Australia is not the first country that pops up when thinking of a golf destination. Australia is known for its Ayers Rock, Sydney, the Harbour Bridge, the Opera House and the Great Barrier Reef to name a few highlights. But, Australia is also home to some stunning golf courses. Australian golf courses are - in general - fairly affordable.

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Played on: 6 April 2021 Review date: 7 April 2021Handicap: 16
Bankstown Golf Course
Played in the recent VW Scramble and the course was in terrific condition considering the recent poor weather conditions. Greens were tricky with tough pin placements. Bunkers still need a little sand after they were washed out with the rain. Fairways in top presentation and fit for any occasion. After the challenging game the beer was very rewarding and chilled to perfe…
Played on: 21 February 2021 Review date: 25 February 2021Handicap: 38.6
Margaret River Golf Course
On holiday in Western Australia as we can't go elsewhere. We're trying out as many golf courses as possible in perth and in the country towns.
Played on: 15 February 2021 Review date: 16 March 2021Handicap: 20
Barnbougle DunesBarnbougle Lost Farm
I have visited Barnbougle most years since it was opened about 15 years ago. In that period they have added a second course Lost Farm and have this year added a 14 hole par 3 fun course. A visit to Barnbougle a wonderful experience and keeps getting better each year from the booking service to the courses and world class dining all priced at a fraction of what you might p…
Review date: 24 December 2020Handicap:
Championship Course
Do not miss out to play Ocean Dunes Golf Course when you are over in King Island. Imagine what the course is like when you have the first hole and green with beautiful views of the Tasmanian Sea!
Played on: 24 December 2020 Review date: 23 December 2020Handicap: 22
Gympie Golf Course
Awesome challenging course with great views & huge challenging greens & a magnificent club house currently being fully refurbished where you can sit back relax whilst overlooking the eye catching views enjoying a meal or a ice cold beer. Loved it so much that I became a member this year.
Review date: 23 December 2020Handicap:
Barnbougle DunesBarnbougle Lost Farm
Planned last year at the same time the trip to Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand. What a place Barnbougle was. Two courses in the Top100.
Review date: 23 December 2020Handicap:
Cape Wickham Links
One of the remotest golf courses I have played last year at Christmas. Cape Wickham is located in Australia, Tasmania and it’s small King Island. To get there, take a flight from Melbourne or Sydney, rent a local car and drive 1 hour north. Stunning location.
Played on: 16 December 2020 Review date: 21 December 2020Handicap: 16
Pambula Course
what a great course. played with a member Michael plays off 4 and he was very helpful and friendly. showed me the best way to play the course and how to avoid the tricky spots. Plenty of kangaroos around and they too were friendly. This is a 27 hole course and the 18 you play can be different week to week so plenty of variety AND CHALLENGES. Simply a wonderful course to …
Review date: 14 December 2020Handicap: 4.1
New South Wales Golf Course
Einfach nur wow. Absolut zu empfehlen.
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Review date: 12 December 2020Handicap: 4.1
The Palms Golf Course
Sehr zu empfehlen.
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Play golf in Australia

The unique thing about many golf clubs in Australia is their location. Test your game on links courses that wind through the wild and dramatic dunes of northeast Tasmania. Or tee up alongside the sandstone sea-cliffs of southern Sydney or on a tropical island in the Great Barrier Reef. It's all possible in Australia. In total there are 491 golf clubs in Australia. Well-known courses, which are often also the best golf courses in Australia are: Royal Melbourne Golf Club, Kingston Heath Golf Club, The National Golf Club, The Victoria Golf Club, Barnbougle Tasmania and The Metropolitan Golf Club. You will not find a lot of golf resorts in Australia, but quite a few Aussie courses will provide lodging in the form of villa's or lodges. Australia is a large continent, so climates differ. The Northern part of Australia has a subtropical climate, the center has a desert climate and the southern part of Australia has a sea climate. In summer time - during December, January and February - temperatures can be quite high. In central Australia, don't expect a lot of rain all year, in the east and south Australia, rainfall during the summer is sligthly less than in winter and in the (sub) tropical north of Australia rain is very common during the summer.
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