Woomera Golf Club

ELDO Desert Classic Co-Hosted at Woomera each year 
Technical Area Rd, Woomera, South Australia, Australia, 5720
Woomera Desert Golf - Australian Geographic. Photo Credit Barry Skipsey
Contact Person: Wally Broome - Club President

Mobile: 0419813978

Woomera in South Australia is a small town with a population of about 400 people. It was established in 1947 as an Australian Defence Force base and became a testing area for rockets and missiles during the cold war era. The name Woomera was chosen, as it is the name of an Aboriginal spear-throwing implement. Woomera features the Aerospace Missile Park, a Museum, the Woomera Observatory, a Marine Centre, Swimming Pool complex and more. More information at Welcome2Australia.

The Woomera Golf Club holds a competition on Sunday mornings, teeing off at 8:00 am. Woomera Golf Club has an 18 hole course. The Club Bar is open from 12:00 noon on Sunday and serves a variety of food and beverages. The Golf Club is also open on Wednesday evening as a venue for the local darts competition. Visitors are welcome. The Woomera Golf Club co-hosts the ELDO Desert Classic every year, giving players the chance to compete against others living in the region. 18 Holes, Par 70, ACR 63, 5316 metres.

Woomera Golf Club president Wally Broome describes the course as: "18 holes of pristine sand. The pros come up and they can't play it." - Australian Geographic.

Accommodation is available in Woomera at the Eldo Hotel. "You don't have to be a rocket scientist to stay at the Eldo, but you might meet one there."



Course & Facilities

18 Holes
Social Players
Cafe or Kiosk
Licensed, Bar
Public, Green Fees