Uluru Camel Racing Club

The biggest small town event in the Territory.
2 Days of Outback Family Fun.

Uluru Camel Cup

Join locals at this fun filled weekend of activities and experience a true Aussie outback style event. The multi-award winning Uluru Camel Cup, now in its seventh year, is a must-do on every outback travelers list.

Festivities kick off at the Outback Pioneer Hotel & Bar on Friday night with , live entertainment and the opportunity to bid on a favourite camel with the locals at the lively Camel Cup Calcutta. For dinner book your table at the Bough House Restaurant for a country style buffet dinner serving up outback fare.

Saturday’s celebrated Uluru Camel Cup Race Day begins with qualifying races followed by an exciting Quarter Mile Flyer, Plate Race and the Uluru Camel Cup itself. Off the track there’s plenty to see and do – helicopter flights, Outback Games, Fashions on the Field, Reptile show and outback-style markets.

We encourage you to frock-up (dress up for the races) and partake in the ever-popular Fashions on the Field complete with a parade and presentation. 

The weekend will culminate with a true blue Frock Up & Rock Up Gala Ball set under the sparkling outback night sky, complete with a red desert dance floor, light BBQ style supper and live entertainment.

Each year Uluru Camel Racing Club will donate part proceeds to a charity whom we believe truly deserves it.


Nominated charity for 2015 - The Mutitjulu Foundation
Nominated charity for 2016 - RFDS - Royal Flying Doctor Service
Nominated charity for 2017 - RFDS - Royal Flying Doctor Service
Nominated charity for 2018 - RFDS - Royal Flying Doctor Service
Nominated charity for 2019 - RFDS - Royal Flying Doctor Service


Uluru Camel Cup Race day
Saturday 25 May 2019
Uluru Camel Farm – NO DOGS please

$10.00 General admission, Children under 15 Free



The animals aren’t thoroughbreds and it’s not quite as glamorous as the Melbourne Cup, but the Uluru Camel Cup is certainly in a league of it’s own
— Channel Nine