Welcome to the most easterly golf course in Australia
Situated near the most easterly point in Australia, and home to the famous Byron Bay lighthouse, the Byron Bay Golf Club is a challenging 18 hole championship course. Set out on 120 acres of coastal habitat, the course is beautifully landscaped with ocean views from several holes.
Byron Bay Golf Course is a par 72 golf course. Like many coastal courses, wind strength and direction plays a determining factor in how easy or difficult the golf course plays. With holes running in each direction, it’s a golf course that will have you questioning:
“Do I have enough time to play it again?”
Restaurant / Weddings / Functions
Offering a Byron Bay take on the classic bistro, the reinvigorated deck restuarant menu presents classics such as lemon myrtle battered fish, chargrilled angus scotch fillet along with burger favourites and also vegetarian and gluten free options. Wednesday nights we roll out the ‘steak and schooner’ $25 special and $25 early bird dining deals on Saturdays (bookings before 6.30pm – specific menu items only). Sundays feature the slow cooked pork and a drink for only $30, with live free music from 4pm, the Club is your Sunday afternoon venue of choice, come along – bring your friends and relax over a drink and tunes…
What's happening at the club?
The Byron Bay Golf Club and course is located approximately 5 km south of the CBD.
It is situated on Broken Head Road, opposite the Byron at Byron Resort and Spa. The club boasts a popular restaurant offering spectacular views across the golf course and to the lighthouse.