- Price Free to Play
- Listing categories Camp
- Location / Region NSW/ Jindabyne
- Teepad Type Grass
- Basket Type DiscGolfPark Target
- Course Type Permanent
- Number of Baskets 9
- Number of Tees 18
- Par 56
- Access Type Public
- Course Designer Andrew Ferguson
- Course Map Adventist-Alpine-Village-Disc-Golf-Park-Map.jpg
Adventist Alpine Village Disc Golf Park is located in Jindabyne, NSW. The course is situated on the beautiful grounds of the Village which welcomes visitors to stay in the many chalets and caravan/camping areas on offer. The Village has an extensive range of cabins suitable for large school groups and boasts a fully equipped conference centre with catering facilities. The 9 basket course has 18 different tees providing a challenge for both beginner and advanced players. Substantial changes in elevation offer players a fun challenge. Large old growth trees border the more open holes and joined by smaller eucalyptus which form some tight fairways. All of this is complimented by a beautiful bushland back drop with loads of animals, including kangaroos, wombats and deer joining you on the course.
- Website http://www.alpinevillage.com.au/
- Address 122 Tinworth Dr, Jindabyne NSW 2627
3 reviews on “Adventist Alpine Village DiscGolfPark”
Super fun course with two tees for both novice and advanced players. Great use of elevation! Lots of wildlife - kangaroos, wombats, possums.. it's got them all! The accommodation is great too - we stayed in the chalet which was very spacious and warm.
Awesome course. Great mix of technicality, length and elevation. A course that suits all levels really well.
What a great course - new equipment, tees (grass) for new/beg + advanced. Good use of space and obstacles, and opportunity to plan out some safari holes if you've got time. The staff there are awesome, and would have had a round with us if they weren't broken. They were keen to hear about other courses, and play this one regularlyCons
A few tees need some work - esp #9 which has the grounds keepers footprints indelibly imprinted (it's really a 'pro' to see him using it so much!)