To slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the main golf course and the par-3 course will be closed to members’ guests, reciprocal members and green fee players from Saturday 28th March.
The clubhouse is currently closed.
Provision of accommodation has been affected by the government enforced clubhouse closure (Monday 23rd March 2020) and the facilities are effectively closed until further notice.
If you have an existing booking and would like to cancel or discuss, please contact reservations on 03 5255 6255. You can also email email@example.com
If you’re a regular guest and your annual group booking was cancelled, please contact reservations to express your interest in retaining your regular dates for 2021.
If you’d like to make a tentative booking for any future date, please contact reservations by email or through the contact us page on the website.
We appreciate your understanding and look forward to welcoming back all our guests in the not-too-distant future.
Situated only metres from Victoria’s roaring Surf Coast, this highly rated links course is a delight to play any time of the year. But in winter the open air experience – with Mother Nature by your side – can be even more memorable. With the salt breeze blowing over the natural contours of the course and its immaculate greens you’ll feel like you’re on one of Scotland or England’s elite courses.
Established in 1907, The Barwon Heads Golf Club is considered by many to be Australia’s first true links course. And right next to the renowned links, the Clubhouse has a unique atmosphere that brings more than a hint of old Scotland to Victoria.
Complimentary golf for up to two guests with Sunday-Thursday B&B packages is available during June, July and August. Save up to $190 on green fees per twin room.
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“Noted in Lonely Planet’s Top 10 global ‘Best in Travel’ destinations in 2017 The Bellarine Peninsula has been a destination of choice for Melburnians looking for a laid-back escape from the city for generations. The Bellarine is a ferry ride from the Mornington Peninsula and a convenient place to touch down for a couple of nights before continuing on to the Great Ocean Rd.”