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The Chinchilla Australian Polocrosse Nationals 2024

8.00am – 5.00pm
24th June 2024
8.00am – 5.00pm
25th June 2024

The Australian Polocrosse Nationals are an event held every 2 years and in 2024 it is being held in Chinchilla. This even showcases the thrilling sport of polocrosse and all it has to offer. Picture this: majestic horses galloping across the lush green fields, skilled riders manoeuvring with precision, and the thunderous sound of hooves as they chase the ball towards the goal posts. It's a spectacle that mesmerises spectators and participants alike. The Chinchilla Polocrosse Nationals bring together teams from across the country, each vying for glory and the coveted title of national champions. With fast-paced action, strategic gameplay, and adrenaline-pumping moments, it's no wonder that polocrosse has captured the hearts of many. But the Nationals are more than just a sporting event. They're a celebration of camaraderie, sportsmanship, and the vibrant spirit of the Chinchilla community. From the friendly atmosphere to the lively festivities, visitors are welcomed with open arms to experience the excitement firsthand. Whether you're a seasoned polocrosse enthusiast or simply looking for an unforgettable adventure, the Chinchilla Australian Polocrosse Nationals promises an unforgettable experience for all. So mark your calendars, pack your bags, and get ready to witness the magic of polocrosse in the heart of Queensland's countryside.
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  • Carpark
  • Family Friendly
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Email The Chinchilla Australian Polocrosse Nationals 2024

0436 288 219

85 Racecourse Road, Chinchilla Queensland 4413, Australia

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