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Anglesea Golf Club

The Anglesea Golf Club was formed in 1950 and it has seen several stages of development in that time. In December 2003, the Clubhouse was renovated and can now accommodate more than 180 members in the bistro/lounge area.
Today Anglesea offers a challenging 6028 metre, 18 hole course with wintergreen couch fairways, along with 4 practice fairways, 2 putting greens, 2 chipping greens and practice nets.
NEW FEATURE - 6 bay dedicated driving range (40 balls $7, 80 balls $12)



There’s also golf club and cart hire, tuition with our Club Professionals and Golf Clinics.
The Clubhouse features our Bistro, open 7 days a week for lunch & dinner, function rooms available for all types of Corporate and Social functions not forgetting our fully stocked Pro Shop.


Reasons to Join

If you are thinking about Club Membership, here are 10 reasons to join Anglesea Golf Club
1. It’s a World renowned golf course
2. Vern Morcom designed golf course
3. Great family holiday destination
4. Play amid our resident Eastern Grey kangaroo population
5. Terrific, friendly staff
6. Natural picturesque bush setting
7.  Lush, drought proof fairways
8. Members Loyalty cards & Members Trade Directory
9. On-line booking system
10. Little over an hour’s drive from the top of the Westgate Bridge

Clubhouse
The Clubhouse can cater for private functions or conferences for up to 80 guests in our function room overlooking the 18th fairway and green

Open 7 days per week, 11.00am - Late
Bistro - Open 7 days a week
Lunch 12 - 2pm and Dinner 6 - 8pm

Resident Kangaroos – a tourist hot spot!

The kangaroos at Anglesea are the Eastern Grey Kangaroo, Macropus giganteus, meaning “huge big-foot”. Like many species, male kangaroos sometimes fight over potential mates.  They often lean back on their sturdy tail and "box" each other with their strong hind legs.  Kangaroos can also bite and wield sharp claws.
 Grey kangaroos are usually active from late afternoon until early morning, resting in the shade of trees and shrubs during the day. They are grazing animals, which eat grass and the young shoots and leaves of heath plants and grass trees around Anglesea.
Many of the kangaroos on the golf course have ear tags and/or collars with names. Zoologists from the University of Melbourne have been conducting various studies of our kangaroos since 2005, ranging from population surveys, movements, birth control and parasites. These tags and collars help the researchers and Anglesea residents identify their study animals and record their activities.

For bookings or enquiries:
Telephone (03) 5263 1582
Golf Links Road, Anglesea VIC 3230

To visit website click here

Directions
From Melbourne:
Take the Geelong Road then follow the Great Ocean Road signs. Arriving into Anglesea, go past the shops on your right, past the Anglesea Hotel, over the bridge and turn right into Noble Street. Go one kilometre up Noble Street and turn right into Golf Links Road. The entrance is 400 metres on the left side (first left turn).
From Lorne: Enjoy one of the most picturesque drives in the world along the Great Ocean Road.  Before you get to the bridge in Anglesea, you need to turn left into Noble Street (after the Shell service station).