|Western Australia is home to two of the best resort courses in the country. Joondalup has three 9 hole courses, with one played around a disused quarry, the others around dunes and lakes, which combine to form an awesome golfing landscape. The Lake course at The Vines is the home to the Johnnie Walker Classic and is immaculately presented with perfect greens.|
|45 minutes south of Perth is Western Australia's own Golf Coast, consisting of a Kennedy Bay, Secret Harbour, Meadow Springs, Mandurah and The Cut. Lake Karrinyup in WA's highest ranked course, at 15th. It is renowned for its challenging layout and is a tranquil botanical haven for wildlife including native birds and kangaroos.|
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TOP 5 COURSES
TOP 5 PUBLIC ACCESS COURSES
|1. Lake Karrinyup|
2. Kennedy Bay
4. The Cut
5. The Vines
|1. Kennedy Bay|
3. The Cut
4. The Vines
5. Meadow Springs
|WA has some spectacular inland and coastal resorts, topped by the magnificent Joondalup and Vines resorts outside Perth. Click here to see them all.|
SPOTLIGHT ON ...
SPOTLIGHT ON ...
Broome and The Kimberley
Perth is an outdoors city and has an awesome climate. Jog or cycle along the meandering banks of the Swan River or Kings Park. Dine alfresco at one of Northbridge's many eateries. Visit Fremantle on the coast with its unique charm and character. Visit the Swan Valley wine region and tour the wine estates, cycle around Rottnest Island and spot the quokkas or watch a 11.5kg gold bar be poured each day at the Perth Mint.
In the top corner of Western Australia, the Kimberley is Australia's last frontier, a place of all things big - massive beauty, enormous rocks, long roads, soaring escarpments and the piece de resistance, Purnululu (Bungle Bungle) with its famous striped rock towers. It stretches 423,000 sq km and has fewer people per km than almost anywhere. During the wet season there are spectacular waterfalls and almost-nightly lightning shows.