Playing at Beaconhills

Visitor Play

Welcome to the best kept secret in golf. Set in an idyllic rural location abutting the Cardinia Reservoir (Upper Beaconsfield) with panoramic views from many tees, Beaconhills presents an enjoyable challenge to all levels of golfers whether high or low handicappers. Plenty of space and water for irrigation means fairways are wide and inviting and stay green through the dry summer months and twenty-seven holes gives three possible combinations for play. The course has an abundance of flora and fauna and is also home to a resident population of kangaroos.

With the convenience of booking your tee time online in just a couple of quick and easy steps, you can lock in your next round of golf at Beaconhills today.

  • Public access 7 days a week.
  • Book up to 14 days in advance (call to book further in advance).
  • Grab some mates and book up to 8 players (call to book for bigger groups).
  • Reserve carts ready for you on the day.
  • Choose the tee time that best suits you.

Our Course

27 holes, no less. Located on the edge of Dandenong Ranges and 50 minutes from Melbourne CBD, Beaconhills Golf Club is set in a picturesque bushland location. Known for its rolling hills, iconic lakes and famed kangaroo population, Beaconhills presents an enjoyable challenge to all levels of golfers.

The Old Course

The Old Course at Beaconhills, was originally designed in 1930 by Dick Banks – one of the first PGA professionals in Australia. Old Course highlights include dramatic undulations, in a natural bushland setting with kangaroos as keen spectators. The greens, though on the smaller side, are beautifully constructed and sloped – a challenge for any golfer.

Stoney Creek Course

Starting on the formerly known ‘Lakes’ front 9, and onto the Old Course front 9 – the Stoney Creek Course is designed around natural dams with Stoney Creek running through the course. This course has some of Beaconhills most picturesque golf holes, including the iconic 4th hole. This course has clear risk and reward holes that can quickly go from birdie opportunities to double bogeys – players be aware!

Red Hill Course

Starting on the Old Course back 9 and then onto the ‘Lakes’ 9, this course runs along Red Hill Road and Cardinia Reservoir. On the 8th and 9th it’s not unusual to see emu’s across the fence. The first 4 holes are some of the most challenging on the course, but once you conquer these you’ll be set for a good round!