Canowindra Golf Club

Canowindra, "The Balloon Capital of Australia" 
Browns Avenue, Canowindra, NSW, Australia, 2804
Phone: (02) 6344 1342
Fax: (02) 63 44 2469

Canowindra is located in a natural basin on the Belubula River, 32km north of Cowra in Central West NSW. The name "Canowindra" derives from the language of the Wiradjuri People and is said to mean "home". In 1863 Canowindra was twice raided by Ben Hall's bushranging gang.

The first Balloon flight in Canowindra took place in1966, and today the town is known as the "Balloon Capital of Australia", being home to the Canowindra Challenge. More information about Canowindra at Visit NSW.

Canowindra Golf Club was founded in 1921, on the Canowindra Race Course. In 1932 the new site, on 68 acres, was leased. The golf club was built entirely by the members. Canowindra Golf Course is a 9 hole, par 70 golf course of 5680 metres. Rosellas, galahs and other birds are seen around the course. Canowindra Golf Club is licensed and the club restaurant is open for lunch and dinner from Wednesday - Sunday and all public holidays. (May also be open on Mondays.) Takeaway meals are also available. The Club is open every day and is known for "friendly service, cold beer and many wines". Golf carts can be hired. Visitors are very welcome and green fees are $15 for 9 holes or $20.00 for 18.

Accommodation available in Canowindra includes hotel, motel, caravan park, Everview Stone Cottages, Rosnay Organic Getaway Cottages, Historic Marlow House and The Old Vic Inn and more.

Accommodation

Hotel
Motel
Caravans/ Camping
Cabins or Cottages
Pub/Tavern
Lodge, Guesthouse
Historic

Course & Facilities

9 Holes
Social Players
Golf Carts
Restaurant, Bistro
Licensed, Bar
Junior Golf
Golf Club Fitting
Public, Green Fees