Wee Waa Golf Club is a nine-hole public golf course. It is located a mere 42km off Newell Highway, west of Narrabri in Wee Waa, Australia’s “Cotton Capital,” the birthplace of Australia’s modern cotton industry. It is also “the oldest town on the Namoi.”
Despite being an ‘old’ town, Wee Waa is relatively modern with sporting facilities for swimming, tennis and bowls, motels and caravan parks.
The golf club is a locally-run community sports venue. It is a great sport to hold functions or events in the family friendly atmosphere. When there is a special event, members chip in with to socialise.
Wee Waa Golf Club holds regular competitions with winners posted on its Facebook page.
While in town, why not visit some of the rare finds in Wee Waa (pronounced ‘we war’). The unique Namoi Echo Museum, Wee Waa Court House and Imperial Hotel is a nice reminder of days gone by. The museum is open Thursday to Saturday. The hotel was the first three-storey structure built in North West NSW.
Those scientifically inclined can visit the CSIRO Australian Radio Telescope. Take a dip in the hot Artesian Bore Bath at Pilligra to help soothe those aches and pains after a round of golf.