Grant St, Cranbourne VIC 3977, Australia
Grant Street Cranbourne VI
(03) 5996 1300
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Great day out. Good facilities.
Well presented racecourse that has greyhounds, harness and thoroughbred horse racing. Turf area very well presented and maintained. Ample seating. Ample parking and easy access from car park. Easy drop off area for taxis and ubers.
The Service was at it's lowest. The professionalism shown on the night was terrible. I can't begin to describe the shame and embarrassment I felt as a waitress had splashed a large amount of tomato sauce on my pristine dress for an occasion. No compensation was given, just a hand cloth. Hopefully her supervisor had taken appropiate measures to deal with the situation. I hope she learns a lesson.
A great place to visit for the races and Friday Nights under lights makes it even better. Usually there is some free music and stuff to entertain the kids. There is an undercover betting ring and a great public undercover area with huge screens. A nice grass area gives access right up to the mounting yard and there is ample parking. Racing at Cranbourne is usually a great night out.
A huge school event was catered for very well. I was impressed with some beautiful volume food. Everything looked so nice, with soft lighting, quality seat covers, good good. Yet the bar felt, like a drinking hole, with bright lights, bored attitude, shockingly bad and expensive wine.
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