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The Scenic Rim has five golf facilities spread across the region, each with a unique history and offering. All courses welcome visitors locally or from afar to come and experience what they have on offer.
Two of the courses are 18-hole layouts with the other three offering 9 holes, but 18-holes can be played from different tee boxes. They are suited for players of all levels to enjoy.
18 holes on gently undulating land with tree-lined fairways and carefully maintained grass greens irrigated daily using recycled water from the main dam. A small creek flows through the course with a variety of creatures enjoying the natural habitat provided.
Par: Blue-72; White-70; Women’s Red-72; Yellow-72; Men’s Red-69.
Length: Blue-5836m; White-5537m; Red-5196m; Yellow-4953m.
Location: 55 minutes from Brisbane; 45 minutes from the Gold Coast.
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Our Signature Hole is the par 4, 9th/ 325m, 18th/ 352m, a challenging water carry for the big hitters who like to drive the green, which is well guarded by bunkers.
We have two Par 3s which would take pride of place on any resort course. Both are attractive from the tee and strategically designed to demand accuracy and precise club selection.
Par: 9 Holes with 18 Different Tee Blocks- Par 72.
Location: 60 minutes from Brisbane; 90 minutes from the Gold Coast.
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The course opened in 1972 and has been designed to accommodate players of all skill levels with minimal bunkering and water hazards yet still a challenging layout.
It is predominantly flat but with a couple of elevated tees, tight in places with small couch greens to test approach accuracy.
The shortest par 3 at 138m requires a delicately placed shot to hold the green and the longest par 5 at 514m offers a wide fairway with the last 100m uphill to an elevated bunkered green to test the best of the big-hitters.
Par: 18 hole 9 green composite, Men 70, Ladies 72.
Length: Men 5,663, Ladies 5,233.
Location: 75 minutes from Brisbane; 30-40 minutes from the Gold Coast.
Unique design carved into a series of valleys, hills and lakes, provides plenty of elevation change including the 220m Par 3 5th dropping more than 40m to the green. Tifeagle greens, couch fairways and tees.
The front nine winds through natural valleys and watercourses, whilst the back nine flirts with 10 hectares of lakes in the valley basin. The wildlife is abundant, with hundreds of kangaroos feeding on a daily basis.
Par: 18 Holes 72.
Location: 90 minutes from Brisbane; 75 minutes from the Gold Coast.
Situated 500m above sea level, overlooking the Gold Coast, this acclaimed 9-hole, 18 tee golf course is a delight to play any time of the year. Unlike the coastal courses we don’t flood in the wet season and we’re always several degrees cooler, with minimal humidity during summer.
Visiting golfers are welcome to experience our hospitality and challenge the 3, 4 and par 5 holes then master our elevated bentgrass greens that thrive at this altitude.
Par: 9 holes with 18 separate tees, Par 70.
Location: 75 minutes from Brisbane; 35 minutes from the Gold Coast.
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We are proud of our diverse communities within the region. We acknowledge the traditional owners of the many lands within the Scenic Rim - the Mununjali in the Centre, the Wangerriburra to the East, the Ugurapul to the West, and all those of the Yugambeh and Jagera language groups. We pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.