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Palmer Coolum Resort Golf Course is a World Class Course in a World Class Destination. Golf in Australia simply doesn't get any better than at Palmer Coolum Resort. Their stunning 18-hole course challenges even the best golfers while still providing plenty of enjoyment for the novice. Their 72 par, 6137 metre course has been graced by the game's best including US Masters winner Bubba Watson, British Open winners Greg Norman and Darren Clarke, USA's Ricky Fowler, Aussie favourites Adam Scott, Jason Day, Geoff Ogilvy and Robert Allenby, Y E Yang and K T Kim from South Korea, Liang Wen Chong from China and many, many more! Diverse and exciting, it offers contrasting landscapes, from lakeside holes to manicured fairways that weave their way through native bushland. Designed by renowned golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Jr, a round of golf at this superbly challenging course is a highlight for guests, visitors and locals alike. Best of all, as they have the luxury of being in a sub-tropical climate, the Sunshine Coast golf course is a pleasure to play all year round!
Located in the stunning surrounds of Golden Beach, Pelican Waters Golf Club is the first ever Greg Norman-designed course on Queensland's beautiful Sunshine Coast. Designed to rank among the premier courses in the world and currently ranked by Golf Australia as 23rd in the Top 100 Public Courses, this spectacular 18-hole, 6,359 metre championship course fittingly boasts one of the finest clubhouse and practice facilities in Australia. Even the driving range has that special Great White Shark touch. At 100 metres wide and 300 metres in depth and designed by Greg Norman, many golf experts consider it to be the finest in the Southern Hemisphere. The practice facilities also incorporate an undercover range cover and a 2,000 square metre gently undulating putting green and a chipping green with practice bunker. Pelican Waters Golf Club is open to the public and features an impressive driving range; state-of-the-art golf carts, a well equipped golf shop and a first class clubhouse with restaurant and bar facilities. Surrounded by waterways, the Clubhouse is indisputably the best in the region.
Monday - 7:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday - 7:00am to 5:00pm
Wednesday - 6:30am to 5:00pm
Thursday - 7:00am to 5:00pm
Friday - 7:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday - 6:30am to 5:00pm
Sunday - 6:30am to 5:00pm
Set over 6,107 metres of easy walking, Noosa Golf Club is the pioneer of golf in the Noosa area. Accessible in every way, Noosa welcomes all standards of players. Enjoy the tranquillity of the natural bush setting with an abundance of wildlife and interesting flora. Established in 1937, the course has continued to improve and impress, and is now considered to be one of the best club courses on the Sunshine Coast. The lush sub-tropical surroundings compliment the contemporary open air fully licensed Clubhouse and the views across the fairways and lakes from the Members lounge deck and Bistro make it an ideal place to enjoy a long lunch or dinner. It boasts one of Queensland's best pro shops, with hire clubs, buggies, motorised carts and a comprehensive range of clubs apparel and accessories. Noosa Golf Club welcomes you to the home of Noosa golf.
The Cooloola Coast is part of the Great Sandy Strait, which is an internationally important wetland. It is an area of tidal swamps and intertidal sand and mud flats. The vegetation includes beds of seagrass, mangrove forests and saltmarsh wetlands. The Great Sandy Strait supports 38 species of shorebirds including 18 migratory species. The area is also used by other threatened species such as turtles and dugongs. The Cooloola Coast is a perfect place for shorebirds. At low tide there are extensive sand banks where the birds can search for food and at high tide there are secluded places where they can roost and rest without disturbance.
Tin Can Bay is known throughout Australia as one of the most charming villages on the SE Queensland coast; our Foreshore continuing to gather praise for it's wealth of natural beauty.
Located within Queensland’s Great Sandy Straits, it is also part of a Ramsar Wetland of international importance.
Whether bicycle riding, jogging, or just casually strolling, follow the signage along the 4 km stretch of the easily accessible “Tin Can Bay Foreshore Bird Walk”, you will soon discover that Tin Can Bay is home to a truly wonderful variety of birds.
With a list 143 species already sighted, our Foreshore is gaining a “reputation” as a great place to bird watch, providing a range of habitats for an excellent birding experience.
Visit our Website www.birdingcooloola.org.au for more information on the Diverse range of Habitats & Bird Species to be found in Cooloola.
Masked Lapwing (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Red-backed Fairy-wren (Male) (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Scaly-breasted Lorikeet (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Scarlet Honeyeater (Male) (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Striated Heron (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
White-cheeked Honeyeater (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Bar-tailed Godwit (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Buff-banded Rail (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Dollarbird (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Eastern Curlew (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Eastern Yellow Robin (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Great Knot (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)