Charleville Golf Club

Golf in Iconic Charleville, Home of the Cosmos Centre 
May Street, Charleville, QLD, Australia, 4470
Phone: (07) 4654 1551

Charleville, on the banks of the Warrego River, is the administrative centre for the Murweh Shire in south western Queensland. The river has provided the life force of Charleville while also periodically causing severe flooding in the town. Charleville is some 750km west of Brisbane and is linked by air and rail as well as being the terminus for the Warrego Highway. Major local attractions include the base of the Royal Flying Doctor Service, an historical museum, a wildlife sanctuary and Bilby reserve, and the Cosmos Centre with its observatory. "The spectacular clear night skies of Outback Queensland offer some of the world’s best sky watching conditions." (Charleville even has an asteroid named in its honour.)

Charleville Golf Club has an 18 hole golf course with a par of 72 and is 6049 metres long. It is a sand greens course with a licensed clubhouse. Buggies are available for hire. Visitors welcome.

Local Accommodation options include the heritage listed Hotel Corones, where you can re-live the grand days of an earlier era. The hotel is a living museum, with two-hour tours each day at 2.00 pm.

More information about Charleville here.

Accommodation

Hotel
Motel
Pub/Tavern
Historic

Course & Facilities

18 Holes
Social Players
Golf Carts
Licensed, Bar
Public, Green Fees