What it says…..
With a double rainbow.
Old shed way down the back near the river, (since painted over)
Belmont Park Racecourse is one of the two major horse racing venues within the Perth, Western Australia metropolitan area, the other being Ascot Racecourse, and is located just outside of the central business district on the Burswood Peninsula surrounded by the Swan River. The track has a circumference of 1,699 m (5,574 ft) with a 333 m (1,093 ft) straight. Belmont is Perth’s winter racecourse, with fully enclosed facilities for spectators.
On 24 December 1910 Belmont Park held its first harness race meeting, conducted by the Western Australian Trotting Association (WATA). The WATA continued to conduct race meetings on a fortnightly basis, using both Belmont Park and the Claremont Showground as venues, until the harness racing commenced on the WACA Ground track, on 28 June 1913.
In January 1911 the first aeroplane flight in Western Australia was conducted from the Belmont Park Racecourse. The racecourse served as Perth’s first regular landing area until a more suitable site was found at Langley Park in 1919.
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