Moulmein is a small town in the Wakool Shire and is situated in between the towns of Balranald, Hay, Deniliquin and Swan Hill. It is the oldest town in the Riverina region located in the state of New South Wales. The town was established in the early 1830s and has a population of only 349 people. The town has a scenic view of the river surrounding it, which is where the name Moulmein originated, meaning 'the meeting of the waters'.
One thing that the people love to do in this town is to watch thoroughbred racing action at the Moulmein Racecourse. The country racecourse is situated in the southern region of New South Wales. It is about 45 miles north from the town of Swan Hill.
The racecourse is under the management and care of the Moulmein Racing Club. All races at the track are run in an anti-clockwise direction on a dirt track.
Race days at the Moulmein race track are normally held during the first week of December.