Australia's Premier Equestrian Event
18 to 21 November 2021

Spectator’s Guide

We hope the following information will assist you in planning your stay in Adelaide for the Australian International 3 Day Event and also help you have a safe and enjoyable experience with us.

Horse sports can be dangerous, so please observe all signage and follow safety instructions provided by officials.

If you wish to provide us with any feedback, or make a complaint, please click here to download the Feedback & Complaints form.

Disabled Access

The organisers of the 2021 Australian International 3 Day Event are committed to providing disabled access to the event site for all three phases of the... read more

Site Plan & Location

The Australian International 3 Day Event is located in the East Parklands of the City of Adelaide.
The event is based in Victoria Park, corner of Fullarton Road and Wakefield Street, with the Main Arena, Marketplace and stables located here

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Parking and Road Closures

There are a number of UPark car parks in the CBD close to the event site, including Rundle Street, North Terrace and Frome Street. For more information about parking, and to see live availability of parking bays visit
There will be a number of road closures during the event with more details to come.

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Getting There

Held in Adelaide’s spectacular city parklands, the Australian International 3 Day Event is very accessible and within walking distance from Adelaide’s CBD. If you choose to drive, please see the information below on parking and road closures, as there is very little public parking at the event site itself. Public transport in and around the city and suburbs includes buses, trains and trams – details and timetables are available on the Adelaide Metro website.

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Free Bus Service

The free City Connector bus offers a hop-on and hop-off service linking Aus3de venues to City and North Adelaide destinations.

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Guide to Eventing

Three day eventing is the horsey equivalent to a triathlon. Consisting of three phases, dressage, cross country and show jumping, each phase is designed to test out a different skill of the horse and rider combination.

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Marketing & Event Coordinator
Lauren Roberts

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