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Licola DiscGolfPark

4.00 / 5
Free to Play
  • Price Free to Play
  • Listing categories Camp
  • Location / Region VIC/ Licola
  • Teepad Type Grass
  • Basket Type DiscGolfPark Target
  • Course Type Permanent
  • Number of Baskets 9
  • Number of Tees 18
  • Access Type Public
  • Course Designer Chris Finn

In November 2012 the DiscGolfPark team made a trip high into the Victorian Alps to design a beginner friendly, permanent 9-hole disc golf course at the Licola Wilderness Village. Licola DiscGolfPark is situated on the beautiful McAllister River, 254 kms from Melbourne. Licola is owned by the Lions Club, and welcomes school groups, community groups, tourists, and hosts weddings and other functions.

DiscGolfPark designed an easy to learn but difficult to master 9-hole course at Licola that winds players through every corner of the facility, past many of the other activities including the flying fox, rock wall, and volleyball court. We provided 9 Pro DisCatchers as well as 9 TeeSigns and an InfoBoard for the Par 28, 705m course. The InfoBoard not only details the disc golf course but also doubles as a village map for all visitors.

Adam and the rest of the team at Licola are very enthusiastic about disc golf, and most school groups that visit Licola are now playing disc golf as one of their activities. Although in a secluded area, the Licola course is teaching heaps of kids about disc golf and will be instrumental to the further development of the sport throughout Victoria.

  • Address 1 Jamieson-Licola Road, Licola VIC 3858
  • Tanel

    Rating: 4 / 5
    Pros

    Good baskets. Course located in a youth camp, but the host was very friendly and told us we could play even though the youth camp seemed full. Holes are good and not too short. Course is easier if you can throw forehand.

    Cons

    Course located in a youth camp and the holes are near some of the other activities so you might not be able to play some holes if they are in use. One really short and tightly wooded hole.

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