The rules stated only eight strokes per hole and then players are to move onto the next hole. Or maybe I'm just really bad at putt-putt. I'm even sure I would of managed to have a good time even if I didn't win, which I did. The first thing that struck me about the course is that it's really hard!. This is the best way to spend a Sunday in Brisbane! The fact that it's somewhat challenging Putt Putt is a little different, as this place isn't just for kids who can't handle a full 18 but for men who can't handle a full 18. Why not enjoy a delicious meal in the Bistro and an adventure in the kids playground before or after you game. I say this because over the last few weeks I've heard about Victoria Park putt-putt from a surprisingly diverse range of people.
It is adjacent to the start of the 12th hole, now part of the health precinct in Herston. Let Victoria Park make your life easier by organising the food and the fun. The course is an 18 hole mini golf course that weaves around a rocky terrain complete with water and sand traps, crazy bridges and swinging poles to add to the challenges of all players. We found the kids menu very good with the chicken slider burgers not only a great size but healthy grilled chicken rather than fried. Sure there are rules and regulations, but you can surely have the fun that you rightly deserve! School holiday times are packed with families so if you are planning a corporate or team event it is best to choose times outside of these busy periods. Each hole has three different levels of difficulty; so all players can still have a good time.
Have fun: My partner and I decided that putt-putt would be a cute Saturday afternoon date, so we Googled 'Brisbane putt-putt' and off we went to Victoria Park that afternoon. Who knew putt-putt and drinking went so well together? Use the kiosk on the putt-putt course to purchase a slushie or an alcoholic beverage. The golf course also is accessible by public transport. It's relatively inexpensive and a great way to spend a lazy day doing something challenging and fun! The holes are surrounded by stunning gardens, and glimpses of the city, and there are shady spots to sit around the course. They only have limited choices for on-course enjoyment, and all in cans. The exit comes out onto Gilchrist Ave. I went on a date here once.
It is a public course is owned by Brisbane City Council and requires no membership to play. Contact Victoria Park Golf Complex to clarify wheelchair access for specific areas. Join us at Sunday Sounds for live entertainment, market food carts and great specials every Sunday from 12pm-4pm at the Victoria Park Bistro. I'm always one to follow a crowd, so I popped in with friends for a round of childrens golf with adult beverages. The thing about putt-putt is it is meant to be a sport that you don't take seriously. This place is the best. The views over the golf course and the city make for a lovely backdrop.
The course itself was in fact a lot of fun. To find out more about our kids party packages, visit. Although a group menu specifically to cater for groups of 12 to 50, we chose to pre-order from the A La Carte lunch menu. There is a Herston Road exit along the Inner City Bypass with a brown sign for Victoria Park Golf Complex, if coming from the Milton end of the Inner City Bypass. With scorecard in hand and teams already decided, it appeared we had it all in the bag.
I have fond memories at Victoria Park Golf Complex, having my wedding here in 2006. Yesterday, I had my first attempt at putt putt and I have to say it is so much fun! The original clubhouse is a heritage listed building built in 1931. The only obstacle there was was the swinging pole. Victoria Park has ample free car parking spaces which makes it the perfect choice for an inner city day out with the family. Yes, you can have an alcoholic beverage of your choice while playing.
There were indeed kids and families around but they became adorable accessories to the evening, as opposed to tiresome obstacles. What I like about the Victoria Putt-Putt course is that it is very classy compared the sightly run-down ones I use to go to as a chid, especially at night- the dim lighting gives a nice ambiance. Not just a great place to tee off and play golf, Victoria Park has a challenging putt putt course, a 2-tier driving range, onsite golf and retail store and an alfresco Bistro for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The putt course is 18 holes of putt-putt fun. Holding a putter, a glass of wine, your ball and your bag can be a bit of a challenge otherwise! A friend of mine recommended we go to Victoria Park up near Kelvin Grove and play some night Putt Putt for a bit of fun. Parking is free for guests at Victoria Park. The only thing I didn't like about it was that there was pretty much no obstacles.
Since moving the Brisbane Putt Putt has since fallen off my radar. Relax in a laid back atmosphere and soak up the spectacular city views …. Victoriapark has the lowest Google pagerank and bad results in terms of Yandex topical citation index. It's relatively inexpensive and a great way to spend a lazy day doing something challenging and fun! It would've been more fun if there were more challenges! There's a lot of trees and the air is so fresh! It's okay if your golf ball falls into the fountain water because they have a scooper provided. Yes, you can have an alcoholic beverage of your choice while playing. Initially I was a bit nervous that the repressed, competitive, Putt Putt demon within would bare all seven of its malevolent heads, however these concerns were soon alleviated due to the low admission fees and the presence of alcohol, which can be purchased and consumed legally on the course. Well that type of man is me.