Australasia Best Stay & Play Golf Resorts



Best Stay & Play Golf Resorts in Australasia


In Australasia you’ll find stay and play golf resorts combining comfortable and luxurious accommodation with assured golfing opportunities. Most resorts will take care of dining and leisure and offer numerous services that ensure a relaxing, fun and adventurous stay.
    
On-site spa, gym and swimming pools are common features, while biking, hiking and nature trails are included at resorts located in a scenic natural setting. Some resorts or hotels in Australia provide one or more golf courses and may be surrounded by clusters of golf courses including championship courses a short distance away from the resort, expanding your choices and taking your golfing experience to the next level. 

Review our top-rated golf resorts in Australasia to determine what kind of stay works best for you and your family. Contact details are provided on the same page so you can make quick inquiries and choose the right resort for your needs. 

      
On the maps we have indicated the best golf hotels and resorts with the following symbol Stay & Play Golf Resorts 
At each destination you'll find the best golf courses including those offering on-site accommodation.  

 

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