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Greyhound Park

Greyhound Park
Former names Angle Park
Location 55 Cardigan St, Angle Park, South Australia 5010
Coordinates
Owner Greyhound Racing SA
Operator Greyhound Racing SA
Capacity 4,000
Surface Sand
Construction
Broke ground 1971
Opened 1972

Greyhound Park is the only greyhound racing venue located in Adelaide, South Australia and has an approximate capacity of around 4,000. The track held its first registered meeting with full betting facilities on 20 April 1972.

The track has a sand surface and a cable lure system and is 457 m (1,499 ft) long with a width of 6.5 m (21 ft). There are full Totalisator Agency Board (TAB) facilities and bookmakers on site with race meetings taking place on Monday and Thursday nights and Wednesday mornings.

References

  • Greyhound Racing SA website


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