Golf: Burnley Golf Course
Nestled between Melbourne’s bustling central business district and the tranquil sounds of the Yarra River lies one of Melbourne’s best kept secrets. Burnley Golf Course is a quiet little 9-hole course that’s a perfect starting ground for the new golfer but still a challenge for the experienced.
Get out of the traffic and onto the course for a quick 9 holes or have a lesson with one of our fully qualified teaching professionals. Either way, you’ll enjoy a relaxed atmosphere at a golf course where you can always get a game.
Located only minutes from the CBD, Burnley Golf Course offers 9 or 18 holes, club hire and lessons, a fully stocked pro shop, custom club fitting, a practice putting and chipping green, memberships, corporate days and BBQ facilities.
The course is open seven days a week.
Burnley Golf Course
Corner of Madden and Loyola Grove, Burnley
Ph: +61 (3) 9205 5048
Ski: From June to October Victoria's alpine resorts offer a unique snow holiday experience with skiing and snowboarding for beginners, intermediates and experts, and cross country skiing trails.
Enjoy snow activities including tobogganing, snow tubing, snowshoeing and family fun. There are a range of unique activities at each resort. Here you can find out more about Victoria's seven alpine resorts.
You can drive, fly or catch a bus to Victoria's snowfields. Most of Victoria's alpine resorts lie to the north-east of Melbourne. Over-snow shuttles in the skifields whisk you and your gear to your lodge on the final leg of your long journey.
Driving distances from the Melbourne:
•Lake Mountain – 120 kilometres to the east, 2 hours drive
•Mt Baw Baw – 160 kilometres, two and a half hours drive
•Mt Buller and Mt Stirling – 250 kilometres, 3 hours drive
•Mt Hotham and Falls Creek lie further to the north-east, 357 kilometres, approximately four and a half hours drive