- Price Free to Play
- Listing categories Public
- Location / Region VIC/ Geelong
- Year Installed 2013
- Teepad Type Concrete
- Basket Type DGA Mach III
- Course Type Permanent
- Number of Baskets 9
- Number of Tees 18
- Par 57
- Length 1984
- Access Type Public
- Course Designer Geelong Disc Golf Club
- Course Map BVDG-Map.gif
- Scorecard BVDG-Scorecard.pdf
Geelong’s first public Disc Golf course. Installed in late 2013 at Barwon Valley Fun Park, situated on the banks of the Barwon River, running right through the heart of Geelong.
This park is typically well utilised by families, dog walkers, and various other river users. Originally installed with 9 baskets and 9 tees (the front 9), the course has since been updated with 9 additional tees (the back 9), combining for 18 unique holes.
Great beginner friendly course. A beautiful park along side the Barwon River in Geelong.Cons
Great location and fun for all skill levels!Cons
The Barwon River's insatiable appetite for plastic...
Challenging, intermediate sized course. Good variety of open and wooded holes. Great location.Cons
Often windy. Prone to flooding during winter.
Good and challenging course and not only for beginners. Concrete teepads.Cons
Can be windy.
A nice relaxing easy walk playing the best gameCons
Long grass occasionally.
easy flow around the course, tees are easy to find,Cons
Not a lot of variation. Most holes are open grass with just a couple of tree challenged holes. As others have said, the wind is 'interesting' especially when it can change direction by 90 degrees in just a few minutes. Also, be prepared to lose a favourite disc or two in the river!
Great length for a 9 hole course. Technical holes that make you work for birdies. Clear signage and has a handy practice basket. Stunning location by the Barwon River.Cons
Can get pretty windy. Distance may be challenging to beginners. Some holes run across paths. Very flat course.
Great facilities in a really nice park. Concrete tee pads.Cons
I personally just find the course fairly boring. A lot of open, flat forehand bomber holes. Hole 1, 7 and 8 are cool though. Mach III spit outs.
Fun local course, good use of space available. Fun wooded hole to start the round. Beautiful location on the river with good access to car parking and amenities nearby. Can get crazy windy forcing you to learn how to throw the right disc in wind.Cons
Very flat with one hilly exception. Park gets quite busy so some holes playing across or near paths experience delays. Can get crazy windy making some throws extra difficult
Fun course, great for beginners. The river along with the little lake can be precarious at times. Make sure you know how your discs fly in the wind.Cons
Can be long for beginners, very little variationm lots of open sir shots, holes 1, 6 and 7 are good fun though.
Good course and location. Degree of difficulty is suitable for players of all skill levels. Relatively flat but interesting holes with both nines being very different. All facilities nearby.
Picturesque course. Flat, short and very accessible for beginners.Cons
Grass was long when we played it, which bought the discs to a stop quickly.