Golfing Holidays: Play and Stay

Tee off on a world-class golfing getaway, surrounded by idyllic beauty, unique undulating greens and nearby clubhouse options that deliver leading dining and facilities. Whether you choose the tranquil landscapes of Barmera, the Murray River charm of CluBarham or the coastal beauty of Coffs Harbour, these world-class Aussie destinations promise golf holidays like no other. 

Barmera Golf Club – South Australia

Play and Stay at Barmera Golf Course. Image from Barmera.

Nestled on the banks of Lake Bonney in South Australia, Barmera Golf Club presents a serene and scenic escape for any golf aficionado. The 18-hole course is surrounded by native bushland and hosts an extensive year-round program of competitions. You’ll also find an inviting and friendly clubhouse with local wines and beers to enjoy after your triumph on the green.

Where to stay

Base yourself in golfing paradise by staying where the action is. You’ll find spacious and comfortable accommodation at the Comfort Inn & Suites Riverland. Enjoy a view of the Riverland golf courses, as well as a seasonal outdoor pool and tennis courts. 

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CluBarham Golf & Sports – New South Wales

Comfort Inn Suites Clubarham Golf Resort is the best place to stay!

Located in the heart of New South Wales, CluBarham Golf & Sports is a major golfing haven by the Murray River. Boasting a famed 18-hole course designed by golf course architect Ross Watson, these lush fairways and well-manicured greens will keep you busy. Relax afterwards with some alfresco dining at The Huts or enjoy a fine blend of modern and traditional cuisine at the River Gum Bistro & Café.

Where to stay

Comfort Suites Clubarham Golf Resort is a golf lover’s paradise in one of the best golf courses New South Wales has to offer. Stay-and-play options are available, as well as a restaurant, undercover outdoor camp kitchen and BBQ area, and heated saltwater pool – all surrounded by stunning bushland. 

Toowoomba Golf Club – Queensland

Toowoomba Golf Club

Established in 1896, the Toowoomba Golf Club offers a golfing experience atop the Great Dividing Range in Queensland at an elevation of 700 metres. The rolling 18-hole championship fairways are set amongst tall pines, presenting both scenic terrain and strategic bunkering. The famous clubhouse deck offers the perfect place to relax with a drink after a round. 

Where to stay

Toowoomba is full of accommodation options to suit every taste and budget. Explore your options in premier locations at Comfort Inn Grammar View, Comfort Inn Glenfield and Econo Lodge Toowoomba Motel & Events Centre – close to the best of golf courses in Toowoomba.

Coffs Harbour Golf Club – New South Wales

Beautiful scenes of the Coffs Harbour Gold Club.

Coffs Harbour Golf Club is a coastal gem that combines stunning ocean views with a meticulously designed 27-hole championship course. Enjoy the challenge of the tight fairways while taking in the refreshing sea breeze. The club is also home to the Lakes Restaurant, which serves delicious traditional fare as well as succulent seafood such as creamy garlic prawns and tempura fish bites. 

Where to stay

Explore the coastal city of Coffs Harbour by finding accommodation close to the marine park and beautiful beaches for a golf trip Australia style. 

Horsham Golf Club – Victoria

Morning views at Horsham Golf Club. Image from Horsham Gold Club.

Situated on 500 acres and home to some of the state’s oldest Whispering Gums, the Horsham Golf Club is renowned for its world class course and gorgeous undulating greens. The 18-hole layout offers a mix of premier golfing experiences for players of all skill levels. This club enjoys a reputation as one of the best in Australia, and has been listed as one of the top ranking courses. The club also enjoys a relaxed and modern atmosphere with a great view.   

Where to stay

Enjoy golf combined with warm country hospitality by staying at the Comfort Inn Capital Horsham. Horsham is a great base for exploring the stunning beauty of the Grampians National Park and Wartook Valley. You’ll also get to stroll the nearby golf courses in Horsham.

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