The Inverell Racecourse is located at Cameron Street, Inverell NSW
Inverell Racecourse is operated and maintained by the Inverell Jockey Club.
The Inverell Racecourse provides ideal facilities for not only a successful race meet, but any social event on the calendar.
The Inverell Racecourse comes alive during race season, particularly when it hosts the famous Boxing Day Races, one of the best social events of the year in the area.
Those young and old, local and non-local come to enjoy an atmosphere unsurpassed. The day includes 8 races, concluding with the Inverell Cup, and is serviced by the SKY channel and bookmaker and interstate betting facilities.
Fashions in the field are a key tradition, awarding the best dressed male and female with recognition for their wardrobe excellence.
Other special events include the Holy Trinity and Picnic Day Races, which continually build on their reputation as a fun, relaxed, family day out.
Facilities at the Inverell Racecourse include Canteen Bar, Covered Spectator Seating, Public Amenities, Shelters Stables, Change Rooms, Bookmaker Area, Track and Training Area.
INVERELL JOCKEY CLUB
PO Box 111,
Ph. (02) 6722 1139
Inverell is nestled in a picturesque valley beside the Macintyre River.
The town had its beginnings when Colin and Rosana Ross arrived in August 1853, to start a store for the settlers who had moved into the district during 1839-40.
The Inverell Racecourse has a circumference of 1600 metres and has a home straight 400 metres long. The course is a specialist track consisting of many turns and has a long home straight. Inside barriers are an advantage for 1000 to 1200 metre starts.