Camel Cup Alice Springs 2022
Racing In the Red Centre:
Assuming you are searching for a remarkable Australian occasion gather your sacks for the Northern Territory’s Uluru camel cup. In the core of Australia’s outback, it’s all about a camels race to find the fastest camel in Australia.
The biggest small-town event in the Territory. Its normally one of the biggest days on the Australian racing calendar. While the crowd may have been digital this year, it didn’t dampens the excitement of the camel cup.
Set Your Alarms:
Friday,27 May 2022- Saturday,28 May 2022
Uluru Camel Farm
10 kali Cct, Yulara Northern Territory 0872
Uluru Camel Cup CO-Founder:
- Chris Hill
- Lisa Evans
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History Of the Race:
The first Uluru Camel Cup was held on a Wednesday “Hump Day” in 2012 it was largely attended by local Yulara residents and was a huge success, the winning Camel was ‘Lazy Dazy’
Mission they are Continuing:
Still managing to bring people all over the world to embrace the Race and each year Uluru Camel Cup Racing Club will donate part proceeds to charity whom they believe truly deserves it.
Multiple winner of Cup:
Join local people at this sensational few days of exercises and experience a genuine Aussie outback style occasion. The multi grant winning Uluru Camel cup currently in its 11th year. And keep the red dust flying in the shadow of Yulara.
Celebration start off at the Uluru Camel Farm on Friday night with live amusement and the valuable chance to offer on a most loved camel with local people at the exuberant camel cup Calcutta.
Race day starts with qualifying races followed by a thrilling Quarter Mile Flyer, Plate race and the Uluru camel cup itself.
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Off The Track:
There is plenty to see and do:
- Helicopter Flights
- Outback Games
- Whip Cracking
- Fashions on the field
- Reptile show
- Food truck
We encourage you to dress up for the races and partake in the ever-popular Fashions on the field complete with a parade and presentation.
The announcement of each race signalled a large wave of cheering spectators to the perimeter of the track and as the camels charged to the finished line an escalating roar of laughter filled the air.
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