Minlaton Golf Club

Minlaton - Home of Harry Butler's "Red Devil" monoplane 
East Terrace, Minlaton, SA, Australia, 5575
Phone: 08 8853 2605
Fax: 08 8853 2604
Mobile: 0408838118

Minlaton is the home of the legendary "Red Devil", flown from Adelaide to Minlaton in 1919 by Captain Harry Butler. This was the first flight across sea in the southern hemisphere, by any plane. You can see it here today in Minlaton. It is the last one of these British Monoplanes still in existence, according to this SMH feature. See photographer Scott Davis' full size photograph of the Red Devil at Wiki Commons.

Minlaton Golf Club presents a challenging 18 hole, Par 72 golf course set amid native vegetation with sand greens. The modern clubhouse features reverse cycle air conditioning and catering facilities suitable for groups or functions up to 120 guests. Bar facilities are available and BBQs can be accessed on request.

Minlaton Golf Course is open to all players during the April to October season, on any day of the week. Greens fees apply (under $20.00) and need to be paid before commencing play. Membership is available. Junior coaching is held on Friday afternoons at 4.00 pm during the playing season.

Disabled Access / Facilities

Access with assistance for the disabled

Course & Facilities

18 Holes
Social Players
Licensed, Bar
Junior Golf
Public, Green Fees


Private Functions
Small Functions