Please be aware, strict Covid restrictions remain in place. All visitor bookings are to be made through the pro shop via phone(+61 2 4351 0700) or email The safety of everyone is our number one priority. Currently, it is a legal requirement to sign in to venues in NSW, you will need to scan a QR code to sign in when you visit Kooindah Waters. Please consult NSW Health advice before arriving at the course.
Located on the New South Wales beautiful Central Coast, Kooindah Waters is an immaculate 6,083 metre 18 hole par 72 championship golf course that is ranked amongst the best courses in Australia.
Completed in 2006, Kooindah Waters golf course was designed by Ross Watson and champion Australian golfer Craig Parry. Built on natural wetlands in a stunning bushland setting Kooindah Waters boasts some amazing wildlife including hundreds of species of birds. Complimenting this tranquil setting is an amazing golf course that has been commonly called a “thinking golfer’s course”.
Well known for its meticulous conditioning, Kooindah Waters Golf course offers a fierce challenge to golfers of all levels. Not only will a player need to avoid water hazards on all 18 holes but Parry and Watson have also incorporated 84 fairway and green side bunkers, some with railway sleeper walls, that as well as adding to the aesthetics, also further challenges the golfer. Once these hazards are cleared, golfers can not fail to be impressed by the couch fairways and superb bent greens that roll fast and true.
The golf course is enhanced with a superb practice putting green, purpose built chipping green and a practice bunker area. These are all maintained to provide a true feel of the conditions out on the course. Practice nets with synthetic grass as a short wedge shot facility, are also on hand for the golfer.
The resort also boasts a Mercure 84 room, 4 and a half star hotel with an award winning restaurant, indoor and outdoor pools, spa, sauna, gymnasium and tennis courts. This array of facilities further adds to the enjoyment of an extended golf trip to Kooindah Waters.