The property is strategically positioned on the Hawkesbury River at the heart of the nation’s polo community with access to an abundance of freshwater. Just one hour’s drive to Sydney, Sydney Polo Club lies at the foothills of the Blue Mountains in an area celebrated for its natural splendour and historic charm.

In recognition of its standards of excellence and commitment to the sport, Sydney Polo Club won the bid to host the XI FIP World Polo Championship in 2017, renowned as the premier event on the international polo circuit.


Formerly a dairy farm, the grounds of the Sydney Polo Club offer 287 acres of prime agricultural land. In recent years, the estate has been transformed into an outstanding equine centre with world-class polo fields, indoor arenas, extensive stabling, a clubhouse and a host of premium event facilities.

Acres of open space, a renovated barn house, a three bedroom fully renovated homestead, staff lodgings and garden pavilion are just some of the facilities within the club. As well as hosting numerous yearly polo tournaments, Sydney Polo Club has been the site for multiple high-end fashion shoots and the location for major films including Baz Luhrmann’s epic The Great Gatsby and numerous TV shows.

The estate has an established irrigation system across the entire property and holds a water licence for 527 mega litres. Master-planned landscaping and the introduction of over 14,000 trees and the creation of internal roads ensure excellent accessibility and movement within the estate.


Sydney Polo Club maintains an environmentally sustainable approach with green initiatives and methodologies implemented across the business. The property’s prime agricultural land is perfect for horse breeding, livestock and wagyu beef production. Furthermore, the establishment of lucerne fields produce approximately 10,000 bales of hay per annum.

The club and business share a passion for the land and the local community and follows best practice to ensure to tread lightly on the environment. The club also has a dedicated boutique horse-breeding program undertaken with its prime equine stallion.


The landscaped grounds feature a beautiful lagoon as centrepiece to the acres of wide open space which acts as a magnet for wildlife and birds. Panoramic views over the surrounding Blue Mountains serve as a breathtaking backdrop to the entire estate with spectacular sunsets that create a magical ambiance by night. Three established polo fields, indoor equestrian arenas, a host of magnificent venues and the installation of fencing and shelters make the property suited to multiple commercial and agricultural uses.


Richmond, the second largest of the Macquarie Towns, lies on slightly elevated land flanking the Hawkesbury River, 65km northwest of Sydney and 7km west of Windsor. Dating to the early 1800s, Richmond is a town rich in history which thrived due to the rich agricultural lands surrounding it and as it was ideally located on the cattle routes from the west to the north. Today, Richmond retains its heritage charm while continuing to be a flourishing rural township with a regular metropolitan rail service enabling it to become part of Sydney’s commuter belt.

With over 150km of navigable water, the Hawkesbury River is as diverse as it is large and has so much to offer from fishing and boating to kayaking and water skiing.


An area of outstanding natural beauty, Richmond lies nestled at the foot of the Blue Mountains.

Famous for its dramatic scenery and wildlife, the Blue Mountains encompass steep cliffs, eucalyptus forests, waterfalls and villages dotted with guesthouses, galleries and gardens. The Blue Mountains National Park features a range of spectacular bushwalking trails and Echo Point affords views of the ancient Three Sisters sandstone rock formation.


Located in West-NorthWestern Sydney, one of the fastest growth areas of Australia, the imminent compression of urban sprawl underpins the asset’s capital growth.