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  • Price Free to Play
  • Listing categories Public
  • Location / Region TAS/ Austins Ferry
  • Year Installed 1985
  • Teepad Type Gravel
  • Basket Type Custom Built
  • Course Type Permanent
  • Number of Baskets 18
  • Number of Tees 36
  • Par 59
  • Length 1900
  • Access Type Public
  • Course Designer Harvey Yarnall & Richard Sampson
  • Scorecard map_scorecard_a4.pdf

One of Australia’s oldest courses, if not perhaps the oldest. Poimena Reserve Disc Golf Course was installed in 1985. Located in , a small suburb outside of Hobart, it has become a hotspot of activity.

The course is situated in Austins Ferry, Tasmania. A small suburb, 20 minutes drive north of Hobart.

The entrance to the reserve is at the end of Wakehurst Road, off Main Road, Austins Ferry.

The course has undergone a range of upgrades, improvements, and expansions in its lifetime. Initially, it consisted of just 9 baskets, and was on host of the Australian Open taking place each November. In 2007, 9 more holes were added thanks to the hard working Hobart Disc Golf Club to create a well-rounded course totalling 18 baskets. In this most recent configuration, the Australian Championships been held here multiple time, and is now home to the inaugural  Two Heads Disc Golf Open, which is part of the Australian national tour,

Course History


  • Course installed, 9 baskets.
  • Australian Open every November from 1985-2010?


  • Course re-designed, 9 new baskets added to make 18 basket course.
  • Tee signs and tee pads added.
  • First Two Heads Open tournament


  • The 8 remaining original baskets replaced.
  • Alternative tee pads introduced to each hole.
  • World Disc Golf Champions Nate Doss and Valerie Jenkins play the course…and love it!


  • Hosted Australian Disc Golf Championships


  • Hosted Australian Disc Golf Championships

  • Address 30A Wakehurst Road Austins Ferry TAS 7011
  • FlySpot

    Rating: 5 / 5

    One of Australia's top Courses. Best views going round!


    Nothing really. It's steep!

  • Chriso

    Rating: 5 / 5

    Great views and a good variety of holes challenging all aspects of your game.


    My legs hurt...

  • cassie_sweetten

    Rating: 5 / 5

    One of the best championship level courses in Australia. Hands down. Amazing views from up the top of basket 15. Well designed course and a lot of hard work put into the course by the Hobart crew. A must visit when coming over to Tasmania


    The roll aways

  • fehlbergo

    Rating: 5 / 5

    Sick course full stop. All the holes beckon you to birdie them, but one wrong move and Poimena punishes bad shots like no other. When you get it right, it's a sweet feeling. The course is also run by some passionate people who are trying new things to make it even better.


    Some gravel tees can get sketchy when wet.

  • aaronmoreton

    Rating: 5 / 5

    Plenty of elevation with lovely views over greater Hobart. Eighteen dedicated holes offering a large array of shot making.


    The roll-aways, but i guess that's my fault for missing the putt! Tee-pads weren't the best when i was last there, but they may have improved by now.

  • Mountaineer

    Rating: 5 / 5

    5 stars, everything that can be said has been said. Holds a special place in my heart with amazing views and a great mix of holes.


    Warm up your ankles, they are in for a workout.

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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.