Fraser Coast
Hervey Bay Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 70
5769 M


The Hervey Bay Golf & Country Club boasts fabulous facilities for members and guests alike, with the native setting of the challenging 18-hole championship course, its well bunkered greens and excellent practice area.

The well appointed clubhouse, with gaming machines, ATM and EFTPOS, full bar and snack bar facilities, is open 7 days a week for the perfect place to relax after a challenging game of golf.

Golf was played in Hervey Bay prior to World War II by the foreshores at Point Vernon but it wasn’t until 1945 that the course was relocated to its present site.

Initially, only 9 holes were played before an extra 9 were added in 1977.

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23 Reviews
Nice country course. Last played here a couple of weeks ago. Course was in excellent condition especially considering how dry it is at the moment. Greens were quick and smooth. Social play available all day on Fridays and I teed off early and got around without too much bother. 
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Hervey Bay golf course is in terrific condition and I recommend playing the course if you are in the area. The front nine requires a tee shot hit to the correct part of the fairway if you want to score well. Small, firm greens will demand precise iron play. The back nine is more open and allows the player to go after the drive. Most greens are well bunkered and demand solid iron play.

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One of the problems with ‘open’ forums is that some people write pure rubbish, and one man’s meat is another’s poison.  What Rowie wrote below is rubbish (to me), and as a member I agree with Mick19 and most of the others.  This course is currently in a bad condition (IMO).  The greens have been scarified (twice) since September and they are still awful – some fast, some slow and all impossible to read. The fairways have bare patches and weeds everywhere, and they dont seem to be getting anywhere near enough water.  The rough starts just near the trees and is like walking through a forest – there are holes and sticks and rubbish everywhere. Apparently the course was much better a few years ago (2014?), but it has been taken over by ‘grumpy old men’ who only play in carts (90% play in carts), and most are best described as hackers (at best), and the course reflects that mindset.  I have been here a year and this is NOT a well run quality golf course like I was used do down south. I will not be back as a member, and quite frankly either Craignish or Fraser Lakes are more enjoyable social golf courses that are much cheaper to play, and you dont have grumpy old men pushing up behind you all the time.  I am looking at Maryborough for my ‘serious’ golf and intend joining there next year.  Hervey Bay is not recommended for either social or serious golf.  I might take a look back in a few years and see if things have changed, only because it is close to home. PS - they now hit members with a $10 'playing fee'. I didnt know that, and what was good value at $820 a year, has become over $2400 a year given that I play 3 or more times a week.  No way this course is worth that much to be a member - you can join Hope Island for 5 days a week and pay no green fees for that amount of money !!
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Decent quality country course. Friendly pro shop welcome. Fairways need water although are well cared for. Greens in good nick as are bunkers. Bit of water on back nine makes it more interesting. I played after Saturday comp. Unfortunately very slow round.
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Was a member here and although the course is good, the cost of membership is ridiculous. At first glance the $820 fee seems fair, however there is a hidden $8 green fee for full members every time you play, that takes the price to an unreasonable level. As an A grade golfer it was nothing for me to play most days after work, which could potentially push the costs up another $3000, and the course is nowhere near worth that much money. It seems stupid to have a system in place that penalises members that are willing to dedicate themselves more to the game and thus spend more money in the club at the same time. It seemed the golfers are slugged these excessive prices to prop up a very over staffed clubhouse. Won't be back again.
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Hard to fault..

This really is a good course and you don't mind paying the extra money over the other options around.

pick your time to play, as it can be quite busy at times. Enjoy 
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Contact us

Golf Course Details
Tooth Street, Pialba
Fraser Coast, QLD 4655, Australia
Proshop: 0741284249
General: 0741244544