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  • Accommodation Near Warwick Farm Racecourse


    Best Western Casula motor innInterested in heading to the races for the day? Best Western Casula is located only 15 minutes away (8.3 kms in a car) from the Warwick Farm Racecourse.

    Don’t want to take the car? Take the bus or train and be there in 37 – 50 mins. There is a free bus service which operates between the Warwick Farm railway station and the racecourse on race days.

    Our friendly staff will make sure  you have everything you need during your stay as you take advantage of our range of fantastic motel inclusions:

    • On-site parking for all of our guests.
    • Upgraded beds for extreme comfort.
    • Guest laundry.
    • Free WiFi.
    • Pay TV is available.
    • Guest computer in the lobby.
    • Disabled rooms are available.
    • Family sized rooms that can accommodate up to 2 adults and 2 children.

    Call 02 9822 5807 or book accommodation online now.

    Inglis Riverside Stables


    Recently opened in February 2018, the $140 million complex has been generations in the making. With world class facilities including an alfresco dining restaurant that seats up to 200 people, a rooftop pool deck that serves cocktails and over looks the Georges River, a lounge that is themed as an old-fashioned whiskey bar, sale day facilities featuring parade areas, stabling, and hospitality marquees, and conference facilities. For more information, visit the Inglis Riverside Stables website.

    About Warwick Farm Racecourse

    Warwick FarmWarwick Farm Racecourse can trace it’s history back to the early 1880s but garnered it names in 1882 when William Forrester purchased the “Warwick Park Estate” and change the name to Warwick Farm to match his initials.

    Since then the Warwick Park Racecourse has hosted horse racing and less race-like visitors including the Australian, British and American armed forced in World War Two when it was known as Camp Warwick. It was also the site of the Warwick Farm Raceway from 1950 until August 1973.

    These days the racecourse offers a race experience which is close to the city but with touch of being in the country and it is beautiful place to spend the day whether you’re a horse racing fan or just looking for fun day out.

    Located on the banks of the Georges River, a day at Warwick Farm Racecourse can be a little more relaxed than neighbouring racecourses but still lacks none of the ambience and excitement.
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