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“Something Unique”
Review of Nullarbor Links

Nullarbor Links
Ranked #1,359 of 1,141 things to do in South Australia
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Alice Springs, Australia
Level 6 Contributor
1,950 reviews
1,152 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 6,201 helpful votes
“Something Unique”
Reviewed 15 May 2014

Start at Ceduna and end in Kalgoorlie.
This is the worlds longest golf course and a unique experience as you travel across the Nullarbor.

At 1365Km, it is something unique to experience.
Check out the link below more information, and happy golfing:

http://www.nullarborlinks.com/

Visited May 2014
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English first
Kettering, United Kingdom
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“drive of a life time”
Reviewed 14 February 2014

lv just got back from OZ but the drive across the Nullarbor was out of this world l drove across it on the 28 Dec 2013 and it was just great to drive and see nothing but every thing the road train just went by me hundreds of miles of nothing and the heat was about 50c in places but it was a drive of a life time plenty of roadhouses and you meet so many people to talk to like your self on holiday if l come again to OZ l drive from Perth to Darwin via Aderlaide from Peter uk

Visited December 2013
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Perth, Australia
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“Chasing the Sun golf festival 2013”
Reviewed 7 November 2013

We have just completed Chasing the Sun golf festival, played on Nullarbor Links the World's Longest golf Course Australia, we had a fantastic time and enjoyed 7 days of fun entertainment and golf. the trip was brilliantly organized and was a pleasure to play.

Visited October 2013
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Melbourne, Australia
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“Do this once in your life!”
Reviewed 23 October 2013

For years we have been hoping to play this "course" and we finally did it. We live in Melbourne and decided to do a month-long driving trip to and from Western Australia. For the golf we took only a driver, a couple of irons, and a putter. You don't need a full set. No problem using your own clubs. Since you are encouraged to tee up each shot, even on the so-called fairways, there's not much chance of damaging the clubs. We played most of the holes going east to west, but saved a few for the return trip. We also planned overnights at the roadhouses in Eucla, Baladonia, and Cocklebiddy. All were more than adequate. In fact one of the best meals we had on the entire trip was a Scotch fillet at the Baladonia roadhouse. Only once did we bypass a golf hole due to having to wait for others to finish, though on the way back we saw a couple of holes with a half dozen people waiting. Flies were relentless and we're so happy we had our hats with fly netting. We have the distinction of actually hitting a ball into a wombat hole on the Wombat Hole hole in Nundroo, but successfully retrieved it. This was definitely worth doing as a wacky experience. Don't do it if you think this is a serious golfing experience. It's just fun.

Visited September 2013
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Lowood, Australia
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“FORE.......Mad if you don't”
Reviewed 23 October 2013

Three years of planning finally came to fruition.
An idea, definitely from outside the box, became reality in 2009 when the Nullarbor Links Golf Course was opened.
The annual Chasing the Sun competition kicked off in 2011.
An 18 hole golf course stretching from Ceduna SA to Kalgoorlie WA; approximately 1365 kms. Don't worry, you get to play it in your own good time
About 20 of us competed in this years Chasing the Sun competition. We came from all over the country and different backgrounds for the sole purpose of being part of this unique experience.
Words cannot do the course or experience justice. You have to experience it for yourself.
The course can be play east to west or west to east. Purchase your card from the Tourist Information Centres in either Ceduna or Kalgoorlie and you are on your way.
Approach the course with an open mind (and a few spare golf balls) and you will have the time of your life.
What I am trying to say is that we had a bloody good week playing golf on a course as diversified as Australia itself.

Visited October 2013
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