Coral Cove Country Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
6106 M


Coral Cove International Resort, Golf Course, Country Club and Residential Estate is located on the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef in beautiful Sub-Tropical SE Queensland, close to the Sunshine Coast and Noosa Heads and a short drive or train trip from Brisbane.

A purpose built, 18 hole, absolute beachfront golf course is surrounded by extensive, quality home and investment sites with views across the crystal blue waters of a Barrier Reef marine reserve that is teeming with tropical oceanic life in an untouched, pristine ecosystem.

Whether you are holidaying, are looking for a lifestyle change, investment or retirement property, Coral Cove International Resort is for you.

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20 Reviews

Incredibly disappointing. The course itself was in good condition however the Pro Shop service was appalling. Turned up at 6:50 for a 7:30 tee time. According to the website they open at 6am however the Pro arrived at 7:20. No apology for either myself or the other patron standing in the freezing cold. 

Charged me the wrong price, no club ball marker, forgot to give me a scorecard, toilets still locked at 10am when I left and he didn't mention one par 4 had been changed to a par 3. This muppet is overdue for retirement. He ruined what should have been a fun experience.

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Easily the most fun course in the Central Qld/Wide Bay area.

Money for Value is ridiculous as well with rates as low as $29 for 18 holes with cart. have deals for 2 players for 18 holes with cart as well.

Grew up playing this course and it still is one of my favourites, always well maintained, fast smooth greens and plenty of makeable birdie/eagle chances.
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Played the course in brilliant weather conditions. The course is short but interesting and tricky due to water hazards and elevated, quirky greens. The course was in good nick and well worth playing if you're in the area. Staff whether in the golf shop, admin or bar were wonderfully friendly and helpful. There was plenty of bird life which added to the experience. The highlight was the par 3 second.
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$70 for a nights stay which includes a round of golf and the course is one of the best I've played the units were great couldn't be happier we will be back that's for sure
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A very pleasing course to play. Alot of challenges with bail out area available so it can be played by all levels of golfers. Many highlight holes and wildlife a plenty. Even had a frilled neck lizard on a tee box. Friendly staff and great atmosphere. Played it twice :)
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Played here today on a Seniors Special - $20 for 18 holes with cart. That has to be the best value game on a top class course in Australia IMO. I wasn't sure what to expect as I came here during a trip up north chiefly to play the par 6 I'd heard about, but I am impressed with the course overall. The teeing areas, fairways and greens were immaculate.  The mix of holes is interesting. There's an abundance of water in play so bring a number of spare pills with you. My playing partner actually ran out of balls on the 18th and never got to the green. Carts are compulsory and necessary - there's some quite long stretches between holes as several of the holes on the back nine wind through a rather plush housing estate. Highlights for me included the signature par 3 second. A 200m carry over the ocean and rocks to an elongated green set in an amphitheater-like bowl. Rather easier from the white tees, but still an excellent hole. The dogleg par 4 third is also impressive with water to the right of the green to catch the long hitter trying to reach the green in one. The par 3 eighth has a raised green surrounded by water requiring an accurate tee shot with a lot of stopping power. The par 5 ninth requires three accurate shots to reach the green without drowning the ball. On the back 9 I particularly enjoyed the long par 4 eleventh and of course the 600m par 6 twelfth. Water crosses the fairway just on driving distance for the long hitters with OOB down the left hand side. A nice fairway wood still leaves another to get near the green with bushes and garden guarding the front of the elevated green. My GPS was telling me that there was water in front of the green but apparently that was a mirage - thanks Callaway.  The fifteenth is a good par 5 dogleg with bush down the left hand side and houses down the right. I chipped in for par - yahoo! The seventeenth has been shortened to a 100m par 3 instead of what should be an interesting par 4 dogleg. The hole has houses close down both sides of the fairway and there seems to be legal issues with stray balls. Why on earth would you build in the middle of a golf course and then complain about golf balls in your yard? The par 4 eighteenth is an excellent finishing hole with plenty of water in play on both sides of the fairway and again in front of the green. We stayed at the resort - a bargain at $130 a night for a well equipped villa with in-room spa and 2 swimming pools in the complex. The clubhouse bar is a friendly place to have an after round drink and the restaurant has good quality food at reasonable prices. Wednesday nights are 2 for 1 specials. My wife enjoyed the garlic prawns while I indulged in a seafood basket. If you're staying in the Bundaberg area don't miss out on having a hit here. I loved it. I would have given the course 5 stars if the 17th had been fully in play but make no mistakes, this is a quality course that will challenge your game in an enjoyable round.
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Contact us

Golf Course Details
1 Pebble Beach Drive, Bundaberg
Bundaberg, QLD 4670, Australia
Proshop: 0741325622
General: 0741325600