Important Covid-19 Update

Sadly due to the COVID-19 regulations Arunga Polo Club is currently NOT open public spectators

Getting to get to Arunga 


42 Triangle Lane, Richmond, NSW, 2756,  Australia 





Arunga is a just a 50 minute drive from Sydney, at the base of the Blue Mountains.   From Sydney we recommend taking the M2 and the M7, getting off at the Richmond Exit (Richmond Road).  Once you arrive in Richmond, drive through the main street and past the lagoon.  The Windsor Polo Club fields will be on your left, turn right into Triangle Lane.   Arunga is number 42, approximately 200 meters on your right.    Please park in the designated areas.  Click here for a printable map.  



Public Transport


Click here for the train timetable.  Arunga is approximately 1.5 hour train ride from Sydney.   Western Line trains usually run every hour and the station to exit is Richmond.  Once you arrive at Richmond station, Arunga Polo Club is a 30 minute walk through town and down to the fields, or a short taxi ride.   The address is 42 Triangle Lane, Richmond.    We recommend checking the train website for any scheduled train line repairs which may affect your journey time. 



Local Taxi Companies and Shuttle Bus 






There are a number of hotels, motels and b&bs in the Hawkesbury region that are in close proximity to Arunga Polo Club.   Here are a few to get started: 






  • Train - Sydney to Richmond, walking distance or short taxi.  Hourly departures/arrivals. 

  • Hawkesbury Shuttle Service - 0245 714 606 



Dress Code


Arunga Polo Club is a place to relax and enjoy yourself, so there is no dress code.  If you need a bit of guidance, you can't go wrong with jeans, boots and a shirt for the lads and the same for the ladies, although dresses are also a hit.   Leave the high heels in the car as the lush grass makes it difficult to walk and you really want to be stomping those divots with some flatties.   But feel free to bring them out at night when the party gets started in the clubhouse.  


Dont forget a hat and a jumper or jacket for when the sun sets behind the big Blue Mountains.    



Food& Beverages 


Spectators are welcome to bring their own food and drink to the polo. The clubhouse will open during tournament hours where visitors can purchase light refreshments and snacks.  





Wet weather may prevent games to be played.   Please check the home page for updates or call Adam Tolhurst on 0409 288 287





Dogs must be on a lead at all times.  Please ensure dogs do not run on to the field during a game and please clean up after your dog.



Disabled Spectators


We will do our best to accommodate our disabled spectators and make them as comfortable as possible.  Please let a committee member know if you need any special assistance and we will arrange preferred parking to view the game.  



Social Membership of Arunga Polo Club


To become a social member and enjoy polo in this beautiful setting, please view membership information.



Warning to Spectators, Visitors and Members


In attending polo at Arunga Polo Club spectators,  visitors and members should recognise that polo is an aggressive, physical sport which, by its nature, involves a high risk of injury and damage to persons, animals and property, not only to the persons who are engaged in playing polo but also bystanders and their personal property.


Spectators, visitors and members, also accept that the Club cannot control the actions of persons playing polo or otherwise on the Club's premises, nor the actions of the animals, and that the Club cannot and does not guarantee the safety of persons or their animals or property while on the Club's property or while using the Club's facilities.


Spectators, visitors and members accept full responsibility for his/her own safety, the safety of members of his/her family, guests, employees or other persons from time to time utilising the Club's facilities as his/her invitees, and the safety of all their property (including horses and other animals). The holder shall hold harmless and fully indemnify the Club in respect of all acts of his/her invitees or their respective animals.