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Border Park dog track may stay in NSW

AAP logoAAP 11/10/2016 Darren Cartwright

A NSW greyhound racing club aiming to relocate to Queensland will now most likely stay within the state after the Baird government backflipped on banning the sport.

Border Park, situated at Tweed Heads and only accessible from the Queensland side of the border, is up for sale with a price tag between $15 million to $20 million .

Secretary manager Steve McGrath told AAP that since the ban was announced in July the club had aimed to move across the border, but following the backflip they may now relocate within NSW.

"It widens our options as to whether we relocate in the Tweed shire, the Northern Rivers area or whether we want to skip the border to Queensland," Mr McGrath told AAP.

"We won't know for sure what we will do until we see the devil in the detail of the backflip because you have to look at what guarantees are in place when you are spending more than $10 million."

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