134 Forster Drive, Bawley Point NSW
Willinga Park is one of Australia’s leading equestrian centres, and an events destination renowned for exceptional quality and beauty.
The 2300-acre park is peppered with word-class, architecturally-designed equestrian facilities. Equally as stunning are Willinga Park’s conference facilities, gardens and public art features.Willinga Park is an Australian Stock and Performance Horse stud located on the South Coast of NSW.
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Equestrian Services Australia are manufacturers, suppliers and installers of synthetic riding surfaces waxed and un-waxed surfaces as well as sand stabilizer.
The professional team will ensure the highest quality finish and working standards and can deliver competitively priced facilities to include indoor and outdoor arenas, access roads and landscaping.
With customers like Coolmore Stud, David Cooper and Health and Rozzie Ryan, you can be sure you are getting experienced construction and advice.
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The ASHS is the primary registration society for the Australian Stock Horse, where they aim to preserve and promote the bloodlines of the Australian Stock Horse, recognised for its versatility and superior performance amongst work and leisure breeds.
Established in 1971, they have grown to be the largest breed association in the country, enjoying a loyal and growing membership of approximately 9,000 individuals and have over 200,000 registered horses.
The Society has 60 Branches throughout Australia and currently one Branch in the United States of America, and one Branch in New Zealand. Our Branches conduct competitions and activities for Members in their area and assist in promoting the breed within the horse industry.
The Society conducts a National Show on an annual basis to emphasise, highlight and record the success of the breed in the competition area.