The Quirindi Racecourse is located at Wallabadah Road, Quirindi NSW.
The Quirindi Racecourse is operated by the Quirindi Jockey Club and has raced for more than a century with 4 presidents and 3 secretaries since 1946.
The Quirindi Racecourse is known as the show course of country racing.
Facilities at the Quirindi Racecourse include
Quirindi Jockey Club hosts 15 meeting annually including Akubra Quirindi Cup and G. A. Hill Lightning Handicap.
QUIRINDI JOCKEY CLUB
PO Box 23,
Ph. (02) 6746 2476 Racecourse
Fax (02) 6746 1182
Quirindi town is strategically nestled in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range, near Sydney, the Central Coast, the Hunter and the Mid-North Coast.
The town is 360 kms from Sydney and 230 kms from Newcastle and 60 kms from Tamworth.
Quirindi Racecourse has a track circumference of 1900 metres and a home straight of 400 metres long. The shape of the track is circular and has two shutes, the 1200 metres and 1600 metres mark.
Inside barriers are a great advantage at the 1400 metre, 1200 metre and 1000 metre starts.