Rated as one of the best resort courses in the country, this par 73 championship course rises and dips through elegant strands of rainforest, each fairway isolated and private from the next. Its great appeal lies in the fact it will stimulate and challenge golfers of every standard.
The only disturbance as you meander along in your whisper-quiet electric carts might be wildlife scuttling into the bushes or birds singing in the tree tops. Look closely into those same treetops and you might spy a family of koalas munching on the leaves of the Blackbutt, Ironbark and Tallowood trees. Indeed, Bonville is a natural sanctuary for a wide range of native species including the large black cockatoos, parakeets, water dragons and magnificent goannas. In the evening, swamp wallabies and small kangaroos graze on the light rough.
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