Don’t miss a minute of the Melbourne Cup Carnival – our media partners provide comprehensive coverage of world-class racing as well as all the fashion and colour off the track.

Browse the racedays below for broadcast details across TV, radio and online (streaming radio, web and mobile from anywhere in the world).

AAMI Victoria Derby Day

Free-to-air

  • Channel 78 (metro)
  • Channel 68 (regional)
      

Subscription TV

  • Channel 522 (Foxtel)

      

 

Radio

      

 


Web

Mobile

  

 

Emirates Melbourne Cup

Free-to-air

  • Channel 78 (metro)
  • Channel 68 (regional)
      

Subscription TV

  • Channel 522 (Foxtel)

      

Radio

      

  Triple M


Web

Mobile

  

 

Kennedy Oaks Day

Free-to-air

  • Channel 78 (metro)
  • Channel 68 (regional)
      

Subscription TV

  • Channel 522 (Foxtel)

      

Radio

      

  Triple M


Web

uber

 Twitter will broadcast The Emirates Melbourne Cup live to a global audience. (excluding China)

The live stream will take place between 14:30 – 15:30 AEST and be accessible on the VRC twitter handle @FlemingtonVRC

Mobile

  

 

Emirates Stakes Day

Free-to-air

  • Channel 78 (metro)
  • Channel 68 (regional)
      

Subscription TV

  • Channel 522 (Foxtel)

      

Radio

      

  Triple M


Web

Mobile

  

 

Seven Network

Since 2002, Seven Network has provided national coverage, not only of 'the race that stops a nation', but all four Carnival racedays. 

Led by Bruce McAvaney, Seven's award-winning coverage and constant innovation continues to take the Melbourne Cup Carnival to new heights each year.

Racing.com

Racing.com offers a 24-hour dedicated free TV service, web and mobile app.

Viewers can watch coverage through Channel 78 (metro) and 68 (regional), and Channel 552 on Foxtel.

Register for Racing+ on Racing.com for 24/7 racing coverage; live racing broadcast including coverage as well as race replays going back three seasons. 

Note: Racing+ is free, but check your mobile or internet data plans to avoid excess data charges.

Stadium Vision Mobile at Flemington Racecourse

Racegoers who connect to Flemington wifi while on course can enjoy four channels of live streaming and packaged highlights on the Flemington Raceday Guide app available on iPhone and Android devices:

  • Next Race to Jump
  • Flemington last race replay loop
  • Racing.com (Channel 78)
  • Seven Network

The 2017 Emirates Melbourne Cup was broadcast to over 160 countries and made available to over 700 million viewers worldwide.

Asia-Pacific
 


Middle East



Europe
 



Americas