Kapunda Golf Club

Golf in Australia's oldest copper mining town 
Hancock Road, Kapunda, SA, Australia, 5373
Contact Person: John Owen - Secretary

Mobile: 0430298008

Kapunda Golf Club
Less than an hour's drive NE of Adelaide is the charming and historic town of Kapunda. The 9 hole, 18 tee golf course has been extensively redeveloped, mainly by locals working voluntarily, and is now a most attractive course to visit for a game or to stay and play. It features long, leafy tree-lined grass fairways, with a lake and natural rocky creek providing interesting challenges. A par 72 course, 6056 metres, it is well cared for and irrigated. Visitors are welcome and can find cabin or caravan accommodation adjacent to the course. Visiting groups and social clubs are also welcome, with food catering available on request.

Kapunda - History
This friendly country town is found between the Clare and Barossa Valleys, and has a wealth of interesting history. Australia's first commercial copper mine began production here in 1844, and Kapunda thrived. Today the Kapunda Heritage Trail makes it easy for visitors to rediscover some of the town's historic sites, buildings and experiences. More information here

Accommodation

Caravans/ Camping
Cabins or Cottages
Golf On Site
Stay & Play Packages

Course & Facilities

9 Holes
Social Players
Licensed, Bar
Equipment Hire
Public, Green Fees