Golfers and those just out for a walk enjoy the abundant flora and fauna, including kangaroos, geese, rabbits and many varieties of birds. Apart from planted species there are also magnificent examples of local trees including karri, jarrah, marri and peppermints. The course winds it way up the slopes of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste ridge with the last five holes in particular affording spectacular views of the rolling countryside and vineyards.
Clubs, buggies and carts are available for hire at the on-course golf shop that also stocks balls, tees and a small range of equipment. The course is always presented in excellent condition, much to the credit of local members who established the course largely through their own volunteer efforts.
Although not heavily bunkered the course features numerous water hazards. The back nine in particular requires careful shot consideration owing to the undulating fairways and large trees. Over the past decade the course has risen in standing and is now one of Western Australia’s most highly regarded country layouts.