Manildra Golf Club is a 9-hole coarse black soil greens course with all 9 holes using the same teeing areas for both front and back nines for 18 holes. The course has medium-sized trees interspersed with sparse wide dry fairways.
Manildra is a small town located on the banks of Mandagery Creek, and halfway between Orange and Parkes. It is home to the largest flour mill in the Southern Hemisphere, the Manlidra Flower Mill. The family-owned mill is still growing. Manildra is also the location of the National Bread Show. It is also home to the oldest continuously operating picture threatre in Australia, The Amusu.