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26 INSIDE GOLF TRAVEL | June 2016 to position your golf ball on the well- manicured fairways and greens. The 18th hole is a great finishing hole, which leads to the clubhouse and outdoor deck. The outdoor area is a popular gathering place for golfers after a round. Consistently rated in Australia’s top- 100 public access golf courses and recently rated in Australia’s top-10 most underrated golf courses, Bribie Island will not disappoint. The club’s motto “It’s Worth the Drive” is apt. The club is open every day while Café on 18 is open for lunch daily and dinner Tuesdays through Friday nights. The club also offers breakfast and Saturday night dinners by arrangement and subject to numbers. MORE: Bribie Island Golf Club, Links Court, Woorim 4507. Tel (07) 3408-1457. www.bribieislandgolfclub.com.au Fairways Golf and Beach Retreat is located next door and overlooking Bribie Island Golf Club. The mid-rise 50-apartment accommodation caters for all golfers from small groups to couples through to larger groups. Fairways has everything to make your stay memorable including spacious and comfortable 3.5 star lodgings, fantastic views from the rooftop and BBQ area, heated swimming pool and even its own putt-putt golf course. They also have transport options to and from Pacific Harbour golf course, which is only 15 minutes away. So relax, focus on your golf and the essential festivities without the worry of driving. After the round, golfers can enjoy a BBQ by the pool, on the rooftop or drop in next door to Bribie Island Golf Club for dinner. A play-and-stay package at Fairways is a memorable life experience you will not forget in a hurry and it will leave you for the thirst to do it all again next year. MORE: Fairways Golf and Beach Retreat. 5 Links Court. Woorim, Bribie Island Qld 4507. Tel (07) 3400-2100. www.fairwaysretreat.com.au GoLFERS who reside in southeast Queensland often say: “We’re going overseas” when visiting Bribie Island. That’s because the island, located an hour from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, is separated from the mainland by the Bribie Island Bridge that spans 831.4m. once you cross the bridge, you are met with captivating views of Pumicestone Passage and your stress levels drop as you prepare for a couple of rounds of golf. Bribie Island has two of Queensland’s finest sandbelt courses – Bribie Island golf course and Pacific Harbour golf course. You’ll want to play both so it’s best to find the right accommodation and, as luck would have it, Fairways Golf and Beach Retreat is literally on Bribie Island Golf Club’s doorstep. IF you haven’t yet experienced Bribie Island Golf Club then put it on your bucket list immediately. Built on the natural sand dunes, Bribie Island Golf Club is a highly rated, members-based golf course, which is in top condition all year-round. The 18-hole championship layout (6203m) offers the opportunity to play a sandbelt-style course while enjoying the sub-tropical weather year-round. Each hole is uniquely different at Bribie Island – the fairways and greens thoughtfully framed by trees and bunkers. The native bushland and sandy lies off the fairways accentuate the need Bribie Island Golf Club PLAY NOOSA. UNLIMITED GOLF, ONE WEEK JUST $130.
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