Who can play and when?
Royal Queensland is a private club. Outside visitors (must be golf club members with an official handicap) can contact the Golf Service Centre to establish playing possibilities. Visitor tee-times generally available on Mon, Tues (pm), Thur (pm) and Fri.
Visitor fee, 18-holes: A$200.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Non-metal spike facility. White socks required if shorts worn. Walking permitted at all times. Golf carts available for hire.
Did you know?
Unusually, each flagstick at Royal Queensland carries not one but two flags. The top flag (yellow cross on a red background) is the international maritime signal flag for the letter "R". Directly underneath it, the plain yellow flag denotes "Q". | Many of the trees at Royal Queensland are very helpfully labelled, allowing you to get to recognise: jacaranda, banksia, coral trees, poinciana, ficus (fig); cypress, cottonwood, sirus, tulipwood, bottle trees, pongamia, hoop pine, kauri, mahogany, tea trees, leopard trees, brazilian tree ferns and many, many more. | Royal Queensland is one of eight golf clubs in Australia honoured by exercise of the Sovereign's royal prerogative. George V conferred the Royal title on the club in 1921. The eight Australian 'Royals' are (in order of gaining Royal status): Melbourne, Sydney, Queensland, Adelaide, Hobart, Fremantle, Canberra and Perth.
2020 Australian Golf Digest rating: 35th best course in Australia.