Blue Gum Reserve Frisbee Golf Course

What is Frisbee Golf?

Frisbee Golf, otherwise known as Disc Golf, is played much like traditional golf. Instead of a ball and clubs, players use a frisbee or disc. The object of the game is to complete each hole in the fewest number of throws. A plastic frisbee (or disc) is thrown from a tee area to an elevated metal basket (the hole). Generally, a course is 9 or 18 frisbee pole holes (baskets) long. Players start at one hole and complete the course in order, playing through to the last hole. The player with lowest total cumulative score wins.

It is easy to learn, a healthy activity, and accessible to people of all ages and fitness levels. It can be played year round in all climates. If you can throw a frisbee and you like to have fun, you can play Frisbee Golf.

For more information on Frisbee Golf, visit the Melbourne Disc Golf Club website, the sister club to Blue Gum Reserve Frisbee Golf Course.

Where is Blue Gum Reserve?

Southeast of the Cowes township on Phillip Island is the Blue Gum Reserve nine hole Frisbee Golf Course.

The Course is set amongst 6.6 hectares of Indigenous Blue Gum trees and open space. Phillip Island Croquet Club and Phillip Island Scout Group also share the Reserve.

The Reserve, which is also a designated dog off-leash area, is located off Dunsmore Road, behind the Blue Gum Industrial Park at

101 Dunsmore Road, Cowes, Victoria

Contact: Cowes Visitor Information Centre – 1300 366 422 or email: piinfo@basscoast.vic.gov.au

Where can I get a Frisbee?

Like traditional golf, Frisbee Golf is played with specialised equipment. The frisbees available to borrow are slightly weighted and designed for beginners. They will offer more control and distance for those new to the game.

For more information on borrowing frisbees, visit:
Cowes Library
89 Thompson Ave, Cowes
tel: (03) 5952 2842
Cowes Visitor Information Centre
91-97 Thompson Ave, Cowes
tel: 1300 366 422

Download the rules of the game, a map of the Blue Gum Reserve Frisbee Golf Course and your own score card.

All Terrain Wheelchairs are available for loan from the Phillip Island Information Centre, 895 Phillip Island Road, Newhaven tel 1300 366 422 or Focus On Lifestyle (03) 5952 2352 

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