Gilgandra Golf Club is a 10-hole, 18-tees, grass greens golf course located in NSW’s central west region. The historic rural town of Gilgandra is on the banks of the Castlereagh River. The town is home to the iconic bush call, “Coo-ee” and is the “Town of the Windmills.” It is also about 40 minutes from the spectacular Warrumbungle Mountains. From Sydney it is about a five and a half hour drive northwest. It is roughly halfway between Melbourne and Brisbane. It is accessible along the Newell, Oxley and Castlereagh Highways.
Gilgandra usually hosts competitions on weekends – usually about 1:00 pm tee-off for $20.00.
A range of accommodation options are available to suit various budgets and places to dine.
Why not stay for a few days and enjoy a round of golf at the Gilgandra Golf Club. Explore the town, its museums, great walks and fascinating heritage. It is a great place to base yourself to make trip around the region.
Back in 1915 a group of 35 men set out for Sydney on the first recruiting march of World War I and called “Coo-ee” at each town they passed to attract men to join them. On display at the Coo-ee Heritage Centre are the artefacts from that march.