The Gundagai Racecourse is located at Bell Drive, Gundagai in the state of New South Wales. Racing at the track is managed by the Gundagai-Adelong Racing Club. The Club's most famous race is called the Snake Gully Cup and runs in mid-November each year.
The feature race meeting at Gundagai Racecourse takes two days with the Snake Gully Cup running on Friday and a TAB meeting on the following Saturday. The famous Dad and Dave radio show inspired the naming of the Snake Gully Cup.
The Gundagai Racecourse has great facilities with features such as marquees, special guests, full TAB coverage, children entertainment, big screens etc during race days. At the same time, the track has a big reputation in horse racing, having produced great sportsmen and women, who have successfully competed at all levels.
The track has a circumference of 1900 metres with a 300 metre long final straight. The track may be somewhat tricky at starts from 1200 metres 1700 metres, though its inside barriers serve as a huge advantage to racers.