(Upcoming tours 9th September, 9th October; fully accommodated)
Perth to Adelaide
After our morning pick up in Perth, we make our way through the Wheatbelt to the Gold Mining areas, for our overnight stay in Kalgoorlie. We organise our Nullarbor Golf score sheets at Kalgoorlie Tourist Bureau, take a town tour of this historic region and settle in for the start of our trip.
This morning we’re up bright and early to play 18 holes of golf at the Kalgoorlie Golf Club This includes first two holes of the Nullarbor Links: all of the holes across the course are named after significant features or characters of the area.
CY O’Connor Par 4 356m
Golden Mile Par 5 502m
After lunch we make our way to Norseman stopping at Kambalda to play the next hole of the Links course.
Silver Lake Par 4 392m
Today we head off across the Eyre Highway as we continue playing the links course. We start off with 2 holes at Norseman, further east at Fraser Range and then the Balladonia hole.
Ngadju, Par 5 463m
Golden Horse Par 4 365m
Sheep’s Back Par 3 141m
Skylab Par 3 175m.
After lunch we will have a Longest Drive competition, at the start of the 90 mile straight, before we venture onto this longest straight stretch of road in the Southern Hemisphere. Our last hole for the day is Caiguna.
90 Mile Straight Par 4 310m
Today sees us well onto the Nullarbor with an early start as we continue heading East to play Cocklebiddy
Eagles Nest Par 4 347m.
We then take a detour off the highway with a bit of 4wd action to visit the Eyre Bird observatory and historic telegraph station. After lunch it’s back up to the highway to re-join the Golf links as we play Madura, Mundrabilla and Eucla holes.
Brumby’s Run Par 3 125m
Watering Hole Par4 330m
Nullarbor Nymph Par 4 315m
Today the game continues as we make our way into South Australia. After playing the Border Village hole, we journey onto the Nullarbor Roadhouse and play that hole as well.
Border Kangaroo Par 3 160m
Dingo’s den Par 5 538m (Beware of Crows stealing your ball.)
We then visit the Head of the Bight in whale season (June to October) and in the afternoon we play Nundroo and Penong holes before finishing the day at with the final 2 holes at Ceduna. The rest of the evening is your own.
Wombat Hole Par 5 520m
Windmills Par 4 260m
Denial Bay Par 4 370m
Oyster Beds Par 5 485m
This morning we play a full course of 18 holes at the Ceduna Golf Club, which includes the final 2 holes of the Nullarbor Links. We will collect our souvenir Nullarbor links Certificate.
Enjoy some free time in town and lunch of your choice in this little fishing port of Ceduna.
The afternoon sees us complete the Eyre highway, with some sightseeing on our way to Port Augusta.
Today we are up bright and early out on the course again as we play 18 holes at the Port Augusta Golf Club, with time in town for lunch. The afternoon sees us make our final leg of the trip into Adelaide. This evening we will have a final farewell dinner and present our tour trophies.
Our last morning gets us out to play the Mt Osmond Private Course before meeting up for our final lunch together as we wind up the tour and say farewell.
Have you ever wanted the challenge of playing golf across Australia? The Nullarbor Links golf course runs between Kalgoorlie WA and Ceduna in SA.
We offer an exclusive eight day trip, taking in the spectacular scenery of the Nullarbor and the great Australian Bight as we play the spread out holes of the Longest Links.
The trip can be either a mixture of motel and camping or purely accommodated and has non-golf related activities and sightseeing along the way as well.
Get a group of friends together and we will organise the rest. Bring your own clubs or hire as we go.
We can offer Perth to Adelaide, one way; Adelaide to Perth, one way; or Perth to Perth.
Windmill Hole at Penong
The greens are green again (rather than brown!) in Adelaide
Border Village Hole
This hole, played at Nullarbor Roadhouse, actually had a airfield running through the middle of it!
Sheep's Back hole , one of the rougher ones