Courses

Headland Golf Club

Golf Links Road
Buderim, QLD, 4556
Australia

Region: 9. Sunshine Coast

Headland Golf Club

Headland Golf Course is located in Buderim, overlooking the Mooloolaba Coastline and is a true test of golf. You will need all of your skills to get around the testing layout without falling foul of its tricks and turns.

Headland Golf Course is located in Buderim, overlooking the Mooloolaba Coastline and is a true test of golf. You will need all of your skills to get around the testing layout without falling foul of its tricks and turns.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR: 72
Length (m): 6132
Architect:
Design Year:

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Noosa Springs

Links Drive
Noosa Heads, QLD, 4567
Australia

Region: 9. Sunshine Coast

Noosa Springs

Noosa Springs, carved out of Noosa's stunning landscape, this course does what all great courses do. It challenges you. It invites you to think, then decide. It's beguiling, and beautiful. Creative, and captivating.

Rated in the top 12 Stay and Play Resorts in Australia (Australian Golf Course Guide 2010), Noosa Springs Golf & Spa Resort is the perfect place for a couple’s escape or a golf getaway for individuals, families or groups. The Golf Course forms a significant part of the Noosa Springs Golf & Spa Resort, representing a destination within a destination. It is a locally owned and operated luxury boutique style resort with supreme leisure facilities, situated in the heart of Noosa Heads. Surrounded by picturesque Lake Weyba and Noosa National Park it provides a relaxing haven, only three minutes from Hastings Street and famous beaches.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR: 73
Length (m): 6189
Architect: Graham Papworth
Design Year: 1999

Playing Tips

1
Par 4, Length 340m

2
Par 4, Length 329m

3
Par 5, Length 460m

4
Par 3, Length 131m

5
Par 4, Length 320m

6
Par 4, Length 345m

7
Par 4, Length 395m

8
Par 3, Length 166m

9
Par 5, Length 480m

10
Par 4, Length 343m

11
Par 4, Length 298m

12
Par 4, Length 376m

13
Par 3, Length 152m

14
Par 4, Length 313m

15
Par 5, Length 505m

16
Par 3, Length 181m

17
Par 4, Length 325m

18
Par 5, Length 455m

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Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club

Avon Avenue
Banksia Beach, QLD, 4507
Australia

Region: 9. Sunshine Coast

Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club

Pacific Harbour is an island paradise centred around a unique 18 hole championship course and a superb subtropical style golf and country club. Course architect, Ross Watson, much admired for his work on Palm Meadows, Robina Woods and Royal Sydney, has conceived Pacific Harbour as a temptation for casual golfers and professionals alike. All the key characteristics of a world-class course are present: a great layout that tracks the terrain naturally, challenging design and memorable holes, framed by beautiful landscaping. The course also meets strict environmental guidelines for low impact. Distinctive features include interconnecting bodies of water and beach bunkering, seaside style shaping, mirrored lakes, wetlands, wildlife corridors and a well thought out landscape of native flora.

Pacific Harbour is an island paradise centred around a unique 18 hole championship course and a superb subtropical style golf and country club.

Course architect, Ross Watson, much admired for his work on Palm Meadows, Robina Woods and Royal Sydney, has conceived Pacific Harbour as a temptation for casual golfers and professionals alike. All the key characteristics of a world class course are present : a great layout that tracks the terrain naturally, challenging design and memorable holes, framed by beautiful landscaping.

The course also meets strict environmental guidelines for low impact. Distinctive features include interconnecting bodies of water and beach bunkering, seaside style shaping, mirrored lakes, wetlands, wildlife corridors and a well thought out landscape of native flora

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR: 74
Length (m): 6402
Architect: Ross Watson
Design Year: 2006
Top 100: 60

Playing Tips

1
Par 5, Length 501m

A gentle starting hole. A good drive aimed slightly right of the trap on the left will leave a perfect position to approach the green. Longer hitters can take on the bunker on the left and with success will leave a long iron to the green. A lay should be positioned short of the bunker on the left to allow the full length of the green to be used for the approach shot.

2
Par 4, Length 325m

The tee shot is intimidating because of the water along the left of the fairway linking up with beach bunkers near the green. A smart decision from the tee is to play the shot aligned to the left edge of the right fairway bunker allowing the terrain to capture the roll of the ball to end on the fairway cut. A cautious player may decide to leave the driver in the bag and play for position with an iron. The distance from the bunker to the small (520 m2) undulating green is only 100m. The green presents many varying slopes increasing the degree of difficulty when putting. Be aware of the pin placement and the approach gradients. Do not be aggressive with your putt as a birdie opportunity could result with a bogey score.

3
Par 5, Length 500m

A tough driving hole with bunkers left and right, trouble on the left. The longer hitters will take on the bunker on the right, with success giving opportunity to go for the green in 2. A perfect tee shot should be aimed at the right edge of the bunker on the left. Your lay up should be positioned to the left centre of the fairway keeping away from the bunker positioned 100m short on the right. Be sure to place your 3rd shot on the same level as the flag for an easy 2 putt.

4
Par 3, Length 189m

When standing on the tee check the wind or light breeze direction. Most golfers will have to play a tee shot with a fairway, hybrid woods or a long iron. It will be important that if the prevailing south-easterly to southerly wind blows, the tee shot should be aligned towards the right bunker to open up the front entrance to the green. This line of play will hopefully keep the ball clear of the 30m long bunker that skirts the virgin wetland. Playing the hole into a north-easterly summer breeze will require the player to choose the right club selection to reach the green. The gentle undulating green has a depth of 35 meters which may present some long range putts to achieve a birdie.

5
Par 4, Length 392m

The 2nd hardest hole on the course. A perfect tee shot should be aimed just left of the bunkers on the right, will leave a 2nd shot of about 160m from the centre of the fairway. Club selection is the key for the 2nd shot. Avoiding the bunkers to the left of the green is a must. The best place to miss this green is short and right for a chip shot straight up the green.

6
Par 4, Length 383m

Aim the tee shot in the direction of the cluster of bunkers in the far distance that are situated to the right of the green. This line of play gives the best approach to the green for the second shot. The second shot will generally play downwind. In front and to the left of the green there are several hollows trapping the short hit approach to the green. The ultimate challenge for the approach is to finish on the same level as the pin placement. Once familiar with the severe slope on the green the player should conquer this hole by knowing where to land the approach shot and subsequent roll of the ball to the pin.

7
Par 3, Length 145m

My favourite hole on the golf course! From the black markers it measures 145m, with every last meter of it over water, with the green reminding me of the famous island green at Sawgrass. Into a prevailing south easterly wind, the hole plays 2 to 3 clubs longer. The bail out area is short and left on this hole but club selection is vital.

8
Par 4, Length 354m

The wide lens/landscape fairway sweeps to the right with a lateral water hazard ever present from the tee to the green. Line up the tee shot because the shot will not have to carry the water hazard to the green. If the hole is on the lower tier the player should be cautious with the putt from the higher level as a putt hit too firm may roll off the green.

9
Par 4, Length 381m

A perfectly played tee shot up the left hand side of the fairway not only avoids the fairway traps on the right but also gives you a look at the green. Your approach shot needs to be accurate but a shot missed left rather than the deep bunker on the right will leave an easier up and down.

10
Par 4, Length 368m

The tee box is in the foreground to the ambience of the relaxed atmosphere of the clubhouse. The tee shot appears to be a shooting gallery with 4 majestic bunkers positioned left into the slight undulating terrain of the fairway. For the best entrance to the green the tee shot must stay just left of a right fairway pot bunker. The green is angled to the right and well guarded by a very deep bunker on the right and the left bunker frames the narrow entrance to the green.

11
Par 5, Length 536m

A very strong PAR 5. A perfect tee shot should be aimed just left of the fairway trap on the right of the fairway. Once the tee shot has been negotiated a decision has to be made whether to lay up short of the bunkers 100m from the green or to take them on and leave a pretty simple pitch and putt. If you are laying up, be sure to leave your favourite yardage into the green.

12
Par 4, Length 333m

Standing on the tee it appears to be a straight-away hole. Visible from the tee is a pot bunker that is 35 meters in front of the green which gives a focus line of play threading through the foreground bunkers on the right and left of the fairway. Playing to the smallest green (460 m2 28m X 18m deep) requires a high approach shot to hold the perched green.

13
Par 3, Length 140m

A great short PAR 3. This hole requires an accurate approach from the tee to a very small green. Ideally the way to play this hole is to aim it at the bunker short of the green which is located in the centre of the green. A shot turning right to left a little too much will catch the slope and roll onto the wetland. Take the centre of the green and 2 putts and go to the next.

14
Par 5, Length 493m

The beauty of the hole especially when playing into a setting sun will be stunning. Line up to a far distant bunker left of the greenside for a good target line. Ninety percent of golfers may need to lay up for the second shot because of the wee burn crossing the fairway 30 meters out from the green. When the hole placement is a right position, play left of the flag because the slope from the edge of the green may take a ball hit right of the pin down to the lateral water hazard.

15
Par 4, Length 397m

Such a tough hole. Depending on the wind a driver or fairway metal from the tee to avoid the bunkers left and right. Once you negotiate your tee shot a mid to long iron to a large sloping green is required. Be sure to leave your approach shot on the correct tier of the reen to leave an easier 2 putt PAR.

16
Par 4, Length 349m

With the beautiful backdrop of the clubhouse and pandanus trees it is a short hole that will reward the golfer with PAR. Play for a position as near as possible to the fairway bunkers. There is an intimidating water hazard that encroaches on the right front portion of the green. Play the shot with caution with line of play left centre of the green.

17
Par 3, Length 208m

The longest PAR 3 on the course with the longest bunker in the Southern Hemisphere. Depending on the wind direction and location of the flag you may need every bit of the club in your bag and more! Or it could be nothing more than a 5 or 6 iron. Aim your shot to the left centre of the green to allow the ball to feed off the contour to the centre of the green. Once again find the centre of the green 2 putts and run to the next tee.

18
Par 4, Length 408m

A wide landing, sweeping, rolling fairway beautified by the natural bush land to the left and to the other side a beach bunker lapped by the mirror lake. Avoid the beach bunker and play for additional distance from the contours of the fairway. For safety and protection of a good scorecard play to the left portion of the green especially when the pin placement is near to the water.

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Palmer Coolum Resort

Warran Road
Coolum Beach, QLD, 4573
Australia

Region: 9. Sunshine Coast

Palmer Coolum Resort

Palmer Coolum Resort is a resort golf course offering a wide range of playing times OPEN 7 days per week to all public players. Contact either Palmer Coolum Resort or GOLFSelect for more information. Palmer Coolum Resort was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, and represents one of his most subtle designs. Unlike other Trent Jones courses you wont find any of the huge undulation or the trademark double and triple tiered greens. The course is a subtle challenge rather than an intimidating brute. The designer himself described the course at Coolum in a similar vain saying 'This course is not designed to punish champions, just to find out who they are.'

Hyatt Regency Coolum, is home of the Australian PGA and was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, and represents one of his most subtle designs. Unlike other Trent Jones courses you wont find any of the huge undulation or the trademark double and triple tiered greens. The course is a subtle challenge rather than an intimidating brute. The designer himself described the course at Coolum in a similar vain saying 'This course is not designed to punish champions, just to find out who they are.'

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR: 73
Length (m): 6137
Architect: Robert Trent Jones Jnr
Design Year: 1988
Top 100: 70

Playing Tips

1
Par 5, Length 518m

The first hole is a challenging par 5 with water left and bunkers right off the tee. It requires a smart tee shot and then a correct lay up 2nd shot to avoid the water that protects the green. This is a classic risk reward hole with the long hitters offered a small chance at glory in taking the hole on in 2 shots.

2
Par 3, Length 158m

A picturesque par 3 with a large bunker protecting the front of the green. The flag position determines the difficulty of this par 3 with a large wide green, be careful as the green is narrow in depth with a bunker catching balls that go too long.

3
Par 5, Length 481m

A strong par 5 that plays into the North Easterly sea breeze on most afternoons. Bunkers are visible from the tee so a nice tee shot is required followed by an accurate 2nd shot as water cuts into the fairway up the left side of this hole.

4
Par 4, Length 343m

Risk reward on offer here with a short par 4 using the driver here can reward players with a short chip or pitch to the green but bunkers on both sides of the fairway await a mis hit drive. The second shot is important to keep to the right side of the green as a steep embankment awaits a ball rolling off to the left.

5
Par 5, Length 498m

This par 5 rewards the straight hitter with the hole guarded by 5 fairway bunkers accuracy is the key. When arriving at the green players are faced with a ridge than runs through the middle of the green which makes reading your putt that much more difficult.

6
Par 3, Length 122m

The shortest hole on the course but well protected by bunkers surrounding the entire green. This hole requires and accurate tee shot to give you a birdie chance.

7
Par 4, Length 336m

This dogleg par 4 is a challenging hole without water. Bunkers to the right guard the fairway and overhanging trees to the left, so a good tee shot is required.

8
Par 3, Length 189m

A demanding Par 3 with a large green. If you keep to the right side of the green you can be rewarded with a par.

9
Par 4, Length 354m

The 9th hole starts the run of 7 holes that all have water guarding the fairway, green or both. A well-placed tee shot is required in the fairway keeping away from the water that cuts in from the right side.

10
Par 4, Length 365m

The 10th hole is a great par 4 with bunkers and water surrounding the fairway. The undulating fairway makes for a tricky approach with the hollow to the left of the green, bunker to the back and bunker right waiting for the offline approach.

11
Par 3, Length 160m

The signature par 3 on the course that requires pin point accuracy. Water tightly protects the front and right of the green and grass hollows to the left don?t make a up and down 3 an easy task.

12
Par 5, Length 478m

A blind tee shot awaits players on this par 5. The best line is just right of centre as for the long players will be able to reach this hole is 2 shots. The fairway slightly doglegs to the right with water protecting players who hit to the left of the fairway. An accurate approach shot is important as the green is protected by bunkers.

13
Par 4, Length 356m

A dogleg left par 4 with water to the left and a bunker both protect this fairway. A solid tee shot is important here as approaching this 2 tiered green club selection is very important.

14
Par 3, Length 180m

A great par 3 with again water protecting the green. This time it?s to the left. The safe side is to aim at the right side off the green to give you the best chance for par.

15
Par 5, Length 529m

This par 5 can trick players that have not played the course before as the water cuts across the fairway catching out the long hitters. With this water in play 3 wood off the tee is advised and the hole to be played as a 3 shot par 5.

16
Par 4, Length 324m

A dogleg left par 4 see?s length off the tee not paramount but accuracy the key to this hole. It is best to play just short of the fairway bunkers on the right side of the dog leg and this will leave you with 100m the this elevated green that requires a pin point approach.

17
Par 4, Length 361m

Slight dog leg right par 4 with a uphill second shot. This hole has the ability to be tough without looking tough. After a tee shot in the fairway you will need one extra club to approach the up hill green ensuring you navigate around the deep greenside bunker.

18
Par 4, Length 385m

The signature hole of the course this is a great par 4 with a real risk reward option for your tee shot. The water lines the left side of the fairway with bunkers protecting the right side. The tee shot is demanding and then approach must not flirt with the water to the left of the green. This is a fun finishing hole to any course.

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Pelican Waters Golf Club

Mahogany Drive
Pelican Waters, QLD, 4551
Australia

Region: 9. Sunshine Coast

Pelican Waters Golf Club

Pelican Waters GC, exclusively designed by Greg Norman, this 18 hole championship course is arguably one of the finest, most challenging and rewarding courses in Australia. Boasting impeccably manicured bunkers, greens and fairways, and a world class driving range and short game practice facility, it guarantees golfers of all levels a truly exhilarating and memorable experience.

Pelican Waters Golf Club, exclusively designed by Greg Norman, is an 18 hole championship golf course that is arguably one of the finest, most challenging and rewarding courses in Australia. Boasting impeccably manicured bunkers, greens and fairways, and a world class driving range and short game practice facility, it guarantees golfers of all levels a truly exhilarating and memorable experience.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR: 72
Length (m): 6589
Architect: Greg Norman, Bob Harrison
Design Year: 2000
Top 100: 59

Playing Tips

1
Par 4, Length 338m

2
Par 4, Length 303m

3
Par 5, Length 465m

4
Par 3, Length 160m

5
Par 4, Length 334m

6
Par 3, Length 155m

7
Par 4, Length 368m

8
Par 5, Length 493m

9
Par 4, Length 380m

10
Par 5, Length 465m

11
Par 3, Length 160m

12
Par 4, Length 279m

13
Par 4, Length 295m

14
Par 3, Length 143m

15
Par 4, Length 366m

16
Par 5, Length 460m

17
Par 4, Length 376m

18
Par 4, Length 393m

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Peregian Springs Golf Club

95 Peregian Springs Drive
Peregian Springs, QLD, 4573
Australia

Region: 9. Sunshine Coast

Peregian Springs Golf Club

Peregian Springs is a new private golf club situated at Peregian Beach, about 15 minutes from Noosa and 20 minutes From Maroochydore Airport on Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast.

Peregian Springs is a new private golf club situated at Peregian Beach, about 15 minutes from Noosa and 20 minutes From Maroochydore Airport on Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast.

Peregian Springs Golf Club was designed by Phil Scott and is a challenging but not arduous par 72 championship course. The course measures 6255 metres from the blue tees. Set amongst the award winning residential estate and surrounding bush land creates an idyllic setting for a relaxing game of golf with family and friends.

Other facilities include practice facilities and a superbly appointed clubhouse with bar, dining areas and gymnasium.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 6210
Architect: Phil Scott
Design Year:

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Tewantin Noosa Golf Club

Cooroy Road
Tewantin, QLD, 4565
Australia

Region: 9. Sunshine Coast

Tewantin Noosa Golf Club

Tewantin Noosa is still the course the locals and visitors want to play. Set over 6,148 metres of easy walking, the course received a $1 million upgrade in 1999... as befits a Club that continues to stage major tournaments and test the skills of celebrity players.

Tewantin Noosa is still the course the locals and visitors want to play. Set over 6,148 metres of easy walking, the course received a $1 million upgrade in 1999... as befits a Club that continues to stage major tournaments and test the skills of celebrity players.

Course Information

Par:
ACR:
Length (m):
Architect:
Design Year:

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Twin Waters Golf Club

Ocean Drive Twin Waters
Mudjimba, QLD, 4564
Australia

Region: 9. Sunshine Coast

Twin Waters Golf Club

Twin Waters Resort, was designed by five times British Open champion Peter Thomson and partner Mike Wolveridge. The 18 hole, par 72 championship course is internationally recognised as one of the top ten resort courses in Australia. The stunning setting and challenging layout nestled amidst the tranquil bushlands of the Sunshine Coast.

Twin Waters Resort, was designed by five times British Open champion Peter Thomson and partner Mike Wolveridge. The 18 hole, par 72 championship course is internationally recognised as one of the top ten resort courses in Australia. The stunning setting and challenging layout nestled amidst the tranquil bushlands of the Sunshine Coast.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR: 72
Length (m): 6183
Architect: Thomson, Wolveridge & Perrett
Design Year: 1991

Playing Tips

1
Par 4, Length 502m

This is a tough opening hole and the longest hole on the course. A birdie is difficult, with a very difficult green. A bump and run approach will give the shortest possible birdie putt.

2
Par 3, Length 166m

All the trouble on this par 3 is on the right side. A safer approach is from the left side this will offer an easier chip and putt.

3
Par 4, Length 398m

A long par 4 with a difficult approach and a par on this hole will be harder than it looks and well earned.

4
Par 5, Length 472m

A genuine par 5 where you must keep the ball in the fairway. Longer hitters will attempt to reach the green in two but the bunkers will catch the wayward shots.

5
Par 4, Length 324m

This short hole looks easy but has a difficult element in the green's slope. Undulations and slopes make approaching this green difficult.

6
Par 4, Length 310m

Another short hole with the water starting to come in to play on the left side of the fairway. Once in the fairway a deceptive approach shot makes for a well earned par.

7
Par 3, Length 150m

A picturesque par 3 where club selection is paramount. If you do not land on the green with your tee shot, your short game will be tested here.

8
Par 4, Length 379m

The signature hole on the course with the green design in line with the "road hole" at the famous St Andrews. The water on the right is very intimidating and should be steered away from.

9
Par 4, Length 388m

A long par 4 with bunkers and mounds guarding wayward tee shots both left and right. A green with a large area on the left side to play to for safety.

10
Par 4, Length 337m

No need for length off the tee on this hole but watch the slightly raised green to catch your approach shot. A real birdie chance!

11
Par 3, Length 169m

All the trouble on this par 3 is short, with the green elevated at the front. A shot falling short will test anyone's short game. The wind will also be a deciding factor in club selection.

12
Par 4, Length 325m

Try to stay out of the bunkers on this hole, as there are 10 in total. A short par 4 but you will need to be on the fairway to par this hole.

13
Par 4, Length 365m

A strong par 4 that dogleg's to the left and with water on the left hand side as well, it will need to be kept away from. The green has several levels and you will need to be on the right level to make a par on this hole.

14
Par 5, Length 495m

The wind on this par 5 will determine how difficult this hole plays. Beware of the blind fairway bunkers near the green. A real birdie chance!

15
Par 4, Length 362m

A fairway that looks inviting to a big drive, but needs to be kept in the fairway to get the best approach into a narrow but long green.

16
Par 4, Length 377m

A hazard and bunkers on the right side catches any wayward tee shots. This green has a distinct tier in it so putting will be difficult if you are on the wrong level.

17
Par 3, Length 202m

The toughest par 3 on the course and in certain wind conditions may need your strongest drive. An area short left may give you an easier chip and putt. A par here and you will have hit 3 good shots.

18
Par 5, Length 462m

A par 5 where the more aggressive player may reach it in two shots and set up a birdie. Avoid the bunkers off the tee and also near the green and you will be in a good position to par this finishing hole.

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About the Destination

Queensland Location Map

The Sunshine Coast can be found in the North East Australian State of Queensland. The Sunshine Coast begins at Caloundra, just one hours drive north of Brisbane and extends to Cooloola, the gateway to World Heritage Listed Fraser Island.

Featuring tranquil hinterland (including the Glass House Mountains, Blackall Range, Noosa Hinterland and the Mary Valley) as well as over 100 kilometres of beaches. The Sunshine Coast is one of Australia’s most popular holiday spots and offers everything from quiet relaxation to action and adventure activities.  

Located one hour north of Brisbane. Offering great golf, fantastic beaches and warm weather all year round. Club Pelican, Noosa Springs, Novotel Twin Waters and Hyatt Regency Coolum are the four flagship resort courses in this fast-growing region.

Twin Waters Resort, was designed by five times British Open champion Peter Thomson and partner Mike Wolveridge. The 18 hole, par 72 championship course is ranked in the Top 100 courses in Australia. The stunning setting and challenging layout is nestled amidst the tranquil bushlands of the Sunshine Coast.

Club Pelican, was exclusively designed by Greg Norman and Bob Harrison in 2000. This 18 hole championship course boasts impeccably manicured bunkers, greens and fairways, and a world class driving range and short game practice facility, it guarantees golfers of all levels a truly exhilarating and memorable experience.

Home to the Australian PGA, The Hyatt Regency Coolum was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, and represents one of Trent Jones Jnr’s most subtle designs. Unlike other Trent Jones courses you won’t find any of the huge undulation or the trademark double and triple tiered greens. The course is a subtle challenge rather than an intimidating brute. The designer himself described the course at Coolum in a similar vein saying 'This course is not designed to punish champions, just to find out who they are.'

Noosa Springs offers a challenging 18-hole golf course that is open to green fee players. Located 90 minutes drive from Brisbane airport, Noosa Springs is the only championship golf course found in the heart of Noosa. With Lake Weyba and the Noosa National Park forming part of the backdrop, the course is spectacular.

With undulating fairways that wind its way around the saltwater lakes and melaleucas to the generous greens players are sure to enjoy a round of golf or more at this memorable golf destination.

Other things to do on the Sunshine Coast

While staying on the Sunshine Coast, why not explore the area and take in the beautiful sandy beaches and national parks, the many seaside resorts and charming hinterland towns. Places such as the Glass House Mountains, Blackall Range and the Noosa Hinterland and Mary Valleys offer magnificent coastal views, galleries and craft communities.

Caloundra, Noosa, Maroochydoore, and Mooloolaba all offer family friendly holiday options – close to the beach with great shops and easy access to places like Australia Zoo (home of ‘The Crocodile Hunter’) and Underwater World.

Useful Facts and Figures

Below are some useful facts and figures for the Sunshine Coast Region. Use these to work out the best time to visit this region.

Month
Min Temp (C/F)
Max Temp (C/F)
Sunrise
Sunset
Avg Rainfall (mm)
Jan
22/71
29/83
5.10am
6.50pm
106
Feb
22/71
28/82
5.30am
6.30pm
169
Mar
21/69
28/82
5.50am
6.00pm
89
Apr 
18/65
26/78
6.05am
5.30pm
109
May
15/60
23/74
6.20am
5.05pm
115
Jun
13/56
21/70
6.35am
5.00pm
123
Jul 
12/54
21/70
6.35am
5.10pm
47
Aug 
13/55
22/71
6.15am
5.30pm
61
Sep
15/59
24/75
5.45am
5.40pm
45
Oct
17/63
25/77
5.15am
6.00pm
92
Nov 
19/66
27/80
4.50am
6.20pm
145
Dec
20/69
28/82
4.50am
6.40pm
124