Some holes are really challenging and others will just frustrate you, as they look easy but have 'hidden' slopes and gradients you may not see until it's too late. The course lights up at night with coloured lighting effects and you can add to the light show by purchasing a glow golf ball which you then would find very difficult to lose!
There is a corporate leader board challenge for companies that use the venue for team building days, which may bring the competitive nature out in you. The current champion is Mani who went round in 34, so that could be your bench mark to beat.
Prices are $15.00 per adult and $12.00 per child, with a family pass (2 adults and 2 children) costing $45.00. You can buy novelty golf balls and glow golf balls (for use after dark) from the kiosk on site.
With the Easter holidays almost upon us, this is a great activity to partake in with a Giant Easter Egg Hunt and mini golf tournament taking part on Saturday April 15th at 1pm. There is $500 worth of eggs to win.
There is a 19th hole (the kiosk really!) which serves a range of sweet treats, coffees, frappes, iced coffees/chocolates and cold drinks. Park yourself on the shaded seating and tables to enjoy your refreshments and watch the other golfers. It is very entertaining.