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12 Best Mini Golf Courses in Melbourne | Man of Many

Our list of best mini golf spots in Melbourne goes like this.

Best Mini Golf Spots in Melbourne at a Glance:

With two locations near the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, the Holey Moley Golf Club is known for housing some of the craziest indoor mini-golf Melbourne has to offer. The club has 27 holes themed around pop culture references, from The Simpson to the Iron Throne, each hole more fantastic than the last. With food, drinks, cocktails and even tunes on offer at The Caddyshack, what’s not to love? Holey Moley Melbourne is open to all ages, so grab a mate get swinging.

1. Holey Moley Golf Club

If you’re making the most of a night out playing mini golf with friends, What The Putt is a fantastic place to flex your competitive muscles. After a round of mini golf you can hit the arcade machines or play a game of pool. If that isn’t enough you can have a go at some board games while drinking beers and eating pizza.

2. What The Putt

GlowGolf is Australia’s first and original 18 hole glow-in-the-dark miniature golf course. Offering 18, allowing you to putt your way through some of Australia’s iconic attractions. Such as the Great Barrier Reef, The Outback and even the good old Kingswood Ute. GlowGolf Not only lets you play a great game of miniature golf, but also offers you the chance to drink at possibly Australia’s if not the world’s smallest bar. “Le Bar Europeen” offers you a choice of European Beer or a variety of wines. Mini Golf like this has never been available here in Australia, so why not give it a go. We know you’ll love it.

3. GlowGolf

The Dingley Village Adventure Golf offers two unique 18-hole mini-golf courses. The first being The Chasm, an indoor multi-level building that features a water wheel. The other course being The Creek, an outdoor adventure that is designed around a lake. The courses are uniquely designed with cool hole designs and different settings to challenge mini golfers of all abilities young and old.

4. Dingley Village Adventure Golf

Just an hour and a half drive from Melbourne the Bellarine Adventure Golf takes mini golf to another level. With 36 ingeniously crafted holes with Multi-level greens, set amongst beautiful gardens complete with creeks and waterfalls. There are two 18 hole courses to choose from including the Mill, which offers a great fun course with fun obstacles. The other is the Mountain course which offers a bit more of a challenge. But that’s not all Bellarine Adventure Golf also has a café offering locally roasted coffee from Geelong’s own Capra Coffee, along with a small selection of food to enjoy.

5. Bellarine Adventure Golf Course

The 18 holes Mini Golf putting course is set outdoors surrounded by natural bushland and by the Bungalook Creek, amongst native plants and trees. The putting surface is carpet on which various obstacles are located to add to the challenge.

6. Heathmont Golf Park

Just half an hour from the city, Sunshine Golf Club is known as one of the most popular golf clubs in Victoria. The club has everything a golfer could think of. The club’s 18 holes outdoor mini-golf course has three tee positions available. Easy, intermediate and hard, so no matter your age or skill you are bound to have fun. So why not give it a swing.

7. Sunshine Golf Club

Just a 40-minute drive from the city, the Maroondah Golf Park has entertainment and challenges for all skill levels and ages. Maroondah Golf Park offers two 18 hole courses, the lodge and the lake both filled with extensive landscaping and building-level changes to provide exciting golf play. The Lodge Course offers 18  holes that you can swing your way through various level changes creating lots of challenges. The Lake course also offers 18 holes that you can putt your way through winding paths, over creeks, through water wheels, down tunnels and around ball spirals.

8.  Maroondah Golf Park

The Latrobe Golf Park is close to Melbourne’s city centre, offering two fun-filled mini-golf courses, the lake and the dessert course. Scale the giant boulders and steep slopes of the Desert Course, or test yourself as you Navigate through running water and enormous logs on the Lake Course. Latrobe Golf Park mini-golf has something for everyone.  We know you’ll love it, so why not give it a go.

9. Latrobe Golf Park

Wetlands Mini Golf ‘n’ Games is located near the city of Melbourne. With two 18-hole mini-golf courses, that are both challenging and fun for any skill level. With both an outdoor and undercover course filled with native plants and a lagoon. So you’re able to have a swing in any weather. Coffee and food are also available at the cafe overlooking the course.

10. Wetlands Mini Golf ‘n’ Games

Sandy Mini Golf is just half an hour from the city. With an 18 holes mini golf course, each with three different skill levels to choose from. No matter the skill level, there’s fun for everyone. Food and drink are also available at the Sandy Mini Golf Café. so why not give it a swing.

11. Sandy Mini Golf

The key factors to keep in mind when deciding where to go:

Key Things to Consider for Melbourne’s Best Mini Golf Courses

With an editorial team full of adventures, Man Of Many has had the unique opportunity to visit mini golf courses from the best spots in Melbourne. It is also based on our experience, in-depth research and customer reviews of mini golf courses in Melbourne. As expert journalists who guide people between competing products and services, we have provided our independent opinion in formulating Man of Many’s selections. Our editors have taken into account location, service and the venue while also making a concerted effort to highlight a few spots outside of the CBD. You can review our editorial policy here surrounding how we maintain our independence in our editorial reviews.

How Man Of Many Chose The Best Mini Golf Courses In Melbourne

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Alternatives to Mini Golf in Melbourne

What is the best mini golf course in Melbourne?

The highest-rated Mini golf course in Melbourne according to Google Reviews is the Holey Moley Golf Club.

Are there any mini golf courses in Melbourne for Adults?

All the courses on this list are open to all ages. But Holey Moley Golf Club and GlowGolf are tailored more towards adults.

Can you drink at mini-golf courses?

Drinks are available at the mini-golf courses, but you have to drink them off the course. Both Holey Moley Golf Club and GlowGolf have bar areas where you are able to drink.

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