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Rural Notebook | Lack of races would bring us back to pack | Oberon Review

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EASTER has come and gone and autumn leaves are just starting to flutter down.

We are getting close to a first frost on low country and early sown fodder crops have gotten off to a great start.

This year’s Easter car races brought a lot of visitors to our district and it was great to see so many Mount Panorama caps and shirts being worn by the crowds in the street.

Our world famous Mount is a credit to all involved with motor racing and I hope that the generations to come will continue to appreciate the venue.

We can only speculate how the Central Tablelands would operate if the motor races ceased.

There are lots of tourist attractions across our towns and cities, but the races and the track itself bring many thousands of people who…



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