John Bray Park Disc Golf Course

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  • Price Free to Play
  • Listing categories Public
  • Location / Region QLD/ Brisbane
  • Year Installed 1997
  • Teepad Type Concrete
  • Basket Type Custom Built
  • Course Type Permanent
  • Number of Baskets 18
  • Number of Tees 18
  • Access Type Public
  • Course Designer Unknown

The Bray Park disc golf course is located approximately 25kms north of Brisbane’s city centre. It is a lightly wooded park, shared with other users and offers eighteen custom made permanent baskets.
Public park in a neighbourhood area. Provides a variety of technically moderate holes. Good course for beginners and experienced players alike.

  • Address 147 Kensington Way, Bray Park QLD 4500
  • aaronmoreton

    Rating: 3 / 5

    Some very fun holes where you can 'let rip'. Dedicated tee pads, some elevation, water hazards. A dedicated 18 hole course is rare to come by too in SEQ.


    The unique "custom" baskets are like nothing you have probably seen before. They are big targets and this makes it an ideal beginner friendly course, however, less enjoyable for the more advanced player.

  • Mountaineer

    Rating: 3 / 5

    18 baskets, great layout in a pretty quiet park next to a supermarket, with toilets and bbqs on site. Some unique and fun holes.


    The baskets, great for ace races of course and new players. Put new baskets in and it's a 4 instantly.

  • adam_scdgc

    Rating: 3 / 5

    Quiet park with some really great holes. Good variety with some elevation, wide-open and technical holes throughout. Only 18 hole course in Brisbane area. Tee signage on every hole with concrete tee pads


    No main course map so made finding the start difficult (its behind the supermarket). Back 9 is on the other side of the road over the bridge. Baskets are council made and are about 2m tall so not comp spec.

  • Ken3004

    Rating: 3 / 5

    REVIEW on “John Bray Park Disc Golf Course” on 2018-11-29 02:19:36

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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.