- Price Free to Play
- Listing categories School
- Location / Region WA/ Karawara
- Teepad Type Concrete
- Basket Type DiscGolfPark Target
- Course Type Permanent
- Number of Baskets 9
- Number of Tees 18
- Par 57
- Length 1547
- Access Type Public
- Course Designer Andrew Ferguson & Chris Finn
- Course Map Curtin_Disc_Golf_Course_Map.pdf
The Curtin University DiscGolfPark is the first permanent disc golf course to be installed on the campus of a university in all of Australia. Located on the grounds of Curtin University in Bentley, Western Australia, the picturesque course is situated on the manicured gardens at the university entrance on Kent St. A practice tee and basket compliment this 9 hole course with it’s 18 challenging tee positions dotted around the Jack Finney Wetlands. At the beginning of each hole, participants are offered to learn as they play with various facts about the local fauna and flora of the wetlands listed on each tee sign. The Curtin Stadium is a great place to grab a coffee and scorecard before you begin. Discs are also available for hire and purchase from the Stadium, which is located on the adjacent oval. The course is free to play and open to the public.
- Address Centenary of Federation Walk, Karawara WA 6102
6 reviews on “Curtin University Disc Golf Course”
Very fun 18 hole layout with well manicured university grounds.Cons
Parking. Location can get busy at times with students and university activities.
I like this course a lot! Great layout with well manicured lawns and a practice hole. The lake makes things challenging, although (thank goodness for me) the lake was dry when I played.Cons
The tee pads seem to be a little short, which may be a problem if you like a long run up to drive. I played during the university break but I imagine parking to be tricky during semester time.
Nice, fun little course with trees and lake making up for lack of elevation Well maintained Rated 4.0Cons
Parking and other users
Pretty course on a nice park. Good for intermediate players and great training for advanced players as well.Cons
Little bit busy area and some fairways are close to road/walking path but nothing extreme.
Awesome course. Can be quite busy at times. Well manicured and designed course.Cons
Parking. University can be very busy throughout the day
Great course. Easy to navigate with some fun short holes, and longer bombers.Cons
Students and other sports can impact a few holes.