Take a swing on one of W.A's luxury courses
Taking a swing or putting on a soft green is nothing short of relaxing, enjoyable and challenging, so why not make the most of Western Australia’s balmy, sunny days, light offshore winds and picturesque natural settings with a game of golf. With some of the most unique courses, Western Australia has a number of famous courses, ranging from luxurious resort courses to lush public courses available for everybody to enjoy.
Where can I play golf in Western Australia?
Designed by world famous golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Jnr, Joondalup Resort Country Club is golfing in luxury. Formerly voted as Australia’s number one golf course, Joondalup offers 27 holes made up of three 9 hole courses, alongside luxury accommodation after a day on the green. Designed by the same architect and regularly ranked in the top ten courses of the country, Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club is situated in Mandurah, 30 minutes south of Perth and promises “golf as nature intended”. One of the state’s best all weather courses, Meadow Springs uses its natural surrounds to incorporate a course both unique and testing for players of all abilities.
Acclaimed as one of the best golf courses in Western Australia, The Links Kennedy Bay is an 18 hole golf course with a sand base, beautifully manicured green grass and smooth greens. 115 pot style bunkers situated throughout the course make for a challenging game to test your swing, accompanied with a gentle wind coming off the blue waters of the Indian Ocean.
For a long game of golf – 1,365 kilometers of golfing to be exact – the Nullabor Links is the world’s longest golf course with one hole in each participating town along the Eyre Highway, from Kalgoorlie to Ceduna in South Australia. A quintessentially Australian experience, the Nullabor Links is a golfing challenge like no other, so ensure you take a bucket or five hundred of golf balls to complete the course.
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