Founded in 1831 by William Wynter,
easily accessible via the Pacific Highway.
It is around an hour’s drive from the NSW racing centre at Port Macquarie and around two hours north of Newcastle.
The population of the Manning Valley is Approximately 47,000 people with just over Half Living in the Two Major Centres of Taree and Wingham.
Taree is Now Home to around Twenty Thousand People and Neighbouring Towns of Wingham and Tinonee form part of the City Of Greater Taree.
The Track Base Is Covered With A Matting Of Kikuyu Making The Track One Of The Best Wet Weather Tracks In Country NSW.
The Track is 1530m In Circumference With A Straight Length Of 350m. The Track Is Level With Good Runs To All Turns.
History Shows That Winners Are Usually Placed
At Or Near The Lead On Swinging For home.
Undercover Betting Ring
Function Areas For All Size Functions
Bar and Tea Room Facilities
Computer Totalizator with Sky Channel
and Bookmakers Prices System
The Race Club is Pleased to Advise that an Additional EFTPOS Facility is Now Available at our Race Meetings.
This Additional EFTPOS Terminal is located in the Racedays Secretary's Office and is Complementary to the Existing Facility, Which Operates in the Main Totalisator Building, Situated Adjacent to the Covered Betting Ring.