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About Us

Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA) was established on 1 August 2003.

RWWA’s charter under the Racing and Wagering Western Australia Act 2003 is to foster development, promote the welfare and ensure the integrity of metropolitan and country Thoroughbred, Harness and Greyhound racing in the interests of the long-term viability of the racing industry in Western Australia. RWWA also has responsibility for the off-course wagering functions trading as the TAB.

We cover approximately 54,000 races year spread across the three codes, supporting over 320 TAB retail outlets across Western Australia.

Purpose

To provide a positive sustainable future for the Western Australian racing industry.

Mission

Position RWWA as a competitive and responsible gambling organisation providing a major source of funding for the development of racing and sports in Western Australia.

Vision

To make racing great

Strategic Priorities

RWWA maintains a strong focus on the following strategic priorities over the medium and long-term in the context of achievement of the organisation’s stated purpose:

  1. Working with industry to increase the effectiveness and utilisation of racing assets
  2. Increase our share of the competitive wagering market through enhanced product and services
  3. Strengthen government relations and demonstrate the economic and social benefits of a positive and sustainable racing industry
  4. Improve the quality of racing product, track attendance and relevance of Western Australian racing through increasing stakes distribution and industry marketing and planning
  5. Implement strategies to demonstrate best practice in animal welfare, as well as the promotion and delivery of responsible wagering
  6. Strengthening the integrity and welfare standards across WA racing to ensure public confidence and support

 


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