Binalong Golf Club

Golf in Binalong, Banjo Paterson's childhood hometown 
Oliver Street, Binalong, NSW, Australia, 2584
Phone: (02) 6227 4241

Binalong is about 30km NW of Yass and 30km south of Boorowa, 475m above sea level on the edge of the Southern Tablelands. There are many historic buildings in the township, dating back to 1847. Photos of some of these can be seen at Argyle Country website. Refreshments can be found at the General Store and the hotel, as well as at the golf club, and accommodation is available at the Royal Tara Motel. There are a number of artists and artisans to visit and the motor museum has vintage displays.

Banjo in Binalong
The family of Banjo Paterson moved to the Binalong district in 1869 when he was 5 years old. He attended the primary school in Binalong but later went to boarding school in Sydney, returning home in the holidays. Binalong area features in a number of Banjo's poems, and his father is buried in the local cemetery.

Binalong Golf Club
People have been playing golf in Binalong for over 80 years. In 1927, the village movers and shakers took the initial steps in what was to be a long journey, culminating in the 18-hole, sand-green course of today, complete with bowling green and club house, the setting of many a tall story. More about the history of the club at this Yass Tribune article.

18 hole sand green course, Par 68, ACR 64, 5191 metres.

Course & Facilities

18 Holes
Social Players
Cafe or Kiosk
Licensed, Bar
Public, Green Fees