Pack the clubs in the car and drive to Corowa, 45 minutes east of Albury, located on the New South Wales side of the Murray River.
Choose to chase the little white ball around nine, 18 or 27 holes at Corowa Golf Club.
Check-in to one of the 35 on-course motel rooms to maximise your time on the green and be within walking distance of the clubhouse, complete with a bistro for when you need a mid-game snack.
If you’re travelling with little ones, the clubhouse has you covered with an onsite cinema showing the latest Hollywood blockbusters.
Refuel after your day hitting, chipping and putting around the golf course with a meal at D’Amico’s Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria.
This family-run restaurant pairs local wines (read: Rutherglen, Milawa and King Valley to name a few) with pasta, pizza and grande piatta on the menu.
Known as the birthplace of Federation in Australia, allow time to turn the pages of history at the Corowa Federation Museum, with displays covering Corowa’s local history, Aboriginal artefacts and historical agricultural equipment.
Spoil your tastebuds with a local tipple at the Corowa Whisky and Chocolate – a renovated flour mill dating back to the early 1920s, which has a distillery, chocolate factory and onsite café serving breakfast, brunch and lunch.
Golfing on the banks of the Murray is a year-round must with seasonal stay-play deals to keep you coming back. Find your next course here.