The Inverell Racecourse is situated along Cameron Street in Inverell, NSW. The Inverell Jockey Club runs and maintains the Inverell Racecourse.
The Inverell Racecourse has capacity for race meetings and facilities for social and corporate assembly. The famous Boxing Day races constitute some of the major events that brighten up the Inverell Racecourse during the race season. The Boxing Day races are a major social event for the local community.
The unparallelled sporting atmosphere the Inverell Racecourse puts up during the Boxing Day races attracts both the young and the old racegoers. The racing season features 8 races and concludes with the Inverell Cup.
Fashion shows are the order of the day during the racing season, with the best dressed male and female going home with recognition for their wardrobe superiority. Other special events at the Inverell Racecourse include the Holly Trinity and Picnic Day Races-all off which serve to build the track's reputation as a perfect destination for a family day out, relaxation and fun.
Seating in the middle of a scenic valley beside the Macintyre River, Inverell has a deep history. The town traces its roots back to 1839-1840 when Collin and Rosana Ross arrived to start a store for settlers that had just moved in at the time.
Fun and entertainment facilities available include Sky channel service, bookmaker and interstate betting. Additionally, there is a Canteen Bar, Training area, covered spectator seating, stables, amenities, change rooms etc.
Circumference of the Inverell Racecourse is 1600 metres while its home straight is 400 metres long. The specialist track has many turns and a long final straight. It has inside barriers that are advantageous for 1000 to 1200 metres starts.