Bundoora Park

Bundoora Park Farm offers a wide variety of activities for young and old, you'll enjoy a great day out for the whole family. Come and meet our friendly farm animals, take a ride to see the kangaroos and emus or explore early 20th Century Australian life at the Heritage Village. Bring a picnic or stop in at Bundoora Park Café for a snack or some lunch.

Bundoora Park Farm offers a variety of activities for young and old – come and meet our friendly farm animals, take a ride to see the kangaroos and emus or explore early 20th Century Australian life at the Heritage Village.

Not only is Bundoora Park Farm a great place for a visit, it is a resource for the whole community, offering educational programsvolunteering opportunities for all abilities and recreational facilities. Bundoora Park Farm is also home to a number of community organisations.

Additional activities may be offered during school holidays.

Farm Activity Schedule
Times Activity
On the hour (11am-4pm) Wildlife Rides (tickets required)
11.30am Animal Feeding
11.40-11.55am Rabbit and Guinea Pig Handling*
2.30-2.45pm Rabbit and Guinea Pig Handling*
3.00pm Milking Demonstration
3.30pm Animal Feeding
4.00pm Chicken Round Up

* Please note that rabbits will not be handled when temperatures exceed 30° Celsius and guinea pigs will not be handled when temperatures exceed 35° Celsius. These animals are very susceptible to heat stress and require extra care in hot conditions.

Admission Costs

  • Adults - $10.10

  • Child (2 -16 years) - $6.90

  • Concession - $6.90

  • Family (2 adults + 2 children) - $27.10


Gift Certificates

Family Day Pass Gift Certificates are valid for 6 months from date of purchase and provide entry into Bundoora Park Farm, including the Children's Farm, Heritage Village and Wildlife Reserve.


Opening Hours

Open daily, 10.00am - 4.30pm


Bundoora Park Farm closes on Christmas Day - 25 December, Boxing Day - 26 December & New Years Day - 1 January

The Roll Top Barn is a rare Scottish prefabricated galvanised iron barn dating from the 1880s. It was imported from Scotland by sailing ship and erected at "Paddy's Market" in Bourke Street (southwest corner of the Bourke St and Exhibition St intersection). 

In about 1930 it moved to Prospect Hill (Mt. Cooper) and served as a hay barn before being re-erected on its present site in about 1939. A engine room was added to operate a chaff cutter within the barn and this provided horse feed required by the Victorian Police Remount Depot.

The Roll Top Barn 

These days it is occupied by the Australian Blacksmiths Association (Victoria) Inc. and has the largest collection of operating forges in Australia. The Association has regular work days at the "Barn" from 11.00am to 4.00pm on the second and fourth Sunday of each month.


Community Garden plots are available to the public. If you do not have room at home for your own garden plot, then why not lease out a community garden plot at Bundoora Park Farm? You will be responsible for your own plot which includes planting and maintaining. You will be able to reap the rewards of all the seeds you sow.

Community Gardens - Garden plot

Bundoora Park Farm does not allow the spraying of herbicides and all produce is organic.

Garden plot fees

Raised Plot


Standard Plot


The Heritage Village at Bundoora Park Farm is an opportunity to experience Australian life in the early 20th Century. The history of Bundoora Park is on display including farm buildings dating back to 1899. 

The Heritage Village also exhibits a number of traditional crafts, skills and machinery including a working printing press and horse drawn farm equipment. It is also home to the Australian Blacksmiths Association (Victoria) Inc., Eltham Steam and Stationary Engine Preservation Society and The Papermakers of Victoria.

Heritage Village - House with children

Tours are available for organised groups. Bookings are essential. For more information please contact 8470 8164.


A ride through the wildlife reserve is an exciting ride giving people the opportunity to spot kangaroos and emus. Tickets can be purchased per person, or in blocks of 10 tickets.

Rides - Tractor and kangaroo

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Ride times: On the hour (final ride 4.00pm)


  • $3.40 per person
  • 10 Ride Tickets $27.50

Located at the entrance to Bundoora Park Farm, the café offers a relaxed dining atmosphere overlooking the picturesque waters of the wildlife reserve and is the perfect place to sit and relax.

Bundoora Park Cafe

Customers are welcomed by our friendly staff whether it be for a coffee, scone, light snack or lunch. Providing both eat in or take away options, our child-friendly menu caters for everyone.

The cafe features both indoor and outdoor seating and on those cold winter days customers can sit down in front of the fireplace and enjoy the warmth of a cosy fire.

Opening Hours

The Bundoora Park Café is open daily from 10.00am - 4.00pm, but is closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.

Bundoora Park holds informative, hands-on educational programs for all ages. Preschool, primary and secondary schools have a great opportunity to participate in programs involving either farm animals and agriculture or life in the early 20th century.

If you're of school age, love farm animals and nature, then Bundoora Park Farm offers you the chance to experience the farm through its weekend clubs.

Recreation programs are held on Saturdays during the school terms, the holiday programs are held during school holidays.

Holiday Programs

Bundoora Park Farm offers fun school holiday programs based around the farm. Two types of holiday programs are available at the farm;

Holiday Programs For Individuals

Bundoora Park Farm runs holiday programs for children of primary school age every school holidays. Programs run from 10am to 3pm. Places are limited and bookings are essential.

We are now taking booking for our Autumn Holiday Program. Download the flyer below and check out the fun activities happening down on the farm. Places are limited and bookings are essential.


Holiday Programs for Groups

Groups interested in a fantastic day at Bundoora Park Farm during the school holidays can find relevant information in our flyer or alternatively can contact our Education Team Leader on 8470 8164.

Autumn Holiday Program Activities.

Education Programs

A variety of educational programs are on offer at Bundoora Park Farm including farming, environmental education, horticulture, landcare, and settler and Aboriginal history.

Education sessions allow students to take part in activities ranging from animal feeding and care, plant propagation, composting and worm farming, farm production, and bush cooking.

Education Levels

There is an extensive range of education programs available to a variety of groups from preschool to tertiary level. Programs for disability groups are also available.

All education programs are conducted by experienced teaching staff who support and look out for the needs of teachers and students. Our programs involve a range of activities that can be tailored to meet your needs.

Program and cost

  • Term 1 Full Day Program - $13.00
  • Term 2 - 4 Full Day Program - $15.40
  • One Hour Session- $10.50

Heritage Education Program - Classroom experience

Preschool Playgroup Program Cost

  • Term 1 Full Day Program - $13.00
  • Term 2 - 4 Full Day Program - $15.40
  • One Hour Session - $10.50
  • Adult admission with Preschool & Playgroups $6.90

Prices are for the financial year 2017/2018.

Farm-based Education Programs

- Farm Education Programs F-2

A variety of education programs are available at the farm. The booklet below outlines the F-2 level programs we offer and provides information regarding how these programs relate to the Victorian Curriculum. Programs can be tailored to meet your needs.

History Education Program

- Exploring the Past

Bundoora Park Farm also offers a history-based program through our Heritage Village. The Heritage Village includes original farm buildings, a working printers workshop, a historical school and other displays.

Education Program Queries

For further information or bookings, please contact the Education Team Leader:

Email: BundooraPark.EducationTeamLeader@darebin.vic.gov.au
Phone: (03) 8470 8164
Fax: (03) 9261 4875

Jackaroo and Jillaroo Club

The Jackaroo and Jillaroo club is for children in school grades 2-6 who are interested in grooming ponies, feeding sheep and growing vegetables.

Jackaroo & Jillaroo activities are conducted within the boundaries of Cooper's Settlement and under the supervision of our experienced staff.

Children will learn about the fundamentals of farm life and participate in exciting farm activities, including feeding and caring for many types of farm animals.

Farm Activities

  • Animal care and maintenance
  • Feeding the farm animals
  • Growing plants from seed
  • Ponding and yabbying
  • Campfire activities

Club Times

The club operates for eight weeks each school term from 9.00am - 12.00pm on Saturday mornings.

There is currently a waiting list for the Jackaroo and Jillaroo Club, registrations for the waiting list are taken all year. To register your interest please call Reception on (03) 8470 8170 or email: bundpark@darebin.vic.gov.au. Once registered on the waiting list, you will be contacted when a place becomes available.


The Jackaroo and Jillaroo Club costs $164 for the 8 week program. A concession rate is available for concession card holders. Refunds are not available.

For more information please call (03) 8470 8170.

KOLT - Kids Outdoor Learning Team

KOLT is for young people in school years 7-10 and provides opportunities for participants to learn skills in animal husbandry, environmental monitoring and involvement in outdoor projects in a farm setting. Activities are conducted within Bundoora Park Farm and under the supervision of our experienced staff.

Farm Activities

  • Learning and applying animal husbandry skills
  • Assisting farm staff with daily farm chores
  • Draught horse driving
  • Water monitoring
  • Gardening and composting
  • Learning and applying horticulture skills

Club Times

  • The club operates for eight weeks each school term from 1:30pm - 4:30pm on Saturday afternoons.
  • Registrations are taken all year, however bookings are essential as places are limited.
  • An acceptance letter will be sent out near the beginning of term informing you of the starting dates.


KOLT costs $164 for the 8 week program. Refunds are not available.

Please note that there is currently a waiting list for this program. To find out more please call (03) 8470 8164.

How to get here


Bundoora Park
1069 Plenty Road, Bundoora
Melways Reference: Map 19 F4

Opening Hours
Location Hours
Bundoora Park Open Sunrise to Sunset
Bundoora Park Farm
Urban Farm, Wildlife Reserve and Heritage Village
Open 10.00am to 4.30pm Daily
Bundoora Park Cafe 10.00am - 4.00pm Daily
Bundoora Park Golf Course Sunrise to Sunset

To see the facilities and locations of attractions. see the Bundoora Park Map.

Note: Bundoora Park Farm & Cafe are closed - Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.

Visitors Centre, The Visitors Centre provides customers with information on the region and significant venues within Victoria.

Toilets are located in Bundoora Park Visitor's Centre, and several toilets are also provided in the park near playground, picnic and BBQ areas. Disabled toilets also provided.

Disabled Access - Disabled toilets, good access to paths, rides, function rooms, farm and heritage village. Contact Bundoora Park ahead of your visit for specific requirements: (03) 8470 8170.


Further details about the facilities at Bundoora Park can be found on the Darebin Community Portal website.

Bundoora Park

Bundoora Park provides a number of outstanding playgrounds, beautiful waterways and free BBQ facilities.

Bundoora Park is a 180 hectare parkland set in natural bushland beside the Darebin Creek and rising to Mount Cooper. A scenic drive takes you to the upper reaches of the park to see commanding views of the city and countryside.

Dog Club Areas

See the Bundoora Park Map to see the area where the Dog Obedience Clubs meet.

Dog Obedience Clubs

A number of dog obedience clubs operate from Bundoora Park, please contact the respective clubs for further details.

German Shepherd Dog Club of Victoria Inc Northern Branch

If you own a German Shepherd and want training in obedience, agility and show training, then why not bring your dog to the German Shepherd Dog Club of Victoria?

Contact: Lyn Brass
Business Phone: (03) 9459 9203
Dog Club activities held at: Bundoora Park, Waters Way

Wiltja Dog Obedience Club

Wiltja Dog Obedience Club Bundoora (Inc.) aims at educating and training the dog handlers how to train their dog for everyday situations.

  • Any breed welcome (conditions)
  • Puppies after final vaccination
  • Experienced instructors to assist with your training
  • Friendly atmosphereAmple car parking beside training area
  • Current vaccination certificate on enrolment
  • Classes commence 9.30am Sunday (Beginners 9.00am)

Visit Wiltja Dog Obedience Club or contact stan@wdoc.com.au for details. 

Conservation Areas

River Red Gum Reserve

Bundoora Park is full of many natural environmental wonders. Some of the River Red Gums within the park have been here for hundreds and hundreds of years. These are some of the oldest River Red gums in the Melbourne area. Conserving these magnificent trees has been a major objective for staff at Bundoora Park. A River Red Gum Regeneration Area has been set aside adjacent to the main entrance of the park and provides a great introduction to the park from Plenty Road. The revegetation of the area has taken place over the past three years and is an attempt to restore the park to its original glory full of the majestic River Red Gums. A walking path and seats have been installed within the area.

Parking is available on Curtain Street.

Woody Grasslands

The woody grassland conservation area is situated in the southwest corner of Bundoora Park.

It is a beautiful setting full of indigenous grasses and woodland trees. It is one of the few remaining remnant grasslands in this area. In springtime, the blooming wildflowers are remnant examples of the original woody grasslands flora. Bulbine Lily, Chocolate Lily, Slender Rice Flower, and Milk Maids are some of the wildflowers on show at this time.

Parking is available on Grasslands Road.

Mt. Cooper

The scenic drive to the top of Mount Cooper offers an amazing view of Melbourne’s skyline from one of the highest points in the Melbourne Metropolitan area - 137 metres above sea level. The small hill is a volcanic vent dating to the Miocene period. The volcano first erupted 9.2 million years ago.

See the Bundoora Park Map for directions to the Mt Cooper Scenic Drive.

Bundoora Park Farm offers a range of party and function options. Whether you are planning a birthday party, social gathering or family reunion, the function facilities are ideally suited to a variety of events.

Bundoora Park Farm has a several venues available for hire. Event bookings include the use of a venue and access to the farm activities and Heritage Village displays and;

  • Meet, feed and cuddle farm animals
  • Join in with the milking demonstration, animal feeding sessions and rabbit and guinea pig handling (scheduled times)
  • Stroll through the Heritage Village and experience the atmosphere of the early settlement
  • Take a ride to see the kangaroos and emus up close
  • Enjoy a ride on a pony (2-8 years only)

All rooms need to be booked in advance and events are self-catered. Please note that table décor and room decorations are not provided.

Venue Hire

  • Party Barn - Accommodates approximately 60 people and can be booked for a whole day i.e. 6.5 hour (2) sessions. $81.00 per session. Electricity available. Customers must have more than 60 guests to book for the whole day.
  • Stables - Accommodates approximately 15-20 people and can also be booked for a whole day (2) sessions. $81.00 per session. Electricity available.
  • Ibis Room - Accommodates approximatley 20-30 people and can only be booked for a 3 hour session. $81.00 Electricity, oven/hot plates, heating/cooling.
  • See Parties and Functions for photos of each venue.

Session Times

  • Morning: 10:00am - 1:00pm
  • Afternoon: 1:30pm - 4:30pm

Other Options

  • Rides - $3.40 per person, or $27.50 booklet of 10 tickets (saving of $6.50)
  • B.B.Q. - $13.00 per 3 hour session

If you have a specific question about booking a function room at Bundoora Park please use the Function Enquiry Form, or contact us directly on:

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Function Costs and Session Times

Admission costs and venue hire fees apply to all party bookings.

To book visit Bundoora Park Bookings.

Admission Costs
  • Child $6.90
  • Adult $10.10
  • Groups*/Concession $6.90

* 15 or more people over the age of 2 years and paying on the one receipt.

Note: No family tickets available for party bookings.

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Phone: (03) 8470 8170
Fax: (03) 9261 4875
External Web Links - Function Enquiry Form

At Bundoora Park we offer opportunities for community members to participate in our activities so they can develop their skills, promote the importance of animal interaction, environmental sustainability and enhance the local community.

While farming experience is not a requisite in applying for a volunteering position, we do require that applicants are enthusiastic, reliable, have a moderate level of fitness (able to use a shovel, broom, wheelbarrow etc.) and demonstrate personable attributes that will enable them to become an integral member of the team. Places in the volunteering program are limited and no guarantee of acceptance can be given. To protect our animals and park operations, only people who complete the selection and training program can be accepted into the volunteer program.

The roles available for volunteers to participate in are divided into two categories: animal husbandry and gardening and maintenance. Below is a table which outlines some of the tasks that you may undertake within these roles.

Animal Husbandry

Assisting farm hands in the daily operation of the farm with the preparation of food, enclosures and pens. Duties will include;

  • Clean animal pens and enclosures
  • Help prepare food for animals
  • Hay feed paddock animals
  • Bottle feeding
  • Clean troughs
  • Move animals as required
  • Animal handling with general public.   

Gardening and Maintenance

Assist the farm hands and horticulturalist with weeding, planting and general maintenance. Duties will include;

  • Revegetation (planting)
  • Re-mulching of garden beds
  • Hand weeding of grounds
  • Farm maintenance.


Will volunteering at Bundoora Park lead to employment? We can not guarantee employment on the completion of your volunteer placement. If positions do become available, they will be advertised on our website. After successfully completing your placement the volunteer or farm coordinator can provide written or telephone references.
Do I need any animal or farming experience? No, you don't need any experience- although we are looking for volunteers that are enthusiastic, willing to learn and give things a go. If you have experience or farming/garden skills please let the volunteer coordinator know so that we can better utilise and help further develop your experiences and skills.
Are there any age restrictions? Applicants must be 18 years or over.
How do I apply? Please read through the *Volunteering Application Process*, there is a link on this page which will enable you to register your interest in the volunteer program.
Can I volunteer for more than 6 months? At the end of your 6 months we can discuss extending your volunteering period, however, it will be dependent on volunteer numbers and availability.
Can I apply for less than 6 months? It is preferable that you are able to commit for the full 6 months, preference will be given to these applicants.
How will I know if I have been successful? The volunteer coordinator will contact you when the applications have been collated.
Will I receive training in my volunteer tasks? Yes! You will receive any training required so you can complete your tasks successfully. You will also undergo orientation and safety induction.
What do I wear when volunteering on the farm? Wear clothes that follow our workplace health and safety standards, which include sun smart gear and fully enclosed footwear. We'll tell you more about these requirements during the information session.
I still have questions who can I contact? If you still have questions about the volunteer program and the application process *please fill out an enquiry form* and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Application Process

Volunteer intakes are held in March and August. Applications open two months prior to these intake dates. Applications for the Bundoora Park Volunteer Program are now open. To apply, please complete the online *Application Form through the link below*. Applications close on Thursday 8th February 2018.


APPLY NOW - http://www.bundoorapark.com.au/Form/Forms.asp?Form_id=11

Are you having difficulties submitting the online application form? Please download this PDF version of the application form , which can be filled out on the computer, or printed and filled out by hand. Details on how to submit are located on the bottom of the form. Volunteers at compost building information session

After You Apply

After you have submitted your application you will need to attend an information session (dates and times outlined on the application form). This session is an informal opportunity for you and the staff at Bundoora Park to get to know each other and learn about the farm and volunteering experience. Due to limited places available, completing the application and attending the information session does not guarantee a place within the program. Successful applicants are chosen based on available places and applicant availability. Successful applicants will be required to attend an all day training induction before their placement begins. The dates and times for this will be outlined in the information session.

Working With Children Check

As a large proportion of the farm's visitors are children, all successful applicants will be required to undergo a free Working With Children Check before they commence, we recommend beginning this process now. For more information please visit Working With Children.

Bundoora Park Farm offers students the opportunity to work in a variety of settings suited students with an interest in farming, animals, agriculture and horticulture.

Our work experience program provides students with a meaningful, hands-on working experience in a farm environment. Some of the tasks include assisting in cleaning out animal pens, feeding, watering and nurturing animals, bottle feeding younger animals, helping guides with education groups and assisting with general farm cleaning and grounds maintenance. We welcome keen students with initiative and innovative ideas.

Secondary Schools and VCAL placements

We offer eight, one week placements each year, hosting one work experience student at a time. Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) placements can run over the course of several weeks and will depend on availability. Selection is based on responses to the Secondary Students Application Form, the dates requested (based on availability) and an interview.

Applications for work experience for 2018 are now open. To apply:

  1. Download and read the following links:
    - Work Experience Guidelines for Secondary Schools
    - Work Place Hazards in Working with Animals
  2. Complete the Secondary Students Application Form and ask your school work experience coordinator to read the form and if they are satisfied, to sign the form.
  3. Scan and email your completed form to Bundoora Park's Education Team Leader. Alternatively, post your completed form to: Att: Education Team Leader, P.O Box 138, Bundoora, VIC 3083
  4. If your application is successful you will be contacted by our Education Officer to arrange a time for a short interview.

University and TAFE Students

Placements for University and TAFE students are dependent on the length and time of placement, responses within the students' Application Form and an interview.

Applications for 2018 are now open. To Apply:

  1. Download and read the following links:
    - Work Placement Guidelines for University and Tafe Students
    - Work Place Hazards in Working with Animals
  2. Complete the University Students Application Form
  3. Scan and email your completed form to Bundoora Park's Education Team Leader. Alternatively post your completed form to: Att: Education Team Leader, P.O Box 138, Bundoora, VIC 3083
  4. If your application is successful you will be contacted by our Education Officer to arrange a time for a short interview.

Special Development Schools

Due to the nature of the work involved at Bundoora Park Farm, we request that students from special development schools only apply for a work experience placement if they are able to attend their placement with a Carer. If this is the case, please follow the guidelines for Secondary Schools and VCAL placements above. Should the application be successful the Carer will be required to attend the interview with the student.

Contact us using the following information

Bundoora Park welcomes your comments and appreciates your suggestions in relation to this site.

Bundoora Park
Postal Address: PO Box 138, Kingsbury VIC 3083
Phone: (03) 8470 8170
Fax: (03) 9261 4875
Email: bundpark@darebin.vic.gov.au 

Education Enquiries
Phone: (03) 8470 8164 
Email: bundoorapark.educationteamleader@darebin.vic.gov.au 

Bundoora Park Golf Course
Phone: (03) 9469 3880 
Fax: (03) 9469 3960
Email: bundoora@oncoursegolf.com.au

Frequently Asked Questions

Feedback Form (General Enquiries)

Education Program Enquiries - check this one

Function Enquiries

Park Booking Enquiries

Bundoora Park Golf Course is a 6000 metre, Par 72 course in a picturesque setting just 15 kilometers from the Melbourne CBD.

Bundoora Park Golf Course is located in a well wooded, picturesque parkland setting. The fairways and greens look and play well and the course offers a tough golf challenge that stretches almost 6000 metres and has a par 72. There are four par fives and four par threes, the balance is a mixture of par fours that range from 245 metres to a lengthy 407 metre hole.

Contact Us
Bundoora Park Golf Course
Phone: (03) 9469 3880
Fax: (03) 9469 3960
Email: bundoora@oncoursegolf.com.au.

There are several Golf Clubs associated with Bundoora Park Golf Course. New Members are always welcome. Contact Tony Dall’osto at the Golf Course on (03) 9469 3880 if you are interested. Listed below are the competition times for each club.

Competition Times
Tuesday Kings Park Golf Club 7:00am Hit Off
Wednesday Bundoora Park Ladies 8:30am Hit Off
Thursday Parkview Ladies 8:30am Hit Off
Saturday Yarraview Golf Club 9:00am Hit Off

Bundoora Park Golflink Competition

Bundoora Park Golflink Competition runs every Saturday from 6am for non-associated members.

What you need to do

  • Book your own tee time. Ph: 9469 3880
  • Register your name and valid Golflink Number onto the daily comp. sheet

Please note: A registered Golflink Member is required to mark and sign your card. (if you're on your own, then don't worry we can organise you to play with our regular players). Return cards to the Golfshop for processing

Cost: Green Fees plus competition fee (All competition fees go directly back to the players as prizes)

Golf Shop

Bundoora Park Golf Course has an excellent golf shop with a full range of golf equipment catering for the complete beginner and the advanced player. The shop offers;

  • Snack foods and light refreshments are available from the kiosk.
  • Clubs and
  • Motorised carts are for hire (pensioner discounts available)

Professional Club Fitting

Our motivated Golf professionals, who are certified and trained, insist on giving golfers the most complete, in depth club fitting experience available. Our fitters will be glad to explain about the quality, pricing and warranties that make your club fitting the best investment in your game.

Book in for a personal club fit or come along to our next FREE Golf Club Evaluation day for a club and swing analysis. Bookings required.

Fees for the use of the Bundoora Park  Golf Course;


  • Adult 18 hole = $30.00
  • Adult 9 hole = $20.50


  • 18 hole = $23.50
  • Concession 9 hole = $17.00
  • Unlimited Golf after 1.00pm (AEST) and 2.00pm (ADST)= $20.50

Weekend and Public Holiday Green Fees

  • Adult 18 Hole = $32.00
  • Adult 9 Hole = $21.00
  • Junior 18 Hole = $12.50 (after midday)
  • Junior 9 Hole = $10.50 (after midday)

Junior rates are for children under 16 years of age

JUNIORS - School Holiday Green Fee Special

Unlimited Golf for juniors after midday on school holidays is $6.60 each. Holidays as published on the Victorian State Government Website.

Please note

  • Junior rates apply only after midday on weekends and Public Holidays
  • Concession rates are NOT applicable on weekends and Public Holidays
  • Practice Fairway $6.00 per hour (Subject to availability, as directed by Golf Shop Staff)

Mad Mondays

Mad Monday Green Fee Special - $17 for 18 holes or $12.50 for 9 holes.

Give Golf a go!

Free Come and Try Days!

Ideal opportunity for anyone to participate and give golf a go. Ongoing follow up clinics are provided to help you maintain interest, meet new people and to improve your golf! Bookings are required.

Next Free Come and Try Day is:

Junior Cadet Golf Club

Launched in August 2002, the Junior Cadet Golf Club caters for boys and girls under 16 years of age.

When: Every Saturday from 9am and Sunday from 10am.
Who: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Classes
Cost: $10.00 per session

The aim is to have all children complete a Level 1 skills test. Children that attain Level 1 may then participate in an organised nine hole event on Saturday at noon. The cost for a junior 9 hole after Midday is $9.00 and prizes are awarded. The children who have not achieved the Level 1 requirement will continue for a further half hour of tuition.

Junior Holiday Programs

Junior golf clinics and events are provided for boys and girls during every school holidays.

Junior Open Competitions

Two Junior Open Tournaments are conducted each January. All programs and events are open to boys and girls of all ages.

Sponsored by McDonalds Kingsbury.