Kakadu National Park is in Australia’s Northern Territory. The UNESCO World Heritage listed area encompasses wetlands, rivers and sandstone escarpments and it’s home to a huge variety of plant species and wildlife from saltwater crocodiles and kangaroos to birds ... and Crocodile Dundee! But, Kakadu has been missing a golf course ... until now. There are 3 pins (Red, Gold and Black) with the latter just over 7,000 yards. It's not overly long but water comes into play on every tee and fairway shot. There are also a fair number of tricky greens. It has been tested with all three club sets and all three pins and any combination can be an enjoyable challenge. Playing Standard clubs off the Blacks for your first round is not recommended!
Other Courses by Ken Wise
|Highlow Island Links Resort||Links||72|
|Barco Rio Desert GC||Desert||71|
|Dam Treitaget GC (18 holes)||Swiss||72|
|Propellor Island Archipelago||Tropical||72|
|Mount Panorama Bathurst 18||Rustic||67|
|Bhavacakra GC, Nepal||Swiss||71|