Crown Lodge, the largest of Godolphin's three stables in Australia, was established in 1985 and is situated opposite Warwick Farm Racecourse in southwest Sydney. His Highness Sheikh Mohammed purchased Crown Lodge in 2008 to establish his first training yard in Australia.
The stable has 125 boxes, including 16 semi-open yards, a heated salt water swimming pool and walking machines.
Godolphin's horses are trained on the synthetic Pro-Ride and turf courses of Warwick Farm Racecourse.
Osborne Park, is a private facility northwest of Sydney in the town of Agnes Banks and opened in October, 2010.
The 126-acre property has 84 boxes split between four barns, while an eight-horse quarantine barn is used for acclimatising horses travelling from Godolphin's other international operations. Group One winning horses Contributer, Hartnell and Exosphere are trained at Osborne Park.
There are three private grass and all-weather gallops, complete with starting stalls.