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Course Information and Tour

Those who visit Norfolk Island Golf Club are greeted by the remains of a rugged history coupled with stunning coastal views. Located within the historical KAVHA (Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area) and the oldest of eleven penal sites around Australia that have been classed as World Heritage Sites, make this an incredibly unique setting for golf. The clubhouse and pro shop area was home to the Stipendiary Magistrate in convict times, built in 1843.

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Course Overview


Point Hunter, Kingston. Within the World Heritage Listed KAVHA (Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area) convict settlement site

Course built 

Early 1900’s

Club founded


Course par length rating

  • Men: Blue Markers Par 72, 5,682m, Scr Rating 70, Slope 132

  • Ladies: Red Markers Par 72, 4,860m, Scr Rating 71, Slope 118

Playing surface

Kikuyu fairways with 328 greens


Open Links style golf with the coastal breeze and Kikuyu grass being a main feature

Course record

  • Men: Mr Michael Barry 62 (August 15, 2007)

  • Ladies: Miss Belinda Kerr 68 (August 15, 2007)


Marie Bailey, Jim Olsson, Joan Kenny, Dan Cuthbertson, Geoff Bennett

Life members

Mr Alex Carr, Mr Jack Clapp, Mrs Rose Evans, Mr Jules Laing, Mrs Marge Clapp, Mrs Kit Donkin, Miss Valerie Nobbs, Mr Alan Roberts, Mrs Elsie Hickey, Mr Jim Olsson, Mrs Naomi Christian, Mr Ben Christian, Mrs Nornie Douran, Miss Marie Bailey, Mr Teeney Menzies, Mrs Gwen Findlay, Mr Ross Reynolds, Mr Dennis Sterling, Mr W. Borry Evans, Mr Tom Lloyd, Mrs Joan Kenny,
Mrs Joy Evans, Mr Bob Selby, Mr Lou Evans, Mr Arthur Keeping

Aerial Course Tour
1st / 10th Hole
3rd / 12th Hole
5th / 14th Hole
7th / 16th Hole
2nd / 11th Hole
4th / 13th Hole
6th / 15th Hole
8th / 17th Hole
9th / 18th Hole
Dress Code

Generally, the dress code of the golf club is fairly relaxed to suit the style of the island, however the following basic rules apply:

  • A good standard of dress is required at all times

  • Footwear must be worn

  • Metal spiked golf shoes are not permitted in the clubhouse

  • Please remove wet or muddy golf shoes before entering the clubhouse

During Competition Play

  • Men – A tailored golf shirt, tailored pants or shorts, with walk socks or sports socks and suitable golfing shoes

  • Ladies – A tailored golf shirt, dress shorts, skirts or slacks, socks and suitable golfing shoes

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