Birdsville Race Club
Since 1882 local residents, horses, riders, families and friends have gathered in Birdsville for a two day race meeting.
Even now the spirit of this annual gathering has not changed except that the meeting has now evolved and grown into an internationally recognised major outback event.
Every year, with the generous financial support from our sponsors and visitors to the race meeting, the local race club committee, it's members and a dedicated group of volunteers work towards and plan for a successful and profitable meeting.
The committee recognises the importance of our sponsors and appreciates their continued support.
Infrastructure development for both trainers and visitors is of significant importance for the race club. In 2014 the club completed the development of a multi-purpose tower providing enhanced facilities for and media while improving the delivery of the on course audio visual facilities.
The health of the residents in and visitors to the Birdsville region remains the number one priority for the race club. Raising funds for the provision of medical services to the region was the primary reason for the establishment of the races in 1882 and the event continues to support the Royal Flying Doctor Service: