The breathtaking setting of Bonville has seen it described by Peter McWhinney, a respected and much travelled Australian Professional Golfer, as “the most beautiful golf course in Australia, if not the world”. Voted, “the most beautiful golf course in mainland Australia” for a 14th successive year by The Golf Course Guide, the resort is rated as one of the best in Australia. The Par 72 championship course rises and dips through the serene and beautiful layout with each fairway isolated and private from the next. It’s great appeal lies in the fact that it will stimulate and challenge golfers of every standard. Once you have experienced the beauty and allure of Bonville you will want to return again and again.
The only disturbance as you meander along in the whisper-quiet electric carts might be wildlife scuttling into the bushes or birds singing in the treetops. Look closely into those same treetops and you might spot a family of koalas feasting on the leaves of the Blackbutt, Ironbark and Tallowood trees.
Indeed Bonville is a natural sanctuary for a wide range of native Australian species including the large black cockatoos, koalas, well-fed kookaburras, water dragons and magnificent goannas. In the evening, swamp wallabies graze on the light rough.
Social golf play is available 7 days a week.
Friday 17th August 2018 | Sunny – 22° | Rainfall – nil | Carts on fairways playing the 90 degree rule | Greens have been sprayed and rolled | Preferred Lie 15cm through the green | Greens cut at: 3.25mm | Driving range closed for ball collection at 4.00pm