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Local Horse Racing is always a great day out, especially during summer as holiday makers bring a vibrant, fun, carnival atmosphere to the days racing and activities. Stony Creek is approximately 15-20 minutes from Foster (see map). Bookmakers and TAB. Excellent Facilities and Racing.


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Address: South Gippsland Highway, Stony Creek VIC 3957




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