Top 10 Golf Courses in Western Australia


Western Australia is not only home to hundreds of golf courses but the golf courses in Australia’s Western most state offers some of the best views available.


Here are the top 10 golf courses in Western Australia.


Lake Karrinyup Country Club, Karrinyup

Lake Karrinyup Country Club is known as Western Australia’s premier golf club and is also Australia’s hilliest championship golf course.


Founded in 1928, Karrinyup Country Club has maintained a bush setting and provides a tranquil golfing experience for all who play on the course. It’s not uncommon to see kangaroos and over 75 species of birds on the course.


Spanning 6,531 metres with a course par of 72, Lake Karrinyup has hosted the Australian open and the Johnny Walker Classic.


Course facilities: Pro shop, practice facilities and clubhouse.



The Links Kennedy Bay, Port Kennedy

The Links Kennedy Bay was rated one of Western Australia’s best golf courses. Constructed among 10,000-year-old sand dunes and natural bushland, this course can provide a challenge for golfers while offering wonderful views over Warnboro Sound and the Indian Ocean.


The Links Kennedy Bay is a par 72 course.


Course facilities: Pro shop, practice facilities and clubhouse.



Joondalup Resort (Quarry and Dune), Joondalup

The Joondalup Resort is comprised of three nine-hole courses. Of the three courses, the Quarry and Dune courses make up a challenging 18-hole course. It is said that golfers of all abilities will have their skill put to the test when playing this course.


This is a par 72 course.


Course facilities: Pro shop, driving range, golf academy and clubhouse.



The Cut, Dawesville

The Cut is also considered one of Western Australia’s best golf courses and a ‘must play’ course for golf enthusiasts. With ocean views and premier facilities, The Cut is open to members and visitors.


The Cut is a picturesque links style course with a par of 72.


Course facilities: Pro shop, driving range, clubhouse and coaching.



Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club, Mandurah

Opened in 1987, Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club is set amongst open bushland. While regarded as challenging it is also known for its playability.


While it’s only been open since 1987, Meadow Springs Golf and Country Club has hosted the West Australian Open seven times.


It measures at 6,189 metres and has a course par of 72.


Course facilities: Pro shop, day/night driving range, putting and chipping green, practise bunkers, clubhouse and coaching.



Kalgoorlie Golf Course, Karlkurla

Located in the outback town of Kalgoorlie, the Kalgoorlie Golf course was established in 1899. The course is designed to cater for golfers of all levels and hosts several tournaments each year including the Western Australian PGA.


The course has a par of 71.


Course facilities: Pro shop, driving range, practise facilities and clubhouse.



The Western Australian Golf Club, Yokine

Established in 1928, the Western Australian Golf Club is a championship course that has played host to numerous national and international professional tournaments.


A challenging course that tests the skills and endurance of players of all levels, this golf course offers wonderful views of the city of Perth and the Darling Ranges.


Spanning 5,790 metres, it has a course par of 70.


Course facilities: Pro shop, clubhouse and golf lessons.



Mount Lawley Golf Club, Inglewood

Mount Lawley Golf Club is a private course considered one of Western Australia’s premier sporting clubs. Set in natural bushland, Mount Lawley Golf Club, is suitable for new and experienced golfers.


Since it was established in 1928, it has hosted numerous state and amateur golf events and the Western Australian Open Championship.


It measures at 6,234 metres with a course par of 72.


Course facilities: Practice facilities, golf tuition, pro shop and clubhouse.



Cottesloe Golf Club, Swanbourne

Cottesloe Golf Club is a member only club. With spectacular views of the ocean and the city, Cottesloe Golf Club is regarded as a test of golf.


The club plays an important part in the history of golf in Western Australia and has hosted the WA Open Championship, the Amateur Golf Championships of Australia and the Australian Junior Interstate Series.


The course spans 6,065 metres and has a par of 72.


Course facilities: Pro shop, practice area and clubhouse.



Sun City Country Club, Yanchep

Sun City Country Club is uniquely nestled between two local landmarks, the Yanchep National Park and the Lagoon Foreshore. The length of many of the holes is also a unique feature of this course and requires golfers to make good use of all the clubs in their bag!


Sun City is open to the public and is considered a joy to play. It is a par 72 course.


Course facilities: Pro shop, golf academy, practice facilities and clubhouse.



There is nothing better than golf in wonderful surrounds and Western Australia offers this to players of all levels.