Watching Polo & Social Membership

NSW Polo Association

Most club tournaments welcome spectators & are free to attend. Find out what's on from the News page and the Calendar page which is kept up to date and lists tournaments and events for the year.

The largest NSW Polo Association tournaments are usually held at Windsor Polo Club's grounds at Richmond in the Hawkesbury Basin. Entry is charged at approximately $15-$20 per adult, children 15 & under free. In 2016 these tournaments are :

  • Sun 20 March: Hector King 8 goal championship finals
  • 26-27 March: Morton Cup (open Handicap) in the Hawkesbury 
  • 2-3 April: The Countess of Dudley Cup (Open Handicap), Finals at Windsor Polo Club on Sunday 3 April. See Australia's top club teams compete.

Join Friends of Polo for FREE to receive e-news of upcoming tournaments and events
ANNUAL (SOCIAL) MEMBERSHIP:
Becoming an Annual (Social) Member of the NSW Polo Association is a wonderful way to become involved in the game of polo.  Download the Form to join.

Annual Membership, $35 per year
Ideal if you attend 2 or more NSWPA tournaments per year. Use the form above to join. The package includes:
  • 2 persons Entry passes to the major NSW Polo Association tournaments (listed above)
  • Full Colour Season Guide, featuring President's Message, player profiles, NSWPA & APF Contacts & full handicap list
  • Newsletters and updates
Life Membership, $825
  • Lifetime entry to all NSWPA tournaments and events
  • Full Colour Season Guide, featuring President's Message, player profiles, NSWPA & APF Contacts & full handicap list
  • Newsletters and updates

WHAT TO WEAR & BRING TO THE POLO
From the Misociety website: "In the fashion stakes a day at the Polo falls somewhere between a day at a special race meeting and a nice picnic with friends. Outfits at games in regional centres tend to be a little more casual whereas the city games tend to attract a somewhat more glammy crowd."

For more detail Click here for Mi Society What to Wear to the Polo page

Bring picnic chairs/table to be comfortable while spectating. Bring your own picnic or usually the Club house is open for food & drinks.
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