Norfolk Island Golf Club is one of the only golf courses in the world located within a World Heritage Site. Positioned on the coastal south-east side of the island, the golf club has some of the most spectacular views. Its rich heritage rivals any golf course in the world. It is a small South Pacific Island located in the Pacific Ocean between Australia and New Zealand.
Norfolk Island is a quick flight time of around two and half hours from Sydney or Brisbane in Australia, or one and a half hours from Auckland, New Zealand. The temperatures in the sub-tropical Island rarely go over 28 or under 10 degrees. This stunning holiday destination is a great place to spend a long weekend, a week, or much, much longer.
Golfers who visit Norfolk Island Golf Club always come back. They have one of the friendliest and most social clubs you will ever visit. The course itself is absolutely stunning, bordered by the South Pacific Ocean and surrounded by historic buildings within the World Heritage listed Kingston. The pro shop area itself was home to the Stipendiary Magistrate in convict times, built in 1843. It is an incredible and unique setting for golf.
With the relaxed pace of life, the Island is the perfect place for a stress-free game while on holidays. For those wanting to keep score, visitors with handicaps are encouraged to join the local club competitions and have a hit with the locals. Norfolk Island Golf Club welcomes golfers of all levels to enjoy the course.