It’s your Valley.

Welcome to The Valley of Tomorrow Community.

Melbourne’s historic Moonee Valley Racecourse is embarking on a transformation.

We’re inviting the community to be part of the journey as we create a dynamic new urban precinct within Moonee Ponds, at the heart of which lies one of the world’s great racing venues.

Our vision is to bring long-time locals and newcomers together; to offer the very best of urban life with authentic new food, hospitality and entertainment experiences; to create world-class residential homes, workspaces, community facilities and public open spaces that together become a destination and a Melbourne landmark, of which the community is very proud.

It’s a vision and future for everyone.

Welcome to The Valley of Tomorrow. Your Valley.

The date for the next CRG to be advised.

News What’s happening.

  1. April 8 2021

    Racecourse Works Masterplan

    The unique new Grandstand will be built on Wilson Street, as per the masterplan and Schedule 2 to the Special Use Zone.

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  2. December 23 2020

    The Infield

    The Infield is property in the centre of the track, which will remain owned, operated and managed by the Moonee Valley Racing Club.

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  3. December 23 2020


    In August 2020, just ahead of the 100th running of the Cox Plate, the Moonee Valley Racing Club will deliver fully licenced café/ restaurant by refurbishing the historically significant Tote building in the new Tote Park.

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History Building on 135 years of heritage.

  1. 1883

    William Samuel Cox purchased a farm for the purpose of establishing a racetrack.
  2. 1922

    The first W.S. Cox Plate was run at Moonee Valley Racecourse
  3. 1960

    Major expansion of the racecourse facilities
  4. 2009

    Moonee Valley Racing Club announces its intention to redevelop the racecourse
  5. 2015

    Site’s planning framework is approved
  6. 2017

    Hostplus-Hamton appointed as joint venture development partner
  7. 2018

    The Valley of Tomorrow Community Reference Group formed