Greyhound Authorities in Australia

As the category suggest, Greyhound Authorities are the governing bodies for each state and their parent sites.

Greyhound Racing SA

(08) 8243 7100

55 Cardigan St, Angle Park SA 5010, Australia

9.00am-4.30pm Mon-Fri

Greyhound Racing SA Greyhound Racing is the fastest growing racing code in South Australia.  There are almost 2,000 participants licensed with GRSA in their respective capacities as trainers, breeders and owners. Read more…

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(03) 6212 9333

6 Goodwood Road, Glenorchy TAS 7010, Australia

9.00am-4.00pm Mon-Fri

Tasracing is provided by Tasracing Pty Ltd with the aim of providing data for wagering customers. The site provides: Free live streaming of all Sky broadcast races for all three codes plus thoroughbred trials. Free access to all replays across all three codes dating back 12 months. Read more…

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Office of Racing Integrity Tasmania

03 6777 1900

Hobart TAS, Australia

9.00am-4.00pm Mon-Fri

Office of Racing Integrity Tasmania ​​​The Office of Racing Integrity is responsible for maintaining the probity and integrity of the thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing in Tasmania. Racing Integrity is a division of the Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania​. Read more…

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Greyhound Welfare & Integrity Commission (GWIC)

13 49 42

230 Howick St, Bathurst NSW 2795, Australia

9.00am-4.00pm Mon-Fri

Greyhound Welfare & Integrity Commission (GWIC) The Greyhound Welfare and Integrity Commission is the independent regulator for the greyhound industry in NSW. The Commission was established by the Greyhound Racing Act 2017 following recommendations from the Greyhound Industry Reform Panel, after the reversal of the greyhound racing ban. Read more…

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Greyhounds WA

(08) 6350 4600

2 Adrian Street, Welshpool Western Australia 6106, Australia

8.00am-4.00pm Mon-Fri

Greyhounds WA The Western Australian Greyhound Racing Association (WAGRA) currently manages three tracks in Western Australia with the first track being established in 1974 at Cannington, the second in 1979 at Mandurah and Northam in 1996. Read more…

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