Kingston Beach Golf Club

Heritage Listed Clubhouse built 1830s overlooks the beach 
1 Channel Highway, Kingston, Tasmania, Australia, 7050
Contact Person: Peter Doe, Manager

Phone: 03 6229 8300

Kingston Beach Golf Club is a par-71, 18-hole 6,082-metre members golf club at Kingston, a 15-minute drive south of Hobart. The golf course is open to the public outside competition times. It offers spectacular views of Mount Wellington and local beaches and rivers.

The Clubhouse was built in the 1830's by the pioneering Lucas family, whose descendants are members of the club today. The building is listed in the National Trust heritage register. It overlooks the beach, the Derwent River estuary and Mount Wellington. The Club was officially opened in 1922, having developed into an 18 hole links course from earlier times. In 1942 it also became a bird sanctuary and many species of birds thrive here.

The Course layout is challenging, with some narrow fairways and small, undulating greens, water hazards and strategically placed bunkers. For the social golfer, however, it offers a relaxing round in a picturesque setting.

Host of the 2010 Tasmanian Senior Open Championship.
Host of the 2010 & 2011 TOTE Tasmania Open Golf Championships (February). In 2010 there were Amateur teams "from the Continent, Japan and the UK." - See Club Newsletter at Kingston Beach Golf Club website link above.

Junior Golf: Kingston Beach have a strong Junior Team, making it to the Junior Pennant Final.

Club Professional is Brett Johns, and tuition is available. The fully stocked Pro Shop also has equipment for hire. Ph: 03 6229 4298

Visitors Accommodation
A good range of accommodation is available in the Kingston - Hobart area.

Course & Facilities

18 Holes
Social Players
Golf Carts
Pro Shop
Licensed, Bar
Practice Facilities
Equipment Hire
Corporate Golf
Junior Golf
Championship Course
Public, Green Fees