There’s just about a golf course in every town in the Volcanic Lakes and Plains region. We proudly are home to some excellent 18 hole courses, and we think they are all worth a try. Book your extended stay now to tee off at all of them…
A picturesque 18 hole golf course, set in a volcanic crater with views of Lake Gnotuk. Abundant birdlife and native fauna, grass green, no bunkers, hilly terrain, watering of greens and tees only.
Enjoy a leisurely round at Terang — 18 holes, par 72 course, Terang is a popular, mainly flat course. The course is located in the ‘dry lake’ with the grassed tree lined fairways. An excellent year-round course with watered fairways.
This 12 hole course in Cobden features a clubhouse ‘Lounge’ open for coffee, cold beers and lunch and dinner seven days a week. With activities every day of the week, including the Thursday night ‘chicken-run’ held during daylight savings and open to anyone who wants to play golf.
9 holes par 72 course — adjacent to Jimmi Buscombe’s “Dancing Brolgas” water tower mural. Includes 2 fairways and open year-round to members and visitors.
Charming 9 hole course has fully watered greens and fairways, open all year round. The clubhouse has been operating for 120 years, is fully licensed and is open 7 days a week from early afternoon until late. Visitors welcome.
In a tranquil setting on the banks of the Hopkins River, this challenging 9 hole course boasts well-manicured grassed greens and tree-lined fairways
Take another 9 hole challenge in Skipton. Tree lined fairways and grassed green in yet another pretty setting — co-located with the bowls club.
This 18-hole par 72 drought-proofed course overlooking the Colac township. Tree-lined with grass fairways, a putting green, plus a pro-shop. You can also come just to bash out a few balls on the driving range!
9 hole public course with small, challenging grass greens. Lovingly maintained by locals. Try to land there on a competition day to make the most of the welcoming club hospitality.
Wind down after a day on the course at the member’s local. Make sure you check out our recommendations for where to grab a parma and a pot to discuss the plays of the day
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