“We ascertained that the course was constructed whilst Captain Alexander Maconachie, R.N., was Superintendent of the Island. Thus it is the oldest existing golf course in Australia. This is not a claim, it is fact."
John Lovell - Golf Society of Australia
Norfolk Island Golf Club is one of the only golf courses in the world located within a World Hertiage Site. Positioned on the coastal, south east side of the island, Norfolk Island Golf Club has some of the best views and heritage on any golf course in the world. Just a flight of two and half hours or less from major cities on the East coast of Australia and one and a half hours from Auckland, make this holiday destination easlity accessible.
The 9 hole course (18 tees) provides spectacular scenery and can often become a pleasant distraction while having a round. Not an excessively long or difficult course, however Norfolk Island Golf Course provides a good test of golf especially in breezy conditions.
The heritage listed clubhouse which has been visited by Queen Elizabeth the second, is at the top point of the golf course and enables members and visitors to view all of the course from this vantage point. A popular meeting place as well as a wonderful spot to enjoy a drink after your round.
Please take the time to browse this web site to see all the beauty of Norfolk Island Golf Course as well checking out the information in regards to the pro-shop, green fees and tournaments Norfolk Island Golf Club has to offer.