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Gawler Racecourse is located in South Australia about 40kms north of Adelaide on the edge of the Barossa Valley.
The course at Gawler is turf and racing direction is anticlockwise.
About Gawler Racetrack.
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Situated on the edge of the famous Barossa Valley wine area, run by the Gawler & Barossa Jockey Club with the course and amenities having undergone considerable improvements completed in 2010. It also has its own railway station giving easy access from Adelaide and is a popular function centre as well as hosting 14 midweek meetings a year as well as 2 Sunday meetings one being the Gawler Cup.
The track has a circumference of around 1840 metres and also has sand and grass training tracks inside it. It has a 300m front (final) straight and a shorter back straight connected by a long final corner, with a tight corner linking the front straight to an angled straight then to a flat corner into the back. The track tends to favour on pacers drawn in.
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