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Tee-off in South Australia

Kooyonga Golf Club 2

Whether you’re a golfing couple, a cosy foursome or a growing group of golf fanatics, check out some of the best courses in South Australia for the perfect game.

Wine Golf Tour

This is one of the most interesting golf sessions you will ever play. Held at four of the most prestigious private golf courses in Australia, your game combines a time-honoured tradition of matching exquisite courses with fine wines from Four Reds. The courses include: Glenelg, Grange, Kooyonga and Royal Adelaide. At the end of each 18 holes, you’ll enjoy a bottle of specially paired premium wine along with a tasting plate sourced from the gourmet producers of South Australia. Four Reds offers holiday packages for three to six nights in Adelaide. And if your passion for fine wine rivals your enthusiasm for golf, Four Reds is also offering exclusive winery tours of the legendary Barossa.

First Shot Fun!

The Royal Adelaide Golf Club was founded in 1870 and is home to Adelaide’s premier PGA instruction for individuals and groups. Upon arrival, golfers participate in a thorough orientation including a video analysis of your golf game. High-speed video cameras capture your chipping, putting and full swing techniques. Those golf techniques are evaluated by our teaching pros, and then design your individual program for golf improvement. The club is ranked 5th in the Australian Top 100 Golf Courses by the Australian Golf Digest.

Hit the Ring!

At Kooyonga, five Australian Opens and three Australian Amateur Championships have been decided as well as numerous South Australian Opens and Amateur Championships. The par 72, 6160 metre layout of the Kooyonga Golf Course consists of narrow rolling fairways lined with rows of trees, with cleverly positioned bunkers framing the small and firm greens. The well protected greens are also aided by the subtle slopes and natural undulating surface of the course. The Kooyonga forms a testing yet fair challenge. The club is ranked 11th in the Australian Top 100 Golf Courses by the Australian Golf Digest

Corporate Golf

The Grange Golf Club features two internationally rated 18-hole championship golf courses and an award winning function centre. The club also promotes corporate golf with superb cuisine and personalised service, which offers facility for breakfast, lunch or dinner and even BBQ’s and cocktail parties. The designated days for corporate golf are Monday and Friday, with no minimum number of players required. It also offers a variety of additional services to ensure the success of private events, including on-course drinks, a golf competition co-coordinator and a golf professional to conduct golf clinics if required.


3-5 Oct

The Ceduna Oysterfest is Australia’s largest oyster festival. Ceduna comes alive with magicians, comedians, celebrity chefs and local acts, live music, competitions and more on offer.

5-21 Sept

OzAsia is a two-week festival that presents a range of performances, events and exhibitions to celebrate the artistic and cultural ties between Australia and Asia. This is an event not to be missed. Come along and experience the two continents’ diverse relationship.

17-19 Oct

This event is held in the heartland of great Australian wine. The annual Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations showcase and celebrate cabernet sauvignon, Coonawarra’s flagship wine.

8 Nov

The Credit Union Christmas Pageant is a spectacular family event held to celebrate the approaching Christmas. A magical array of Christmas floats travel through the streets of Adelaide bringing a smile to one and all.

14-30 Dec

In the spirit of Christmas, the town of Lobethal has lit up the night sky for 60 years with its lights display. The Lights of Lobethal is the largest community Christmas display in the southern hemisphere. This is a spectacular and colourful event to enjoy with family and friends to create a memorable Christmas.

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