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The mild Australian climate allows golf to be played throughout the year and there are plenty of opportunities to tee-off on a highly rated golf course for those planning a golf trip to Australia. Indeed few countries in the world compete with the golfing opportunities offered in Australia.

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The mild Australian climate allows golf to be played throughout the year and there are plenty of opportunities to tee-off on a highly rated golf course for those planning a golf trip to Australia. Indeed few countries in the world compete with the golfing opportunities offered in Australia. The game's popularity has been dramatically increased by the great successes of Australian players, such as Greg Norman, Steve Elkington, Geoff Ogilvy, Stuart Appleby and Adam Scott to mention just a few.
Many golf resorts around Australia offer luxury accommodation and facilities that include the opportunity to play on international standard golf courses that rival the world's best. Resorts are built in outstanding natural locations that range from hillside courses overlooking golden beaches to fairways winding beside rivers or through dramatic bushland.

Two golf clubs compete for the title of being the oldest clubs in the country: the Australian Golf Club in Sydney formed in 1882, and the Royal Melbourne Club formed in 1891. Today there are over 1500 courses ranging from the manicured elegance of of older established courses to the arid, nine hole layouts in the outback with greens of oiled sand to the course winding through dramatic undulating dunes land within a stone's throw of the famous Indian Ocean.

The golf courses have some interesting surprises related to the Australian terrain. You may encounter grazing kangaroos, or have to circumnavigate a wombat's hole or keep an eye out for any croc coming out of the water hazard.

It is easy and relatively inexpensive to play golf in Australia. There are private, resort and public/municipal golf courses scattered across the country, each with club facilities. Play golf on public / municipal courses is usually possible seven days a week. Reserved tee-off times are available most days.

Most clubs have quality hire equipment available at reasonable rates. Most golfers in Australia pull their own buggies around the course. Caddies are seldom used & motorised carts are usually only available at resort courses.

QUEENSLAND - "Beautiful one day, perfect the next". Warm, sunny days, mild nights, and very little rain during the day makes for perfect golfing conditions. Popular golf regions include Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, and Tropical North Queensland (Port Douglas & Cairns).
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NEW SOUTH WALES boasts many wonderful golf courses in both Sydney and regional areas, such as the Hunter Valley. [New South Wales Golf Resorts and Accommodation]

VICTORIA is home to a number of incredible golf regions, including the world-famous Melbourne Sandbelt, the Mornington Peninsula, the Yarra Valley, and the Bellarine Peninsula (site of the "Great Ocean Road"). All this within easy driving distance of cosmopolitan Melbourne, the "world's most liveable city". [Victoria Golf Resorts and Accommodation]

SOUTH AUSTRALIA is home to a number of golf courses rated amongst Australia's Top 100, including the prestigious Royal Adelaide. South Australia is also regarded as the winemaking centre of Australia. [South Australia Golf Resorts and Accommodation]

The AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY (ACT) is home to several fine golf courses within easy reach of Canberra (Australia's capital). [ACT Golf Resorts and Accommodation]

TASMANIA, also known as "The Apple Isle", is developing into a world-class golf destination, with the Barnbougle Dunes (near Launceston) a major highlight. [Tasmania Golf Resorts and Accommodation]

Visitors to THE NORTHERN TERRITORY, also known as "Outback Australia", can play at the Alice Springs Golf Club, rated one of the Top 100 courses in Australia. Or if staying in Darwin, try Palmerston Golf Course. [Northern Territory Golf Resorts and Accommodation]

WESTERN AUSTRALIA, and in particular its capital, Perth, is a fantastic golfing destination, boasting a number of highly rated resort-style courses and a perfect golfing climate.
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Ayers Rock New South Wales Cairns Northern Beach Adelaide Cape York Maroochydore
Blue Mountains Northern Territory Farmstays Airlie Beach Clifton Beach Melbourne
Fraser Island Queensland Fleurieu Peninsula Alice Springs Coffs Harbour Mission Beach
Great Barrier Reef South Australia Fraser Coast Atherton Tablelands Coolum Beach Mooloolaba
Kakadu Tasmania Gold Coast Brisbane Coolangatta Noosa
The Kimberley Western Australia Great Ocean Road Broadbeach Daintree Oak Beach
Ningaloo Reef   Hunter Valley Broome Darwin Palm Cove
Rainforest   Kangaroo Island Byron Bay Fremantle Perth
Sydney Opera House   Murray River Bundaberg Hervey Bay Port Douglas
Twelve Apostles   Margaret River Burleigh Heads Hobart Sydney
Whitsundays   Outback Caloundra MacKay Townsville
    Sunshine Coast Canberra Magnetic Island Trinity Beach
    Surfers Paradise Cairns Main Beach Yorkeys Knob
    Tropical North Queensland Cape Tribulation    
     Barossa Valley