Best Golf Holiday Destinations in Australasia


Australasia best golf holiday destinations


To plan your golf vacation somewhere in Australasia efficiently select your preferred destination from the list below. You will find all the information you need to make your own bookings.
Planning a trip Down Under? While Australia has wonderful beaches and a spectacular culinary scene, a prime attraction that visitors miss out on is the continent’s verdant golf courses.

If your first stop is Adelaide, don’t forget to visit the beautiful 
  Kooyonga Golf Club   located north of Adelaide Airport. This tree-lined course is the perfect option for anyone looking to unwind. The Links Lady Bay Resort is another option. With its rolling hills and the gentle undulating terrain, this course is perfect for golfers of all ages. 

Brisbane and the Gold Coast make for the perfect holiday. When there, head over to the magnificent  Brookwater Golf Club , a championship golf course in Australia. Another championship golf course that is an absolute must-visit is the highly challenging course at Pelican Waters Golf Club.

If you’re holidaying in Melbourne, make a trip to the vibrant Barwon Heads Golf Course. With an azure ocean and rust-colored dunes as the setting, this is one of the most spectacular courses in Australia. The Royal Melbourne Golf Course is another that you can’t afford to miss. Dubbed as one of the best golf courses in the world, this rolling heathland terrain is a must try. 
Traveling to Perth? Visit the  Joondalup Country Club & Resort  for a fabulous golfing experience on a quarry gorge course. The Ellenbrook course is another must-try for golfers. 

If you’re visiting Sydney, try your hand at the course in the New South Wales Golf Club. It is sure to give you an exhilarating experience. The Australian Golf Club with its water hazards is another option for golfers looking for a challenge.
     
  Australasia best golf holiday destinations

Planning to make a trip to the Murray? Visit the Yarrawonga & Border Golf Course   and relax in its verdant beauty. The manicured Newcastle Golf Club in Port Stephens with its soft, springy terrain is another must-try. If King Island is on the cards, the Barnbougle Dunes Golf Links is a great choice for a seaside golfing retreat.
 

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