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Wean, NSW

Wean is a well known Boggabri property on which the Wean Amateur Picnic Races has been held for over ninety years. This is one of the few true picnic races still operating in NSW.
Wean races – 8th July 2006
Coaches operate from Boggabri to take patrons to and from the races. Phone Nararbri Shire Visitors Centre for details. Phone 02 67 996760.
The first of six races starts at 11.30. Bookmakers take bets on Wean, Sydney and interstate races. After dark, patrons can enjoy a dinner and dancing on course . A very enjoyable day out is assured. Accommodation is available in Boggabri in the form of a modern motel and two turn of the century pubs.

Nearest Airport: Gunnedah

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About Wean

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Wean Postcode: 2382
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Country NSW
  • Latitude: -30.68065
  • Longitude: 150.23377
  • Elevation: 284m
  • Population: 25
  • Median Income: $32448
  • Area (Sq/km): 220.724
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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