Queenscliff Golf Club
18 Holes
PAR 72
5853 M


You can experience a great golf course surrounded by water and bird life in a tranquil setting. Enjoy the challenging all weather track that offers changing terrain over the competition 18 holes.

We can also arrange accommodation with group discounts. Queenscliff has a wide range of after golf activities, with some of Victoria’s finest restaurants and accommodation houses. Also sumptuous tea rooms, art/antique galleries, and specialty shops to browse through. After your unforgettable round, join the members in the lounge for a snack and drink on the sunny balcony or on a cold day, in front of our wood fire.

The club offers full professional services and a well stocked pro shop. We encourage visitors to dress in smart casual attire with appropriate footwear.

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8 Reviews

This course has a bit of everything! Nice fairways, fast greens, bunkers, trees, undulations, water, kangaroos & the tranquility of being on an island!

It is so quiet & peaceful & you can lose yourself in the experience. Really enjoyed the whole course & friendly atmosphere in the clubhouse. Well done to all at the club. You have a real gem!
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Played here late March 2014. Course was very dry and patchy. Had difficulty getting a good lie. Overall can't complain given the summer we have had. Bunkers was good and there was enough sand. Layout was challenging especially the back nine and can be especially tough when the wind is blowing. Has potential to be a great track. Will be back.
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Really enjoyed Queenscliffe Golf Course but had trouble finding it. We were quite surprised it was on an island and had a security guard at the bridge. The course was a real challenge requiring accurate tee shots and precise iron play. The numerous bunkers come into play and you need to factor these into shot selection. We will be back to improve on our scores!
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I played here on Monday. While not hilly, the fairways do have undulations meaning you have to place the ball in the correct spot, and deep bunkers with good sand will catch a wayward approach shot to the green. Well placed tees mean the greens are sometimes hidden, but all is revealed further down the fairway. The course was generally in very good condition, but I understand roo's are becoming a pest on the island and they have left a few marks on the greens and they don't rake the bunkers after themselves. A fine day with very light winds meant a very pleasant day out, but it does get windy down this part of the world, so be prepared for some fun when the wind gets up. The staff were friendly and helpful and I would have no hesitation playing this couse again.
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Played the front 9 here yesterday & I loved it. The fairways are undulating, there's beautiful scenery, lots of kangaroos & other wildlife. Interesting access to the course past the army security gates and over the bridge, you feel privileged to play there. The course isn't in it's best ever condition so don't go expecting gold star quality, however if you're in the area it's definitely worth a look. Feels like a links style course. It has some very deep pot bunkers that can be a challenge to get out of. The course is obviously struggling for membership at the moment so I'd encourage everyone to get out & play this course to help it along. It'd be a shame to lose a course like this one. I paid $18 for 9 holes incl pull buggy.
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Played Mon 17Apr06

As you drive away from the seaside township of Queenscliff out into the bay on a little ribbon of asphalt, it's hard to believe that you're heading for a golf course. But out on the island there it is and what a nice surprise. As a sand island it's a perfect place for a golf course and the surrounds and views create a pleasant atmosphere. The only downside is that the course is low lying and appears to suffer regular inundation in places. I guess the inundation is salt water as the grass and vegetation is dead or dying in these areas, leaving bare or boggy patches within the course, usually on the fairway.

When the wind picks up (the weather report was giving Strong Wind warnings for the Bellarine Peninsula and bays) this course is difficult as there is nothing to act as a windbreak. Combine the wind with plenty of coastal scrub and water hazards and the course is very challenging.

Holes 12 to 15 were my favourites, as they were fairly isolated and ran in different directions, meaning different ways of combating the effects of the wind. The 12th curves around wetlands; the 13th runs through the scrubland and has plenty of undulations in the fairway; the 14th is a par three set deep into the foliage and the 15th has a left to right slope on the fairway.

Green fees are $22 (weekdays) / $25 (weekends) which is excellent value for money for a course as good as this one.

"No mulligans, no gimmes; play golf..."


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Golf Course Details
Swan Island, Queenscliff
Bellarine, VIC 3225, Australia
Proshop: 0352584344
General: 0352581951