Tee off on some of the world's top courses
A proud sporting nation, Australia is far from under par when it comes to golf courses. Golf is largely a leisure activity for many Australians, although with international events such as the PGA Tour of Australasia being held on home grounds, many golfing fanatics flock to the green grounds for some competitive rounds. Australian golf courses are hard to compete against, with over 1500 scattered around the nation, dating back to 1882. When travelling, it’s inevitable that you will pass a course or two so grab a buggy, don your golfing cap and head for a hole in one.
Where are some of Australia's best golf courses?
Rapidly making its mark in the golfing world, Western Australia’s climate, temperature and unique scenery are perfect for being out and about on the green. Courses like The Links Kennedy Bay and Joondalup are well renowned for their diverse contrast and breathtaking views. Victoria and Tasmania’s lush green fields are also home to some of Australia’s well renowned courses, full of history and beauty. Tasmania’s Ratho is the oldest golf course in Australia, still open for a round or two, while Barnbougle Dunes in the north east of the state is rated as Australia’s best public golf course. What better place to tee off, overlooking on cliff top holes to a scenic ocean view.