Lady Northcote Recreation Camp Disc Golf Course

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  • Price Contact Management
  • Listing categories Camp
  • Location / Region VIC/ Glenmore
  • Year Installed 2019
  • Teepad Type Grass
  • Basket Type DiscGolfPark Target
  • Course Type Permanent
  • Number of Baskets 9
  • Number of Tees 18
  • Par 56
  • Length 1610
  • Access Type Private
  • Course Designer Andrew Ferguson
  • Course Map Lady-Northcote.png

Situated about an hour’s drive outside of Melbourne, Lady Northcote is an established camp that has a long history of family-friendly fun. They offer comfortable accommodations, a variety of challenge activities, and most recently – disc golf. The course is private so visitors must check with the owners before heading out, but it’s a layout that’s well worth the trip.

Ideal for first-time players or disc golf enthusiasts who want to challenge themselves, the course at Lady Northcote Recreation Camp gives people the ultimate level of flexibility. While there are a total of 18 unique holes that span across a wide tract of land, it can easily be broken up into two different 9-hole courses as well. Consider playing from only the red tees which feature shorter and more introductory style holes or test your skills from the white tees and give yourself a challenge!

In all, the course sits at a total length of 1610 metres with a par of 56, so players can challenge themselves time and time again to see just how low they can get their score. Weave your way around trees and enjoy some open holes that allow you to test your distance, as Lady Northcote truly caters to disc golfers of all skill levels.

If you’re in the Melbourne area and want to try out an exciting new course, head over to the YMCA Lady Northcote Recreation Camp Disc Golf Course. Individuals with children may want to explore all that the camp has to offer and make a vacation out of it as well!

  • Address 1273 Glenmore Rd, Glenmore VIC 3340

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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.