Play the best the Sunshine Coast has to offer

Play Noosa Springs / Pelican Waters / Twin Waters / Maroochy River / Peregian Springs are just some of the courses on offer.
Stay in Mooloolaba or Noosa Heads and soak up the beachside living & sunshine
Enjoy the Sunshine Coast Races / take a day tour to Maleny for wineries and crafts

Noosa Springs

With championship golf, award-winning spa, first-class dining, luxury accommodation and outstanding conference and wedding facilities, Noosa Springs Golf and Spa Resort has something for everyone - Our superb 18-hole layout, cleverly designed and immaculately maintained, provides a delightful challenge for golfers of all ages and skill levels.

Our championship golf course is rated among the best in Australia. Its 18 holes meander through lush rainforest and spring-fed lakes. As they walk its pristine fairways, golfers catch glimpses of Lake Weyba and Noosa National Park. And when the round’s complete they can relax in the magnificent clubhouse.

Pelican Waters Golf Club

is the first ever Greg Norman designed golf course on Queensland’s beautiful Sunshine Coast. Open to the public and designed to rank among the premier courses in the world, ranked 23rd in the top 100 Public Courses in Australia (Golf Australia Magazine).This spectacular 18 hole, 6359 metre championship course fittingly boasts one of the finest clubhouses, driving range and practice facilities in Australia.

Maroochy River

is calling all golfers to “take a look at us now”. The Graham Marsh-designed golf course which opened in June 2015 has matured into a golfing masterpiece. After starting out as a bare and exposed layout wide open to the elements, Maroochy River has definitely come of age much sooner than anyone expected. Today the golf course looks and plays differently and is thriving beyond the dreams of the club’s board, management and members. In the past two years, Maroochy River Golf Club has hosted four state events and one national tournament – the 2017 Australian Women’s Senior Amateur Championship. Once you are finished your game, the modern clubhouse, which has magnificent views north to Mt Coolum, offers all the comforts required and is capable of holding functions, corporate days, weddings and parties.

Twin Waters

is nestled amidst tranquil bush land on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, Twin Waters Golf Club combines the characteristics of links golf within a resort style setting Twin Waters is internationally recognized as one of the top courses in Australia. Naturally it’s the best on the Sunshine Coast. The 18 Hole, par 72 championship course was designed by five times British champion Peter Thompson and Partner Mike Wolveridge with the stunning setting and challenging layout combining to produce an enjoyable game of golf for all Players.

Peregian Springs

is a private course designed by one of Australia’s leading golf course designers, Phil Scott. The 62.2 hectare 18-hole course provides the perfect setting to relax and unwind during a game and the ideal environment to network and socialise. With shapely curves, tree lined corridors, manicured greens and strategically positioned lakes, this 72-par course will provide varied and exciting challenges for the keenest of golfers.

Noosa Golf Club

is truly a hidden gem by the sea. The venue’s lush setting is stretched over acres of grassy land and is surrounded by beautiful Australian bushland. This 18 hole, 6202 metre course has a par 72 with easy walking fairways that welcomes players of all skill levels. Enjoy the tranquillity of the natural bush setting with an abundance of wildlife and interesting flora.

Mount Coolum

The course itself is relatively flat meaning players of all ages and ability can enjoy a round. With water in play on twelve holes, and a few tighter fairways to negotiate, playing here offers a pleasant round that is great for beginners but also offers a bit of thought and challenge to the serious golfers. The Clubhouse is fully air-conditioned and has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with a large deck overlooking the course and spectacular Mount Coolum.

Headland Golf Course

is located in Buderim, overlooking the Mooloolaba Coastline and is a true test of golf. You will need all of your skills to get around the testing layout without falling foul of its tricks and turns.


the latest Graham Marsh design is truly the first complete premium resort course to open in Brisbane, and the first course in Australia to feature Tif Eagle greens, specially cultivated to promote the truest putting surface.

Beerwah Golf Club

is nestled at the base of the beautiful Glasshouse Mountains on the Sunshine Coast, the Beerwah Golf Club offers a golf course that will challenge the most avid golfers and please those out for an enjoyable social day.

Our 18 hole par 72 course measures 6023 metres in length and, owing to its level layout, can be walked comfortably by all ranges of age and ability. As we border a State forest, the golf course is home to many species of birds and families of contented kangaroos.

Those more serious about their game will need to exercise good course management as a number of holes require strategy more than strength. We look forward to you visiting Dzthe friendliest Club on the Sunshine Coast.

Pacific Harbour Golf And Country Club

is designed by Ross Watson, and built in the tradition of Scottish Links style incorporating the leading environmental practices to insure the protection of the unique Bribie Island setting. This Australia golf course has already won a UDIA/EPA award for sustainable urban development. The 18-hole Pacific Harbour golf course fully utilizes its natural seaside setting with a mix of hazards, contoured greens and creative bunker layout designed in a championship layout that will challenge and entertain golfers of all playing levels.

Palmer Coolum Resort

is home of the Australian PGA and was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, and represents one of his most subtle designs. Unlike other Trent Jones courses you won’t find any of the huge undulation or the trademark double and triple tiered greens. The course is a subtle challenge rather than an intimidating brute. The designer himself described the course at Coolum in a similar vain saying ‘This course is not designed to punish champions, just to find out who they are.