Cania Gorge Caravan & Tourist Park

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  • Price Contact Management
  • Listing categories Camp / Resort
  • Location / Region QLD/ Cania
  • Teepad Type Grass
  • Basket Type Custom Built
  • Course Type Permanent
  • Number of Baskets 8
  • Number of Tees 8
  • Access Type Public
  • Course Designer Unknown
  • Course Map Cania-Gorge-Caravan-DGC.pdf

Cania Gorge is one of Queensland’s best kept secrets, and is the home to Cania Gorge Caravan & Tourist Park.

Some 35km out of Monto is one of southeast Queensland’s most picturesque gorges – Cania Gorge. Cania Gorge National Park boasts 3000 hectares of spectacular landscape, prominent sandstone cliffs, caves, eucalypt forest and dry rain forest with mosses, orchids, figs and vines growing in moist, sheltered areas. This secluded area is home to a variety of Australia’s native flora and fauna including kangaroos, rock wallabies, and over 100 species of birds.

Course details unknown (Sept 2016)

  • TeamBRO

    Rating: 4 / 5

    This is a nice little course in a great caravan park. Make sure you stay for the bird feeding and be around dawn or dusk to try to catch sight of the resident platypus. There are only 8 holes, that increase in length coming down from the top of the hill. With alternating down- and up-hill holes with different tree objects, the holes can have some challenging lines - good for beginners and intermediate players. There's water and toilets on site, and much more if you're staying at the park


    There are three baskets very close to each other, and safety with other players around is important. Some chains often come loose from the top frame on some baskets, so snap them back into place when you see them down. The walk between baskets and tees (and if you get off fairways) can be very steep - try to approach a disc on the slope from the base of the slope. There's often wallabies around (this is generally a pro, not a con), so take care when throwing.

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Wherever and whenever we play, we acknowledge and pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians and Owners of the land.