Wyong Race Club for 140 years has been a long established and integral precinct to the Wyong district. Boasting one of the best Provincial Racecourse surfaces for Thoroughbred racing, it plays host to around 22 race meets yearly and continues to grow many of these meets into key events for the local community and visitors to enjoy.
Wyong’s biggest meets of the year begin from late August with Ladies Day (which reins in the beginning of the Wyong Gold Cup Carnival), then followed by the Wyong Gold Cup Day in early September; A trio of Christmas at the Races events including the very popular Wyong Magic Millions Raceday in late
November/December; To celebrate the Summer holidays our Summer Festival kicks off in early January closely followed by Family Day in the same month; In early March the Wyong round of Provincial Championships are held with the final run in Royal Randwick in April.
Wyong Race Club is a proud partner with many local businesses and organisations that support it’s raceday’s through sponsorships and/or charity events. With this support we able to continue a positive community engagement within both the business network and with residents of the Central Coast region and it’s surrounds.
Track improvements are continual and our facilities are always being improved for both horse trainers (on course and off course) and for the comfort of our members and guests. Situated at the northern end of our facility we have permanent stabling for approximately 200 horses and 29 trainers occupy this precinct. With first class onsite training facilities Wyong Race Club lends itself to being one of the busiest regional racing and training venues in NSW. In 2015 Wyong Race Club installed it’s new horse pool at the cost of $800,000 and spent a further $500,000 in 2016 on track irrigation and $100,000 on female jockey amenities. Also in 2016 an 82m2 big screen LED in-field television was installed at the cost of $360,000, a $280,000 renovation took place on the first floor of our Paul Levick Stand which included a complete refit of soft furnishings and improvements to audio and visual systems, and the fully fixed Parade Ring Pavilion was installed at a cost of $400,000 as a unique and flexible function space to offer on racedays and non-racedays.
Without losing sight of its core business of racing, Wyong Race Club has recently taken to the market it’s point of difference in the Meeting
and Events industry. With 8 conference spaces, breakout rooms, a bistro, a cafe, commercial kitchen with onsite caterers H&H Catering and around 6,500m2 of outdoor and undercover space at our disposal. Events can be coordinated around racedays or stand alone throughout the year and with a team of highly experienced event managers. Anything is possible.