundee Airport: 20 miles
Edinburgh airport: 40 miles
Glasgow Airport: 70 miles
Private landing facilities are available by arrangement at Scone Aerodrome which is only 2 miles away from the course
At Perth Racecourse we want everyone who chooses to come along and join in at an event or party at our venue to have a great time.
That's why we take our responsibilities to you seriously. Here you will find some handy guidelines on how to enjoy a great day out at Perth while keeping yourself safe. We've laid out our policy on two key areas for us: The Horse Comes First and Conditions of Entry.
We hope you have a thoroughly enjoyable day with us.