|New South Wales is home to a number of the finest courses in the country, headed by the coastal New South Wales club located in National Park land in Sydney's south. The other two courses in the Top 10 are Ellerston, the ultra-private retreat for the Packer family and The Australian, the host course for the 2007 Australian Open.|
|Outside of Sydney, Bonville International in Coffs Harbour remains on every golfers 'must play' list, the Greg Norman designed Vintage, in the Hunter Valley, has been tweaked to make it a much more pleasurable experience, and The Murray region offers plenty for the avid golfer.|
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TOP 5 COURSES
TOP 5 PUBLIC ACCESS COURSES
|1. New South Wales|
3. The Australian
5. The Lakes
|1. Bonville International|
2. The Vintage
3. Murray Downs
|NSW has a host of top quality resorts for the golfer who also wants to relax. Bonville International and the recently opened Magenta Shores are the highlights. Click here to see them all.|
SPOTLIGHT ON ...
SPOTLIGHT ON ...
Sydney is a vibrant city built around a spectacular harbour. Known around the world for the iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House, as well as Bondi Beach, Sydney also boasts lesser known attractions such as The Rocks, Paddington and Darling Harbour. There are stunning beaches all along the coastline from Palm Beach in the north to Maroubra Beach in the south.
The Murray River runs through the eastern side of South Australia, before trailing along the New South Wales and Victoria border. Much of the land has been enriched by the Murray and has produced a good fruit and wine growing area. The Riverland area has many small towns that you can visit along the Murray. It is home to the "Magnificent Seven", which consist of Murray Downs, Barham, Rich River, Tocumwal, Yarrawonga, Corowa and Albury golf courses.