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Upper Yarra Secondary College Disc Golf Coursevic yarra-junction Located in Yarra Junction, in the beautiful Yarra Ranges, the college is home to a recently installed 9 hole disc golf course. The facility is now part of the school’s physical education curriculum and is available for all students in their free time. Staff at the school also enjoy the course and join students for a throw during lunch and recess breaks. The course was designed and installed by RAD’s Andrew Ferguson, who worked with the school’s Principal Scott Tully to deliver the project. The course was designed to fit in with the existing activities on the school grounds, including a vineyard. The course layout weaves between two main ovals, making use of the tree lined areas and elevation in the hilly ranges. The course features nine RAD Ace permanent disc golf baskets, nine tee signs and a main sign map which displays the overall course layout and how to play information. Despite being on a school campus, the course is accessible to the public during after school hours. Weekdays - 3:40pm onwards. Anytime on weekends. The added presence of people playing the course after hours will provide a natural added presence on school grounds and help to deter those with mischief on their minds.
Tinana Disc Golf Courseqld tinana Queensland's first course on the Fraser Coast, this is a beginner friendly, 9 hole course that winds its way through the Tinana Recreation Reserve. Park near the toilet block/BBQ area on Woongool Road (across from the Paisley Park Early Learning Centre), there is a footpath to your left that crosses the creek. A short walk takes you to the 1st tee, a beautiful little Par 3 that screams "Ace me"! The footpath is well used by other park users (Walkers, Dog walkers, Cyclists, etc.) so as always, be aware of your surroundings and be considerate of other park users! This is a multi-use space, and priority should be given to other park users over disc golfers. Most of the holes play away from the footpath, but there are a few (Holes 1,5 & 8) where the footpath can come into play. Due to the constraints of the park, namely the narrowness, the footpath, and the fact that there are only 2 bridges crossing the creek, there are a few holes with longer than ideal walks (3>4, 5>6, 8>9). Enjoy the stroll and maybe take some time to consider your next birdie, or that missed putt from the previous hole! Hole lengths vary from 55m to 135m, with eight Par 3s and one Par 4, for a Par 28 total. There is plenty of scope to play some safari tees that will lengthen the course for players wanting more of a challenge and want to air out their drivers a bit. Otherwise, the standard layout can be played quite easily with a putter/midrange/fairway driver combo, and every hole is birdie-able! A good mixture of lengths, uphill/downhill shots, and righty/lefty lines make this a great little course to hone your skills.
Meridan Downsqld little-mountain The first public disc golf course on the Sunshine Coast. Quiet park with a mix of open and wooded holes perfect for beginners yet a challenge for the most seasoned players. Check out the Sunshine Coast Disc Golf Club social league held on the second Saturday of the month from 9am. Friendly locals and plenty of discs to borrow
RAAF East Sale Disc Golf Coursevic east-sale First tee located next to car park at Officers’ Training School. All users must read and sign a site induction prior to using. Discs available on a deposit and return basis from RAAF East Sale Disc Golf Club. Contact the Officer in Charge (OIC - currently FLTLT Phil Tweed). Non military users must be signed onto base and accompanied by a military member. Course is located on a shared space with a planned large scale confidence course. Two new tournament level courses have been added to complement the original red and blue tees. The Orange Tournament Tees and Gold Tournament Tees are both pro level courses designed to challenge experienced players.
Valantine Park Disc Golf Courseqld alexandra-hills The course includes nine tee areas and baskets traversing the length of the park. The first tee and basket, along with a ‘how to play’ sign, are located in the southern end near Mackay Court. Footpaths and beyond, neighbouring properties and dog park are all out of bounds.
Victoria Park Disc Golf Coursevic newington Victoria Park Disc Golf Course is located in the city of Ballarat, just an hour from Melbourne. This 60 acre course area consists of 18 concrete pads and 27 baskets (9 additional advanced basket positions). The project has been in development for a number of years, and has been close to the heart of course designer Andrew Ferguson. With over 6 years of campaigning for the installation of this facility, it has finally come to fruition in 2020.
How and where do you get discs from?If you have your own flying discs at home, you can use those on the disc golf course. You can purchase discs from SportsPower in Wendouree. You can hire discs from the City of Ballarat from 28 January 2021. You will be able to hire up to four discs per family for one day. If you want to know more about hiring discs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Cadogan Street Park Disc Golf Courseqld carindale One of Brisbane City Council's two disc golf courses, installed in 2020. This course has been designed to test your ability to; throw off both wings, thread the needle, commit to risky lines and execute on the shorter holes. Switch off and you bogey, stay focused and birdies will be there for the taking. First tee is opposite the intersection of Breadsell Street. Parking is available on-street in Cadogan Street, and Settlers Street on the southern side of Bulimba Creek. There are bus stops in Cadogan Street. Carindale shopping centre is nearby on Old Cleveland Road and Creek Road (1.8km), and there’s convenience shops on the corner of Old Cleveland Road and Scrub Road, 200m south of tee 11 (including a good value bakery & KFC). No toilets, or water bubblers. Nearest bubbler is 400m west on the bike path. From teepad 1, toilets & water are available 900m west on the bike path, or 700m north via Breadsell Street to Minnippi Parklands. The course is subject to flooding, which can take a while to recede. Please refrain from creating loud noises near houses close to the course.
Adelaide Park Landssa adelaide The Adelaide Park Lands course was installed in May 2020 it is located on the eastern side of Adelaide city, just a 5 minute walk from the CBD. This is the city's first permanent course and is well suited to beginner players as well as offering something for players of all levels. The course plays as a Par 28, spanning over 830m in length, with some elevation, wooded and open holes.
Barnwell Park Multi-Sport Golfnsw five-dock Barnwell Park Multi-Sport Golf is the first of it’s kind in Australia. This exciting venue offers participants the ability to play multiple sports, including disc golf and FootGolf.Located on the grounds of the beautiful Barnwell Park Golf Course, this 9 hole course has two tees to accomodate for both amateur and advanced players. Located only 20 mins from Sydney CBD and the airport, Barnwell Park is easily accessible. Situated on the Parramatta River on an active, manicured public golf course, this multi-sport facility offers beautiful vistas on every hole.
Karri Valley Resort Disc Golf Coursewa beedelup The Karri Valley Resort in WA is now home to a new 9 basket Disc Golf course. Beginning at the foot of the Karri forest it makes its way up through 33 meters of elevation following the fire break before twisting around and weaving back down to the resort below. The course has something for all abilities with elevation and heavy undergrowth really coming into play. This is a fantastic location to bring the whole family and make a weekend or week away of it. With not just disc golf to offer. The resort is situated on lake Beedelup and offers numerous water activities as well as archery, mini golf and wine tasting close by. The on-site Lakeside Restaurant overhangs the shoreline of Lake Beedelup and offers some amazing cuisine from the region. Accomodation is available on site with 3 bedroom wood chalet’s and lakeside single rooms. Free to play for resort guests or $10 day pass gives access to all onsite activities.
Kerem Adventure Campwa bullsbrook Built in the late 1970’s, Kerem Adventure Camp was pioneered by Graeme Smit, hosting its first Christian church camp in 1981. Today the team is working hard to see each building restored and each activity developed to make it one of Perth’s favourite camp destinations. Set amongst beautiful flora and truly stunning native trees, accommodation options are available to sleep up to 130 people. Kerem includes a private Disc Golf course used for camp activities along with organised Frisbee Ultimate and Frisbee Volleyball for participants.
Alexandra Adventure Resortvic whanregarwen The Alexandra Adventure Resort 9 Basket, 18 tee course is located just 7kms from the town of Alexandra and less than 2 hours from Melbourne CBD. The course is a beginner friendly 1295m Par 58. Located in a valley with green rolling hills made installing the blue Prodigy T2 Baskets the stand out choice. Alexandra Adventure Resort hosts numerous schools, church and sporting groups with onsite accommodation options available. It not only offers Disc Golf but many other exciting activities including a High ropes course, Laser Skirmish, Rock climbing, Canoeing and much more. Contact Alexandra Adventure Resort via their webpage www.alexandraadventureresort.com.au for more info.
Lady Northcote Recreation Camp Disc Golf Coursevic glenmore Situated about an hour’s drive outside of Melbourne, Lady Northcote is an established camp that has a long history of family-friendly fun. They offer comfortable accommodations, a variety of challenge activities, and most recently – disc golf. The course is private so visitors must check with the owners before heading out, but it’s a layout that’s well worth the trip. Ideal for first-time players or disc golf enthusiasts who want to challenge themselves, the course at Lady Northcote Recreation Camp gives people the ultimate level of flexibility. While there are a total of 18 unique holes that span across a wide tract of land, it can easily be broken up into two different 9-hole courses as well. Consider playing from only the red tees which feature shorter and more introductory style holes or test your skills from the white tees and give yourself a challenge! In all, the course sits at a total length of 1610 metres with a par of 56, so players can challenge themselves time and time again to see just how low they can get their score. Weave your way around trees and enjoy some open holes that allow you to test your distance, as Lady Northcote truly caters to disc golfers of all skill levels. If you’re in the Melbourne area and want to try out an exciting new course, head over to the YMCA Lady Northcote Recreation Camp Disc Golf Course. Individuals with children may want to explore all that the camp has to offer and make a vacation out of it as well!
Bald Hill Parkvic clarinda Bald Hill Park Disc Golf Course is a brand new facility in the City of Kingston. Thecommunity of Clarinda, just outside Melbourne, can now call themselves home to a topof the line disc golf facility. This 9 basket 18 tee course not only has full signage andconcrete tee pads, but also boasts a practice area complete with a “how to play” information sign and practice basket – the perfect introduction for those new to the sport. This new addition to the Melbourne area will be a draw card for visitors, help increase disc golf participation and encourage members of the local community to exercise in the outdoors.
Molong Disc Golf Coursensw molong A 12 basket, 36 tee layout situated within the surrounds and treelines of the beautiful Molong Golf Course. Consisting of 12 red (Beginner), 12 blue (Intermediate) and 12 gold (Advanced) holes the course is suitable for players of all standards with a range of terrain and obstacles. Managed and maintained as a joint course by Central West Disc Golf Club and the Molong Golf Club the course also has toilets with water and a club house with bar, open for Disc Golf League Days or for private functions.
Barcaldine Disc Golfqld barcaldine Looking for a fun family activity, why not try out the newly installed Barcaldine Disc Golf course at Lagoon Creek? Bring along your own Frisbee or purchase a Disc Golf Disc from the Barcaldine Visitors Information Centre or also available from the Barcaldine Administration Office for $20.00.
Weston Park Disc Golf Courseact yarralumla Weston Park now has a permanent course! Leading up to The Choices Flooring 2018 Australian Disc Golf Championships Presented By Nature 2 Nourish, many of the poles were permanently installed and there is now a permanent 21 basket layout to be played! All tees are denoted by orange plastic markers that are in the ground for every hole on the course. Holes 4 through 24 have full baskets installed and it is recommended to just play these. Holes 2 and 3 have poles only. Holes 1, 25, 26, and 27 do not have the basket locations marked. If you’ve played the tournament course before, you’ll note that Hole 12 has been shortened into a Par 4 for the public layout which plays great and makes the transition better to 13. Note that the Weston Park course is a tournament level layout which requires long throws on most holes. If you’re new to the sport, we would HIGHLY recommend first playing our beginner friendly John Knight Memorial course followed by Eddison Park which is more moderate. If you start right at Weston, you might not have very much fun. The Weston Park course can be hard to navigate for first time players as there are only two simple orange round tee markers denoting the front left and front right corner of the tee. While the below map might get you around, we highly recommend players new to the course use the google maps link below on your smart phone, turn on your gps, and you’ll be able to navigate pretty close to each tee location. We are working on trying to self-fund tee signs which would make the course much more friendly to play. The Weston baskets were actually partially funded by the club and we’re doing our best as a small club with a limited budget. NAVIGATE THE COURSE IN GOOGLE MAPS
Fantasy Park Disc Golf Coursewa waikiki Fantasy Park Disc Golf is the newest course to be installed in Waikiki, Western Australia. The course is free to play and open to the community anytime. With two tee positions for its 9 disc catching baskets, the course offers 18 unique holes to suit participants of all ages and skill levels, providing a fun challenge that has people coming back to play time and time again.
Paraburdoo Disc Golf Coursewa paraburdoo Paraburdoo Disc Golf Course is located at the Memorial Gardens in the township of Paraburdoo in Western Australia. This 9 hole course is one of two disc golf courses to be installed in the Shire of Ashburton and the first in a remote Australian mining town. The Shire acquired the services of RAD to design and install both courses. Paraburdoo Disc Golf is located at the Paraburdoo Memorial Gardens, making use of the native gums and subtle elevation to create a challenging amateur course. A skatepark and popular shopping plaza are located nearby, helping improve the area as a hub of action.
Tom Price Disc Golf Coursewa tom-price Tom Price Disc Golf Course is located at Minna Oval in the township of Tom Price in Western Australia. This 9 hole course is one of two disc golf courses to be installed in the Shire of Ashburton and the first in a remote Australian mining town. The Shire acquired the services of RAD to design and install both courses. Tom Price disc golf is located around Minna Oval making use of the native gums and subtle elevation to create a challenging amateur course. A primary school and other sporting clubs are located nearby, helping improve the area’s status as a sports hub.
Inverleigh Disc Golf Coursevic inverleigh The Inverleigh Golf Club is home to Victoria's first Championship level disc golf course, located just 20-30 minutes drive from Geelong. The facility offers a Championship level 18 Hole course and a smaller 9 hole beginner course. A good mix of heavily wooded, tight technical holes mixed with long open golf fairways, this course has a variety of challenges for disc golfers of all skill levels. Come play a round with the Kangaroos at Inverleigh.
David Graham’s Golf Complexnsw anna-bay Publicly accessible pay to play course located at David Graham's Golf Complex in Port Stephens. The course has 9 "combo" baskets with bucket bases, doubling as targets for the shared foot-golf facility. Each hole shares tee location and fairway with the par 3 golf course. Holes vary in length from 80-130m with a bonus 170m hole on the back 9, playing from an alternate tee. Green fees apply - $10 for children, $12 for adults. Discs can be hired from the pro shop on site for $3 with a refundable $10 deposit applying on return. Packages for use of other complex facilities can also be purchased including putt putt, driving range or laser tag! The complex also caters for large groups or private functions with onsite BBQ facilities and picnic area available for use. Open every day except Christmas from 8am to 6pm.
Point Wolstoncroft Disc Golf Parknsw gwandalan Bounded by state forest and the crystal blue waters of Lake Macquarie, Point Wolstoncroft Sport and Recreation Centre has accommodation for 226 guests and a variety of accommodation options to suit:
- School camps
- Sailing courses
- Corporate training
- Group getaways
- Weekend escapes
Burnie Disc Golf Coursetas montello Established in 2018 and designed by Michael Rubock, Disc Golf has become a great addition to the Burnie area. Conveniently located on View Road, Burnie Disc Golf Course is a short drive away from Burnie Primary School, Hellyer College, and the University of Tasmania, Cradle Coast Campus. You’ll often see students of all ages enjoying a round at this nine-hole course, as it’s a great way to take a break from studying and get outside to enjoy some fresh air. Designed to appeal to all experience levels, this course offers a mix of short, medium, and long holes, a variety of open grassy areas with tree lines, heavy bush and some elevated tees.
John Knight Memorial Disc Golf Courseact belconnen
The John Knight Memorial Disc Golf Course is a 9 basket, par 56 course with dual tees and dual pin positions making for 36 unique holes to play. It is fully signed with a main sign board, practice basket, tee signs, concrete pads, and next tee signs for a couple of holes. The course is beginner friendly with the front 9 ranging between 45 and 65m for the Par 3's with the back 9 playing longer and more difficult. The course is mostly wooded set amongst native gum trees with a couple of holes shooting over mowed parkland. Despite the short holes, there are numerous trees on some holes which make it more difficult if you don't hit your intended line. Many of the holes are also contained by a path network that plays as out of bounds for each hole. Thus, running long on many of the holes will be OB and cost you a stroke; this adds to the challenge of the course but can be ignored for casual play and beginners. However, for more seasoned players, it is a great course for working on your short game and making sure you are accurate or else you can be punished.
The course is open anytime and is free to play. Park in the main parking lot off Townsend Place and it is a short walk down the first path entry to the first tee. Gate closes after dark.
Woodhouse Activity Center Disc Golf Parksa piccadilly Introducing Adelaide's first Disc Golf playing field! Woodhouse Activity Centre specialises in experience-based group accommodation for school camps, corporate conferences and team building events, weddings, milestone birthdays, family reunions, as well as cultural and community groups. While we’re only 15 minutes up the freeway, the serene quiet of Woodhouse could be a million miles from the city hustle. Nestled in the Piccadilly Valley, you'll find six different styles of accommodation on the 54-hectare property, ranging from a 2 storey heritage-listed mansion to small, rustic chalets for family get aways; a purpose built conference centre that sleeps 80 and space for bush camping as far as the eye can see. Explore the natural beauty of the property on an orienteering course, try your hand at Disc Golf, cook a barbie or just curl up on a rug under a tree and read a book. Of course if you want to ramp up the pace a little, you’ll love Woodhouse’s ultimate invigorator. One of the best of its kind in Australia, Challenge Hill is an obstacle course designed to challenge your ability to work as a team and test your leadership skills. These activities are included in the accommodation fee for guests who stay with us or you can head in just for a Day Visit. Whether you stay for a day or a week, Woodhouse Activity Centre is a truly magical place where memories are made.
Day VisitsChildren are $10, adults are $15 and family (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children) are $35 It’s a good idea to phone ahead as some of the activities are not available on inclement days, fire bans or if large groups are booked in. Make sure that you check in with the Woodhouse Activity Center staff to receive your map and information about all the activities.
Tent & Camping FacilitiesWoodhouse features numerous outdoor un-powered camping areas, for the experienced camper, or those looking for an adventure. These camping areas include adjacent Basecamps which offer hot showers and toilets, undercover BBQ facilities and campfire areas (fire ban permitting), as well as all the same access as a Day Visit entry. BYO everything! Tariff per night $22 per adult, 18 per child (4-15 yrs), $70 family (2A+2C or 1A+3C). Children under 4 free.
Crater Lakes Disc Golf Parksa mount-gambier With the sport of Disc Golf growing rapidly across the world, Crater Lakes Disc golf Park has emerged as not just South Australia's but one of the nations most sought after disc golfing destinations. Located within Mount Gambier's scenic Crater Lakes area, the course lays at the feet of towering crater walls and boasts as arguably the only disc golf park in the world located within a volcano. Housing 18 baskets and 27 tees, two course layouts are available to suit the likes of both amateur and advanced players, from young families, to hosting major sanctioned events.
Thredbo Disc Golf Park Golf Coursensw thredbo Looking for more activities after a big day on the slopes? Head over to the Thredbo Golf Course area in winter and Friday Flat in summer, for a fun game of disc golf. Thredbo is an alpine village and ski resort in the Snowy Mountains of southeastern Australia. The Kosciuszko Express chairlift provides access to ski runs and offers panoramic mountain views year-round. The Mount Kosciuszko summit walk leads to the top of Australia’s highest peak. Wildflowers dot the mountains of Kosciuszko National Park in spring and summer.
Meldanda Disc Golf Coursesa meldanda A privately owned property North East of Adelaide, Meldanda is a private campsite with educational and recreational facilities. A simple 9 hole course around an open field was installed by SA Scouts however this course was removed and re-designed by SA Disc Golf during 2016. The course features 9 baskets with 9 tees and is beginner friendly.
McFaull Park Disc Golf Parkwa spearwood McFaull Park Disc Golf Park is situated in Spearwood, Cockburn. The layout comprises of 9 holes, with two separate pars for each hole catering for players of all skill levels. The red course is suitable for beginner to intermediate players, whilst the blue course par is tailored for advanced players. Subtle elevation changes and several out of bounds areas offer players with a fun challenge. The course is in a suburban park with free BBQ facilities available. The local Phoenix shopping centre is also located nearby.
Chichester Park DiscGolfParkwa woodvale Chichester Park Disc Golf Park is an 18 basket course with concrete tee pads topped with astro turf. The park is situated in a residential area of Woodvale, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia and was designed and installed by DiscGolfPark Australia. The course plays around a outer edge of the park, utilising the tree lines and changes in elevation. The average hole length is less than 300ft, so is ideally suited for beginners, but also offers a fun challenge for intermediate players. The park is located nearby to a shopping mall and easily accessible via public transport. The park is very popular among dog walkers and other sporting clubs, so do take care to respect other park users when playing and always give way.
Taylor Reserve DiscGolfParkwa victoria-park Taylor Reserve Disc Golf Park is located in Victoria Park. The 9 hole course is one of the closest to a major city in Australia, with the beautiful Perth skyline acting a back drop to many of the holes of this par 29 course. Designed by Andrew Ferguson of DiscGolfPark Australia, the layout offers a great challenge for players of all abilities, but is especially suited for intermediate to advanced players. The park contains a diverse mix of trees, including old growth native eucalypts and large moreton bay figs. Players are required to throw a number of different shots on this course, as long opens holes are mixed with technical tunnel shots. Rollers, low skips shots, big hyzers, flicks and long turnover throws are a necessity if hoping for a low score. The course has high quality Innova DisCatcher Pro baskets and green powder coated tee signs with accurate map info for each hole. An arrow inside each basket directs players to the next tee.
Dick Lawrence Oval Disc Golf Coursewa beaconsfield Dick Lawrence Oval Disc Golf Course is situated in Hilton Park, Beaconsfield. Designed by DiscGolfPark Australia, it is the first course installed in Fremantle, Western Australia. The nine hole par 27 layout is situated around the main football/cricket oval. Players of all ages and abilities will enjoy a course layout which utilises the subtle changes in elevation and the tree line surrounding the parks edge. The course comprises of high quality DisCatcher Pro baskets and is well marked with tee signs for each hole and a main infoboard with a map and rules.
Adventist Alpine Village DiscGolfParknsw jindabyne Adventist Alpine Village Disc Golf Park is located in Jindabyne, NSW. The course is situated on the beautiful grounds of the Village which welcomes visitors to stay in the many chalets and caravan/camping areas on offer. The Village has an extensive range of cabins suitable for large school groups and boasts a fully equipped conference centre with catering facilities. The 9 basket course has 18 different tees providing a challenge for both beginner and advanced players. Substantial changes in elevation offer players a fun challenge. Large old growth trees border the more open holes and joined by smaller eucalyptus which form some tight fairways. All of this is complimented by a beautiful bushland back drop with loads of animals, including kangaroos, wombats and deer joining you on the course.
Mandurah DiscGolfParkwa mandurah The Mandurah DiscGolfPark is set on one of the most prime real-estate locations in all of Western Australia. Situated on the western foreshore in Hall Park, the course takes in views of the popular sandy beach and the main street of Mandurah. The course conveniently begins at the carpark, wrapping around the gardens to incorporate the nearby skatepark and amusement park. The course was developed by the Mandurah City Council as a way to activate park space and encourage it‰Ûªs use by the community. Funded in part by the Government of Western Australia Department of the Attornery General, the course is the ideal facility for people new to the sport of all ages and abilities.
Bicentennial Gardens DiscGolfParknsw ballina The Bicentennial Gardens DiscGolfPark course is a fun and challenging course set amongst the diverse Ballina greenery. The lush fairways draw players through the course, as they avoid the many water hazards and thick rough found on most holes. With a mixture of straight, left and right tuning fairways, participants are required to use every shot in the book to navigate this course safely. Located just down the road from Byron Bay and the first course in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Bicentennial Gardens DiscGolfPark offers players of all skill levels a great disc golf experience which well have them coming back for more. The course is free to play.
Tintinara DiscGolfParksa tintinara The Tintinara DiscGolfPark is situated in the beautiful town of the same name. Located in the Coorong Shire district on the main highway linking Adelaide to Melbourne, the Tintinara DiscGolfPark is the first free to play, public disc golf course in South Australia. The sparking blue lake managed by the members of the local Tintinara Action Club is home to the course, with the 9 baskets and 18 tee positions wrapping their way around the oasis and extending up to the popular local Men's Shed. The course installation is an initiative of the OPAL (Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle) program, and the course is popular amongst the local community and visitors travelling through the town.
Camp Howqua DiscGolfParkvic howqua Camp Howqua is home to a 9-hole DiscGolfPark course. Camp Howqua is an educational, recreational and camping facility. that is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Our mission is to provide a caring, creative and exciting Christian centre, which assists children, youth and adults to reach their human, creative and spiritual potential. Camp Howqua covers in excess of 64 hectares of picturesque countryside situated on the beautiful Howqua River. It is located in the Victorian High Country, only 45 minutes drive from the top of Mt Buller and an easy 2.5 hour drive from central Melbourne, via Mansfield
Sandy Beach Disc Golf Coursensw dubbo Dubbo's Disc Golf course is located at Sandy Beach Park. The course was installed in partnership with Western Plains Regional Council and DUFF, the local ultimate group. DubboCouncil worked with NSW Disc Golf to install this course. The course is open 24 hours a day and locals are working on running regular events at the park.
Elanora Heights Disc Golf Parknsw elanora-heights Uniting Venues Elanora is home to a 9-hole dual tee disc golf course. Situated on Sydney's Northern Beaches, the facility is only 45 minutes from the centre of Sydney and moments from Narrabeen. Elanora has a number of meeting spaces that suit a variety of groups including schools, bands, choirs, churches, sports and community groups. Elanora caters for up to 220 people with conference and meeting facilities including onsite catering.
Thredbo Disc Golf Park Friday Flatnsw thredbo Looking for more activities after a big day on the slopes? Head over to the Thredbo Golf Course area in winter and Friday Flat in summer, for a fun game of disc golf. Thredbo is an alpine village and ski resort in the Snowy Mountains of southeastern Australia. The Kosciuszko Express chairlift provides access to ski runs and offers panoramic mountain views year-round. The Mount Kosciuszko summit walk leads to the top of Australia’s highest peak. Wildflowers dot the mountains of Kosciuszko National Park in spring and summer.
Cania Gorge Caravan & Tourist Parkqld cania Cania Gorge is one of Queensland's best kept secrets, and is the home to Cania Gorge Caravan & Tourist Park. Some 35km out of Monto is one of southeast Queensland's most picturesque gorges - Cania Gorge. Cania Gorge National Park boasts 3000 hectares of spectacular landscape, prominent sandstone cliffs, caves, eucalypt forest and dry rain forest with mosses, orchids, figs and vines growing in moist, sheltered areas. This secluded area is home to a variety of Australia's native flora and fauna including kangaroos, rock wallabies, and over 100 species of birds. Course details unknown (Sept 2016)
Curtin University Disc Golf Coursewa karawara The Curtin University DiscGolfPark is the first permanent disc golf course to be installed on the campus of a university in all of Australia. Located on the grounds of Curtin University in Bentley, Western Australia, the picturesque course is situated on the manicured gardens at the university entrance on Kent St. A practice tee and basket compliment this 9 hole course with it's 18 challenging tee positions dotted around the Jack Finney Wetlands. At the beginning of each hole, participants are offered to learn as they play with various facts about the local fauna and flora of the wetlands listed on each tee sign. The Curtin Stadium is a great place to grab a coffee and scorecard before you begin. Discs are also available for hire and purchase from the Stadium, which is located on the adjacent oval. The course is free to play and open to the public.
Lake Crackenback Resort & Spansw crackenback Lake Crackenback Resort and Day Spa have installed a 9 hole course among the wooded and open areas of their existing golf course. The resort has a long standing association with outdoor sports and recreation activities, this along with Disc Golf's success in alpine areas, means that the new course will be a success in the area. The course uses the terrain wonderfully with moderate hills and half the course in among the Snow gums. The last 4 holes are much more open and really let people see the disc fly in the air.
Granite Mountain Disc Golf Courseqld The Granite Belt region is the coolest area in Queensland, and the course itself sits at over 900m above sea level. Features 18 baskets and a unique mix of uphill, downhill, wooded, open field and even water holes. The course also has a fully stocked pro shop onsite, with discs, bags and other dg related items. Rooms onsite can be rented, or you can camp out.
Pine Lineswa gidgegannup Pine Lines is a privately owned, heavily wooded course. This disc golf wonderland is situated on a pine tree plantation, 45 minutes north east of Perth city. This nationally renowned course is used annually, typically during the winter months, for various competitions and tournaments. The most notable of these events is the Perth Disc Golf Open. One of the top courses in the country. If given the opportunity, this place is a MUST visit for disc golfers.
Mount Baw Baw Alpine Resortvic rawson A 9 hole course at Mount Baw Baw showcasing some amazing views and natural beauty. The 1st tee is at the Village Central Restaurant with an unforgettable view of the mountain landscape reaching across Gippsland.. #2, 3 and 4 take you around the resort into the central winter ski area. #5, 6 and 7 test your fitness on a climb up to enjoy more breathtaking views. The finish is way down below the Alpine Hotel, not far from the 1st tee. $5/player/day (includes a loaner disc). Discs available for purchase also.
Pine Rivers Park Disc Golf Courseqld strathpine Beautifully manicured lawns, nicely positioned away from the multi-use area and along Pine River. The botanical variety of flora is sure to surprise the first time visitor. Some fairways are absolutely stunning (site of the 2013 Australian National Championships). Nine shorter tees are marked with signage, coupled with seven longer tees (no signs). This makes a pleasant two loop 18 hole course. Bring bug spray certain times of the year.
- Hole 3 plays left of a mandatory
- Hole 12 plays right of the same mandatory (same tee, same basket)
- Hole 18 is played off hole 8's (short) tee across the lake
Dinner Plain Alpine Village Disc Golf Coursevic dinner-plain Dinner Plain is host to Australia's highest Disc Golf course. Just like golf, disc golf features nine tees and nine holes (baskets) and is an activity that visitors can use year round. It’s a free activity for all participants. Simply pick up a set of discs including a tee off, fairway driver and putter and onto the course you go! The goal is to get your disc into the basket in the least amount of shots.
Rathmines Park Disc Golf Coursensw lake-macquarie Styles Point Reserve is the location for Lake Macquarie's first Disc Golf course. It is situated on the site of an old World War 2 RAAF base and holds significant historical value to Australia's efforts in WW2. The course was installed in August 2014 with Innova Discatchers as baskets. If you walk around Styles Point reserve you will see their distinctive yellow bands throughout the park. The public course layout is a short yet interesting course for just about everybody. Par 28. Tees are marked by pavers in the ground. Some may be missing, but most should be in tact. There are also arrows on each basket, pointing to the next tee. Rathmines is also where the 2014 National Australian Championships was held in November. Over 80 competitors from around the country attended and played on the extended version of the course, 18 holes.
Blue Gum Reserve Frisbee Golf Coursevic phillip-island
Where is Blue Gum Reserve?Southeast of the Cowes township on Phillip Island is the Blue Gum Reserve nine hole Frisbee Golf Course. The Course is set amongst 6.6 hectares of Indigenous Blue Gum trees and open space. Phillip Island Croquet Club and Phillip Island Scout Group also share the Reserve. The Reserve, which is also a designated dog off-leash area, is located off Dunsmore Road, behind the Blue Gum Industrial Park at 101 Dunsmore Road, Cowes, Victoria
What type of Frisbee do I need?Like traditional golf, Frisbee Golf is played with specialised equipment. These frisbees will offer more control and distance for those new to the game.
For more information visit...Cowes Visitor Information Centre 91-97 Thompson Ave, Cowes 1300 366 422 email@example.com
Jindabyne Disc Golf Coursensw jindabyne Jindabyne Disc Golf was installed in August 2014 with 9 holes. It was upgraded to 18 holes in June 2015. It is the brain child of Winter Olympian Scott Kneller and his brother Luke who run the Rob Kneller Foundation, a community group supporting the youth of Jindabyne. The tees are marked by signs at each hole.
Christian College DiscGolfParkvic highton This 6 hole course on the Waurn Ponds campus in Geelong is one of the first school courses in the country. A short but technical course weaves around the tree lines of two ovals. A private course that is enjoyed by the students but accessible to others with prior permission.
Mundaring DiscGolfParkwa mundaring The Mundaring DiscGolfPark is located at the Mundaring Sporting Club. The course is the first permanent 18-hole championship level course in Western Australia. Disc golf at this course shares its fairways with the golf club and has the best on site facilities of any course in Australia. It has two different tee areas, which allow for both beginner and advanced players to enjoy the course. There is a 6 hole course loop available which will accommodate over 40 students at once and take around 45 mins to complete. The course officially opened in 2014.
For more info...Visit the Disc Golf Club's official website at www.mundaringdiscgolf.com.au
Barwon Valley Disc Golf Coursevic geelong Geelong's first public Disc Golf course. Installed in late 2013 at Barwon Valley Fun Park, situated on the banks of the Barwon River, running right through the heart of Geelong. This park is typically well utilised by families, dog walkers, and various other river users. Originally installed with 9 baskets and 9 tees (the front 9), the course has since been updated with 9 additional tees (the back 9), combining for 18 unique holes.
Licola DiscGolfParkvic licola In November 2012 the DiscGolfPark team made a trip high into the Victorian Alps to design a beginner friendly, permanent 9-hole disc golf course at the Licola Wilderness Village. Licola DiscGolfPark is situated on the beautiful McAllister River, 254 kms from Melbourne. Licola is owned by the Lions Club, and welcomes school groups, community groups, tourists, and hosts weddings and other functions. DiscGolfPark designed an easy to learn but difficult to master 9-hole course at Licola that winds players through every corner of the facility, past many of the other activities including the flying fox, rock wall, and volleyball court. We provided 9 Pro DisCatchers as well as 9 TeeSigns and an InfoBoard for the Par 28, 705m course. The InfoBoard not only details the disc golf course but also doubles as a village map for all visitors. Adam and the rest of the team at Licola are very enthusiastic about disc golf, and most school groups that visit Licola are now playing disc golf as one of their activities. Although in a secluded area, the Licola course is teaching heaps of kids about disc golf and will be instrumental to the further development of the sport throughout Victoria.
Newington Armory Disc Golf Coursensw silverwater Sydney's Newington Armory is a historical war site that is now a part of the Sydney Olympic Park Complex. It was originally used as a bomb storage facility and ship loading capabilities for HMAS ships into Sydney. The Armory Disc Golf course was established in 2006 and has been Sydney's primary permanent course ever since. Originally there were 9 baskets, however in 2014 it was upgraded to 18 permanent baskets. Access to the Armory is limited as it is only open to the Public on weekends and school holidays. To find the Disc Golf park there is a short walk from the front gates up the main walkway where you will encounter the tee for hole 1 on your right, as per the map above. There is also a very large children's play area just outside the Armory that means parking is hard to come by. Multiple types of Public transport are available, for more info check out www.transportnsw.info Contacting the Sydney disc golf club can enable to you get easier access to the park on weekends and sometimes also access the park during the week. They also meet once a month for their regular league days, which occur on the third Sunday of the month. Leagues are handicapped, meaning it caters to all skill levels and everyone has a chance of winning. To contact the club, go to the contact us page and select Sydney, or visit the Sydney Disc Golf Club Facebook page. Sydney Disc Golf Facebook page is where updated events are posted, as well as anyone looking for a local to help show them around.
Alexander Clark Park Disc Golf Courseqld loganholme The Alexander Clark Park Disc Golf Course is located approximately 25kms south of Brisbane's city centre. It is lightly wooded, shared with other users and offers nine permanent baskets. Original course design installed in the 1990's by Greg Sparksman & Simon Lough, was refreshed and re-designed in August 2018 by Rhys Kruger, with 9 new baskets and updated signage.
Logan Gardens Disc Golf Courseqld logan-central The Logan Gardens disc golf course is located approximately 25kms south of Brisbane's city centre. It is lightly wooded, shared with other park users, and offers nine permanent baskets. The original installation date was back in 2003, which featured some interesting, custom made baskets, that often failed to catch discs. The design and layout was refreshed in August 2018 by Rhys Kruger, with brand new DiscGolfPark baskets.
Eddison Park Disc Golf Courseact woden The new Eddison Park course is now fully playable. The course has 10 new baskets making for an 18 basket layout and includes a practice basket. This new layout includes turf teepads, marked 10m circles and full signage. The start of the course now plays from the main parking area adjacent to the skatepark although, you can still start from the cemetery parking lot which is now hole 9. The locally made custom baskets at Eddison park have been in the ground for over 20 years now and were one of the first basket installations in Australia. The park has seen some significant changes over the years including the addition of the skate park, upgraded path networks, fitness equipment installations, and the possible loss of half of the course due to the cemetery expanding. All of these changes have impacted the course into various iterations. After a successful 2019 Capital Assistance Program grant from ACT Sports and Recreation, the ACT Disc Golf Club was able to upgrade the course into a moderate 18 hole layout. The first 8 holes are completely new and the back part of the course contains many of Eddison’s classic holes (Original layout and design by Greg Sparksman) such as 10, 11, 13, 14, 17 & 18 (or modified to play in a similar way). White Course (Moderate used for League) – Par Rated at ~885 Gold Course (Competition, same flow as the White but longer) – Par Rated at ~925
Poimena Reserve Disc Golf Coursetas austins-ferry One of Australia's oldest courses, if not perhaps the oldest. Poimena Reserve Disc Golf Course was installed in 1985. Located in , a small suburb outside of Hobart, it has become a hotspot of activity. The course is situated in Austins Ferry, Tasmania. A small suburb, 20 minutes drive north of Hobart. The entrance to the reserve is at the end of Wakehurst Road, off Main Road, Austins Ferry. The course has undergone a range of upgrades, improvements, and expansions in its lifetime. Initially, it consisted of just 9 baskets, and was on host of the Australian Open taking place each November. In 2007, 9 more holes were added thanks to the hard working Hobart Disc Golf Club to create a well-rounded course totalling 18 baskets. In this most recent configuration, the Australian Championships been held here multiple time, and is now home to the inaugural Two Heads Disc Golf Open, which is part of the Australian national tour,
- Course installed, 9 baskets.
- Australian Open every November from 1985-2010?
- Course re-designed, 9 new baskets added to make 18 basket course.
- Tee signs and tee pads added.
- First Two Heads Open tournament
- The 8 remaining original baskets replaced.
- Alternative tee pads introduced to each hole.
- World Disc Golf Champions Nate Doss and Valerie Jenkins play the course…and love it!
- Hosted Australian Disc Golf Championships
- Hosted Australian Disc Golf Championships
Rob Hancock Memorial Disc Golf Coursewa greenwood The home of the Perth Disc Golf Club, located on Mulligan Drive in Greenwood. This is a 9 hole course set in a beautiful park. There is no fee to play here, and it is open to all club members and non-members. The facility was originally installed in 1982 by the City of Wanneroo council, which makes this course the oldest active Disc Golf course in Australia Course received a basket and signage upgrade in 2016.