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Ladies Oaks Day 2017


It’s no secret that Hot 91.1's Ladies Oaks Day is one of the hottest events on the Sunshine Coast social calendar, attended by over 8000 people! It's a day filled with champagne, fashion, food, racing and celebrity guests.

In our 13th year, we have joined forces with The Cindy Mackenzie Breast Cancer Program at the Sunshine Coast Private Hospital as our main beneficiary of the day.  

Come out to the Sunshine Coast Turf Club on Friday 2nd June 2017 for live racing, roving entertainment, fashions on the field and a big screen TV on the course. This race day is not to be missed!

Featuring live entertainment by: THUNDAMENTALS



(Pic - layout of Ladies Oaks Day)

What to bring:

  • ID – this is strictly an 18+ event and ID must be shown upon entry.
  • Sun protection! Although we supply a lot of outdoor furniture with umbrellas it can be a hot, long day in the sun.
  •  There are 4 ATM’s located inside the course. All bets are to be placed with cash only. While front gate ticket sellers, food outlets and beverage ticket sellers have EFTPOS facilities, cash is highly recommended on the day.

What not to bring:

  •  Alcohol is strictly prohibited as we are a fully licenced venue. Liquid of all sorts are also banned. Alcohol, water and soft drinks will be available for purchase on the day.

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