Collier Park Mini Golf Review
Collier Park Golf has a brand new mini-golf course which is now open. The beautifully landscaped mini-golf course includes a water feature/hazard throughout the course and different levels on each hole to cater for the whole family. The course represents a miniature version of a full-size golf course.
We recently tried out Perth’s newest mini-golf course and had an enjoyable family morning. When you arrive, you need to check-in at the pro shop to pay for the game and pick up your putter. The putters are located at the rear of the shop, and the different lengths are colour coded – easy to make sure you pick up the right club when you are playing.
Once you have paid, you proceed to the entrance of the mini-golf, where a staff member will take you through some quick rules and let you pick your golf ball. There are 3 or 4 colour options, and we all selected different colours to keep things simple. You are given your scorecard and pencil here.
Each hole on the course caters for the beginner to advanced putter with three flags per hole. Red being the easiest with the largest hole, yellow a little smaller and more complex and blue for the expert putter was the hardest.
Another great feature of this mini-golf course is that the first nine holes have been designed to be fully wheelchair and pram friendly allowing everyone to have a go. There is plenty of seating around the course allowing for breaks. The landscaped course includes a water feature and stepping stones which you are encouraged to use on one hole.
The holes are all par 2 or 3, and the course includes all the features of a full-size course, including a water hazard, mini sand bunkers and rough. There is a practice area with three holes so you can get a feel for the green before putting off.
The balls are floating balls so if you did manage to hit one into the water it will float and you can fish it out with one of the many fishing nets around the course.
Hole 17 is a highlight of the course as you can reach this one by using the stepping stones over the water – fun for young ones.
Mini golf is a good family activity and we all had fun on this new course. There is a podium at the end of the course for the winners to celebrate before dropping your clubs off.
There is a cafe, Collier Cafe, near the pro shop so you could have a bite to eat or a coffee before or after your round.
Bookings are not required for general play. Corporate bookings, team-building events and kids parties can be catered for. There is a pavilion in the centre of the mini-golf course that can be hired for events.
Collier Park Mini-Golf
Open – Monday to Sunday, 9am to 8pm.
Cost – $15 adults $11 children. Check the website for all details
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