The Carramar Golf Course is best described as a public course of resort-style standard. Designed by Bob Stanton, Carramar was built and opened in 1994 by the City of Wanneroo. Off the Championship tees, it is renowned as one of the toughest tests of golf in Perth. While the course measures 6121 metre (6733 yards) off the back tees, but does not play that long.
Carramar’s reputed difficulty is that it is carved through native Australian bushland, although this gives errant drivers the opportunity to view some of the wildflowers and kangaroos that inhabit the course.
Carramar has possibly the best grass driving range/practice facilities in Perth. The all grass range has a tee that is 150 metres wide which, even in busy times, leaves plenty of room for you to sharpen your game on some of the many target greens. Next to the range are three practice greens, one for putting and two for chipping.