The course was established in 1976 and has all grass greens, a small clubhouse with hire equipment.Soft drinks and snacks are available. You can enjoy the tranquility of playing in natural bushland setting with some magic views across Princess Royal Harbour, King George Sound, plus to the hinterland, as far as the Porongurup Ranges. It doesn't take much more than three hours to play the 18 holes, which leaves the rest of the day to soak up the natural beauty of the adjoining attractions. We have a range of free maps of this area to help you enjoy your experience in this beautiful "neck of the woods". Kangaroos abound on the course, so even if you are not a golfer, call to the Office and for a gold coin donation you can visit the kangaroos lazing in their natural habitat. Within Torndirrup National Park which adjoins the Golf Course there are spectacular natural attractions along this rugged coastline including The Gap, Natural Bridge, The Blowholes.