Pinjarra Racecourse lies 85 kilometres South West of Perth, Western Australia. The Pinjarra Race Club, which held its first race meet in 1891, manages racing at the Pinjarra Racecourse.
1837 metres is the circumference of the Pinjarra Racecourse while its home straight is 336 metres long. The track is not only safe but also built to give all horses a fair chance of winning. Between 2007 and 2008, the Pinjarra Racecourse underwent an upgrade that saw the cumbering of its turns and widening of riders, all of which play out well to enhance safety for racing horses. The track now sports a new drainage grid with upgraded irrigation systems.
The Racecourse holds about 22 race meets annually. The main race events at the track include the Pinjarra Cup meeting that is held in March each year and the Pinjarra Classic that takes place in February. The track sports a great atmosphere for race events with extensive lawns and the cover of shady trees. The idyllic country racing environment is further enhanced by the background of the Darling Range Scarp.
The Pinjarra Racecourse has additional on-course facilities that cater for all needs. All visitors to the racecourse will enjoy wholesome entertainment throughout any race event or season. The race day entertainment and fun features include themed race days, live music, promotions etc.
Up to 20 tote terminals are accessible courtesy of the Pinjarra Race Club. The grandstand house the main tote area while other tote terminals are at the Ledger Bar and Bookies Bar.