- Price Free to Play
- Listing categories Public
- Location / Region SA/ Mount Gambier
- Teepad Type Concrete
- Basket Type DiscGolfPark Target
- Course Type Permanent
- Number of Baskets 18
- Number of Tees 18
- Par 60
- Length 2081
- Access Type Public
- Course Designer Andrew Ferguson & Mount Gambier Disc Golf Club
- Course Map Volcano_Valley_InfoBoard.jpg
With the sport of Disc Golf growing rapidly across the world, Crater Lakes Disc golf Park has emerged as not just South Australia’s but one of the nations most sought after disc golfing destinations. Located within Mount Gambier’s scenic Crater Lakes area, the course lays at the feet of towering crater walls and boasts as arguably the only disc golf park in the world located within a volcano. Housing 18 baskets and 27 tees, two course layouts are available to suit the likes of both amateur and advanced players, from young families, to hosting major sanctioned events.
5 reviews on “Crater Lakes Disc Golf Park”
Brilliant design Beautiful /one of a kind setting Great part of the country
Concrete tee pads, beautiful scenery, elevation change, 18 baskets. Challenging but gettable holes. Great course design: holes are quite dynamic and require a variety of shots.Cons
It's not close to my house. I might have to move to Mount Gambier.
Alternate concrete tee pads on all 18 holes. Excellent variety, stunning views, course design is amazing with no more than a 50m walk between tee pads. Great use of elevation.Cons
A bit of a drive for non-locals.
Fantastic course! A beautiful setting and great course with a good variety of holes and challenges. Good signage, concrete tees and all facilities.
This is a true championship course - it's got it all, and yet it also has permanent shorter tees so all skills levels can enjoy. 18 targets, 36 tees, plenty of elevation, beautifully maintained grounds, toilets. All of this in a picturesque setting of a volcano crater and lakes. The mature trees and topography in the crater also plays wonderful and challenging things with the wind. This course is sooo goodCons
Take water with you, there's none on the course