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Nullarbor Links
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SMGall
Benalla, Australia8 contributions
May 2019
This is the second time my husband and I have played the longest golf course, Nullarbor Links. We are not regular golfers but both our experiences have been so much fun. Apart from breaking up the trip, we have met other players travelling across WA and SA sharing notes and golf tips, stopping and supporting the Road houses and small outback townships. We highly recommend it to all travellers going across the Nullarbor, Ceduna and Kalgoorlie visitor centres will give you all the information you need.
PS Our golf did improve!! And beware the crows, they love golf balls!!
Written 29 May 2019
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Dorothy T
Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia194 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
Such a fabulous idea to help break up the driving and an easy way to stop tired driving. Meet a few locals as you pay a refundable deposit for the balls and club and then head to the T. If you aren't a strong hitter it is better because the wildlife might steal the ball before you get to it. Lots of fun. And every hole is different. Check the details on the website.
Written 13 December 2018
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Cplees
Melbourne, Australia69 contributions
Aug 2018 • Friends
For die hard golfers to play the world longest golf course Nullabor Links is an experience never forget. You have to drive 1365 km to complete 18 holes. Green fees is AUD 70 .You can either start from Ceduna Sth Aust to Kalgoorlie Wester Australia.Total we took 4 nights 5 days to do this.
Be careful speed limit when you approach Penong.There is a 25km School Zone , the cops will be waiting for you during school hr.
Written 3 September 2018
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Stephen K
Hobart, Australia102 contributions
Oct 2017 • Friends
Absolutely spot on. Staff and friendly and helpful and even manage to organise good weather. What more can be said.
Written 27 October 2017
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Denise S
Nsw36 contributions
Jul 2017 • Couples
Have played this challenging, but amazing course twice now, once in each direction, in summer, and now in winter. So "chuffed" to beat my first score by 20 shots! Brilliant concept, great fun, but don't do it if you are too serious, and don't take your best new clubs!!
Fantastic way to cross the Nullabor, we stayed two nights between Ceduna and Norseman.
Written 14 July 2017
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Peter M
Stowe Area, VT7 contributions
Oct 2016 • Couples
We went to Oz to complete our journey to as many places we hadn't previously visited. This included crossing the Nullarbor, from west to east in our case. We'd spent a bit of time in the Perth area before setting off to Northern Queensland. I'd read about the Nullarbor golf links and thought I would like to try it. My wife doesn't play golf (well neither do I really) but because you only play 1 or 2 holes at a time, she wasn't hanging around too much. We were in a campervan so by the time the kettle boiled I was back for a cuppa. I started in Kalgoorlie at the golf course-the best holes in terms of fairways and greens, the main hazards were kangaroos and what they leave behind (tons of it!) After that there were a couple of stops at roughish holes before the Nullarbor proper. This was where I really enjoyed it, from the fairly easy par 3 at Fraser Range (the best place for me!) to the scary snake hole, picture attached. I didn't take long lining up here for sure. The golf really breaks up the long road, a man told so us they think it's actually cut down on accidents caused by sleeping and driving at the same time, good if true. Anyway it was a treat to finish and get my certificate with a score of 134 (yes that's 62 over par). The lady in the visitor centre says that's not bad, they must let blind people play. Anyway I loved it and would recommend it to anyone, golfer, hacker or whatever- if you do it you feel good about yourself which can't be a bad thing.
Written 10 June 2017
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bernie b
Croydon, Australia99 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
I did cross the nullarbor twice before.last time approx 20 years ago.
This time i could not believe that every 100ks on average you can get petrol.yes prices for petrol is higher but hey it is far away.
Roadhouses have everything from food petrol and choc plus places to sleep with showers.
All is very clean.
Written 27 January 2017
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Julie R
Houston, TX211 contributions
Sep 2016 • Couples
Being regular golfers and having heard of the Nullarbor Links, we just had to give it a try. We started in Ceduna and worked our way from 18 to 1 on the way west. At the Ceduna visitor center, we paid the “greens fee” (A$70pp) and got our scorecards. We also picked through their used golf clubs and picked four from the limited selection, but were happy with a 5W, 7I, SW and putter (A$5ea). They also sold a few used golf balls for ($A1ea). It was a good thing we did, as we didn’t see the rental clubs at every hole that is mentioned on the website. While we didn’t look for rental clubs, we didn’t see them and many of the golf course club houses (those that had them) weren’t open. So, advice point #1 - find some used clubs before you start or bring your own, just in case. Expect a wide varierty of conditions - some holes are on golf courses; most are just (articifical grass) tee boxes and (artificial grass) greens with fairways in the bush; some have some rather interesting obstacles. Most of the holes were right off the highway, or within sight of the highway, but a few were a ways off and remote and there were three we remember that required a bit of dirt road (unsealed) driving. They will also tell you to use tees “to protect the native plants and your clubs”. For the artificial tee boxes, they will recommend making tees from the cut-off tops of plastic soda bottles, but out on the course you can use regular wood tees if your prefer. Only Kalgoorlie had a dress code and you should expect to make a tee time there, but we were able to walk on that day. On all the other holes, we just showed up, played the hole, got our stamp, then drove to the next one. Working west meant that the best two holes were the last two holes. Make sure you get your card stamped at each hole along the way - most are at the roadhouse, visitor center or clubhouse but a couple were stamp-your-own. Then take your card to the visitor center and they will give you your certificate (suitable for framing!). They told us our scores (105 & 116) were pretty good and that “anything less than 500 is something to be proud of!”, and the best they had seen recently was a 78. It gave the drive across the plain a bit more purpose than just the drive, and it was a nice reason to make stops along the way, walk around outside, see more than the side of the road and have some fun too. If you golf, and you’re making the trip east or west: do it! Just don't take your score too seriously!
Written 9 October 2016
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8Myst8
Auckland Central, New Zealand67 contributions
Mar 2015 • Family
We didn't play golf but enjoyed seeing each link hole every few hundred kms or so into the journey. Every hold is located beside a roadhouse which is like an oasis in this vast desert like land! Totally recommend doing a trip across the treeless plain.... We drove a motorcamp and took two weeks to go from Melbourne to Perth! A great adventure, one in which the kids enjoyed immensely!
Written 22 July 2015
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KathrynS400SA
Wallaroo380 contributions
Jun 2015 • Couples
My husband played the 18 holes of golf as we drove across the Nullarbor. Purchase your entry and score card ($70) at either Ceduna or Kalgoorlie, then stop at every town and roadhouse across 2 states. Each hole is quirky and unique with all sorts of challenges. It is a great way to break up your trip and get a bit of exercise along the way.
Written 6 June 2015
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