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Bicentennial Gardens DiscGolfPark

4.17 / 5
Free to Play
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  • Price Free to Play
  • Listing categories Public
  • Location / Region NSW/ Ballina
  • Teepad Type Concrete
  • Basket Type DiscGolfPark Target
  • Course Type Permanent
  • Number of Baskets 9
  • Number of Tees 9
  • Access Type Public
  • Course Designer Andrew Ferguson
  • Course Map Bicentennial-Gardens.jpg

The Bicentennial Gardens DiscGolfPark course is a fun and challenging course set amongst the diverse Ballina greenery. The lush fairways draw players through the course, as they avoid the many water hazards and thick rough found on most holes. With a mixture of straight, left and right tuning fairways, participants are required to use every shot in the book to navigate this course safely. Located just down the road from Byron Bay and the first course in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Bicentennial Gardens DiscGolfPark offers players of all skill levels a great disc golf experience which well have them coming back for more. The course is free to play.

  • Address 162 Tamarind Drive, Ballina, NSW 2478
  • Mcscott

    Rating: 4 / 5
    Pros

    Great for all levels of players. Great course to work on technique.

    Cons

    Common walking area for locals. Sometimes need to wait for people to walk through before taking your shot

  • JJdub

    Pros

    Great Course, Challenging fairways and water features.

    Cons

    Mosquitoes were gnarly and some better signage between tee's would be ideal.

  • TeamBRO

    Rating: 4 / 5
    Pros

    A few open holes, but mostly mix of technical, and water hazards Toilets and water bubbler near hole 1 9 tees with 9 turf tees for 18 league days Great local crew Rated 3.8

    Cons

    Take your bug spray, but not too bad

  • Aido

    Rating: 4 / 5
    Pros

    Challenging layout for all skill levels Great baskets and teepads Alternate teepads for all holes Local players are very friendly and always up for a game You can easily knock out a quick 9 in half an hour

    Cons

    Mozzies can be bad in summer at dusk

  • aaronmoreton

    Rating: 4 / 5
    Pros

    Oh yeah this is a sweet little 9-holer. Everything you'd expect from a DiscGolfPark course. Wooded shots, some water, rough. Toilets on site. Quiet park so hardly any interruptions in play.

    Cons

    Those dang mozzies get thick when its wet.

  • Mountaineer

    Rating: 4 / 5
    Pros

    Makes full use of the park with top notch baskets, signage and teepads. Definitely at the high end of a 9 basket course.

    Cons

    As others have said, mozzie are killer. No elevation changes. Could use another lefty hole for balance but not too bad.

  • adam_scdgc

    Rating: 5 / 5
    Pros

    Excellent DiscGolfPark designed course with comp spec. baskets, tee pads and signage. Great for beginners and experienced players. Good variety of technical and open shots. Uses the natural lines of the park to shape the holes. Great crew which have league days the first weekend of the month for people to get involved with. Always enjoy playing here

    Cons

    Mosquitoes can be pretty hectic at times

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