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Blue Gum Reserve Frisbee Golf Course

2.00 / 5
Free to Play
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  • Price Free to Play
  • Listing categories Public
  • Location / Region VIC/ Phillip Island
  • Teepad Type Concrete
  • Basket Type RPM Disc Catcher
  • Course Type Permanent
  • Number of Baskets 9
  • Number of Tees 9
  • Par 27
  • Length 543
  • Access Type Public
  • Course Designer Melbourne Disc Golf Club
  • Course Map Blue-Gum-Reserve-Map.png

Where is Blue Gum Reserve?
Southeast of the Cowes township on Phillip Island is the Blue Gum Reserve nine hole Frisbee Golf Course.

The Course is set amongst 6.6 hectares of Indigenous Blue Gum trees and open space. Phillip Island Croquet Club and Phillip Island Scout Group also share the Reserve.

The Reserve, which is also a designated dog off-leash area, is located off Dunsmore Road, behind the Blue Gum Industrial Park at

101 Dunsmore Road, Cowes, Victoria

Contact: Cowes Visitor Information Centre Ð 1300 366 422 or email: [email protected]

Where can I get a Frisbee?
Like traditional golf, Frisbee Golf is played with specialised equipment. The frisbees available to borrow are slightly weighted and designed for beginners. They will offer more control and distance for those new to the game.

For more information on borrowing frisbees, visit:
Cowes Library
89 Thompson Ave, Cowes
tel: (03) 5952 2842
www.wgrlc.vic.gov.au
or
Cowes Visitor Information Centre
91-97 Thompson Ave, Cowes
tel: 1300 366 422
[email protected]

  • Address 101 Dunsmore Road Cowes VIC 3922
  • Tanel

    Rating: 2 / 5
    Pros

    Beginner friendly. Always open. Concrete tee pads.

    Cons

    A lot of the holes are really short. Not much here for experienced players.

  • davidheath

    Rating: 2 / 5
    Pros

    Great course to introduce people to the sport. For experienced players it would probably make for a great ace-race course!

    Cons

    A couple of tree-limited holes, but most are simply hurling across the open park.

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