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South Australia

Crater Lakes Disc Golf Park

Mount Gambier Disc Golf Park is fast becoming one of the premier disc golf destinations in Australia. This 18 basket, 27 tee disc golf course situated inside one of the cities famous extinct volcanoes takes in sweeping 360-degree views. The elevation is a key feature of this course, with dramatic changes greeting players on many of it’s challenging holes. A mix of European and native trees in the park provide diversity and a unique experience for players

Meldanda Disc Golf Course

Meldanda is a private scout camp. The disc golf course is a recently developed addition to Meldanda thanks to a donation from SA Scouts of homemade disc golf baskets and several extended visits from the SA Frisbee Golf Association who have plotteda course. The course features 9 baskets with 9 tees and is beginner friendly.

Tintinara Disc Golf Park

The Tintinara DiscGolfPark is situated in the beautiful town of the same name. Located in the Coorong Shire district on the main highway linking Adelaide to Melbourne, the Tintinara Disc Golf Park is the first free to play, public disc golf course in South Australia. The sparkling blue lake managed by the members of the local Tintinara Action Club is home to the course, with the 9 baskets and 18 tee positions wrapping their way around the oasis and extending up to the popular local Men’s Shed. The course installation is an initiative of the OPAL (Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle) program, and the course is popular amongst the local community and visitors traveling through the town.

Woodhouse Activity Centre Disc Golf Park

Woodhouse is home to Adelaide’s only disc golf course. Woodhouse is an experience-based group accommodation for school camps, corporate conferences and team building events, weddings, milestone birthdays, family reunions, as well as cultural and community groups. Just 15 minutes up the freeway, you’ll find 5 different styles of accommodation on the 54-hectare property, ranging from a 2 storey heritage-listed mansion to small, rustic chalets for family getaways; a purpose-built conference centre that sleeps 80 and space for bush camping as far as the eye can see.

Mount Gambier Disc Golf Club

MGDG Club was formed in 2017 by Ryan Nicholson. It has seen numbers grow dramatically over the first 12 months and has players covering all age groups and abilities. The Club Holds Monthly Club Days with players completing 1 round of the 18 hole course. Earning themselves points towards the annual club league champion for men’s, women’s and juniors. Club membership is $60 for Adult and $30 for Juniors which includes entry to the 11 Club league Days and entry to the 1 Club Championship event.