Spring Racing has a strong tradition of dressing elegantly, but there can be plenty of winners and losers in the fashion stakes.

Taking into consideration true racing style, and drawing inspiration from Flemington and Royal Ascot. We have put together the following dress code to celebrate Racing traditions.

Download our style guide and dress code below to ensure you are looking your best at Tipple.



Don’t do anything you wouldn’t want to be tagged in. Or be seen doing.

  1. Drink responsibly. You’re responsible for your own hydration, drink plenty of water.

  2. Do not drink out of wine or champagne bottles, or you will be asked to leave.

  3. Best manners and temperance are expected at all times. No Debbie-downers.

  4. Don’t break our bits. Please don’t misuse, deface, damage, dismantle or remove any asset, infrastructure or equipment at Tipple, for your own safety.

  5. Enjoy a Tipple responsibly. If you are deemed to be impaired by the consumption of alcohol or a substance other than alcohol, you will be refused entry to, or ejected from Tipple by authorised representatives in accordance with the Liquor Control Act.

  6. Ladies please don’t hog the toilets.

  7. Leave your attitude at the stables. Do not engage in any conduct, acting towards or speaking to any employee, of cial, event participant or other patron in a manner which offends, insults, humiliates, intimidates, threatens, disparages or vili es that other person in any way.

  8. Unaccompanied juveniles are prohibited from entering the venue.

  9. For dress standards, refer to the dress code on the Tipple website. We reserve the right to refuse entry to any person considered inappropriately attired.

  10. The licensee is prohibited from selling and supplying beverages in such a way that would encourage rapid consumption of liquor (e.g., but not limited to, unadulterated spirit or liqueur in a shot glass).

  11. Litter and foul language to be disposed of in designated receptacles.

  12. No pass outs.

  13. Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any persons.

  14. Please be respectful of our neighbours when you leave keeping the noise down.

  15. Seriously… don’t drink and drive.