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Enjoy golf on the Murray like never before

With more hours of sunshine than the Gold Coast, the Swan Hill region is a fabulous year-round golfing destination, with a championship golf course that will surprise and delight ... and tempt you to come back for more.

Murray Downs Golf and Country Club

If you are planning a visit to the Swan Hill region, you must make room to pack the most important item, the golf clubs. Visiting the region without experiencing the award-winning Murray Downs Golf and Country Club is like going to Sydney without seeing the harbour bridge.

For those whose handicap is greater than their age, the experience of walking through the charming, perfectly groomed fairways and stunning signature holes will make up for all those miss-hits, lost balls and cries of ‘fore!’.

For the more serious golfer, once you have carded the 18 holes, your competitive nature will be crying out for more … you may need to hire a cart and bring along the family, just so everyone can enjoy the experience.

To book some of the best golf packages along the Murray River or find out more about this truly remarkable golf course, visit Murray Downs Golf & Country Club.

Regional Golf Courses

The Swan Hill region is blessed with a number of unique and diverse public golf courses that come to life during the cooler months. Between March and September each year, the sandscape golf courses of Lake Boga, Ultima, Nyah West and Robinvale come alive with golfing enthusiasts trying their skills (or luck as some may call it) on nature's golf terrain.

So why not challenge yourself to the ‘sandscapes’ next time you are in the Swan Hill region? The undulating ‘natural’ fairways and the amazing bushland landscape scenery highlight the region's unique fauna and flora, and will not only challenge your golfing skills, but will leave you wanting to come back for more.

And if you’re lucky enough, you may be able to knock a few stokes off your hard-earned handicap, while at the same time enjoying your peaceful nature experience!