Mini Golf is a fun way to keep the whole family amused for a few hours. It’s an enjoyable means of exercise and you don’t have to take it as seriously as the real game. In Perth, we are lucky to have a number of awesome mini golf courses dotted around. Here’s where you’ll find them.
Adventure Golf – Elizabeth Quay Address: Elizabeth Quay, Perth
Opening hours: Open daily 10am to 10pm
Cost: Adults $15, children $12, family pass – two adults and two children $45.
Adventure Golf is now open at Elizabeth Quay! They offer birthday parties for a minimum of 10 people, plus corporate packages.
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Wanneroo Botanic Gardens and Mini Golf Address: 25 Drovers Drive, Wanneroo
Opening hours: Open Mondays during school holidays and on public holidays, Tuesday to Wednesday 9am to 4pm (last tee-off) and Thursday to Sunday 9am to 8:30pm (last tee off.)
Cost: Adults $18, Concession $16, Kids aged four to 15 years $14, small groups of two adults and two children $59. Night combo (includes entry, light up golf ball and pop corn) $22 for kids and $25 for adults.
Wanneroo Botanic Gardens and Mini Golf is the biggest mini golf course in Perth, with 36 holes to conquer. They also run night golf from Thursday to Sunday, with the last tee off time at 8:30pm.
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Murdoch Pines Golf and Recreation Park Address: 24 Baker Court (Off Hope Road), North Lake.
Opening hours: Open from 9am to 7pm daily.
Cost: Children under 13 years $7, over 13 and adults $11
This 18-hole mini golf course is suitable for ages two and over and will provide a challenge for golf enthusiasts of any level.
Triassic Fun Park – Canning Vale Address: Unit 1, 410 Ranford Road, Canning Vale
Opening hours: Closed Monday, Tuesday to Thursday, 9:30am to 3pm, Friday to Sunday 9:30am to 5:30pm
Cost: $7.50 per child on top of park entry fees.
This is no ordinary mini golf…it is dinosaur blackout golf! The course is located within the Triassic Fun Park and is strictly for kids aged five and over.
King's Carnival Mini Golf (Image: Shannon Meyerkork, Perth Mums Group.)
King's Carnival – Halls Head Address: King's Carnival, Leighton Place, Halls Head
Opening hours: Mini golf open daily 9am to 5pm
Cost: Entry to King's Carnival is free. Mini golf is $14 for adults, $11 for children and seniors and $38.50 for a family pass.
This 18 hole mini golf course is located in Mandurah’s King's Carnival. Read the Perth Mums Group review here.
Amaze Miniature Village – Barragup Address:
Opening hours: Open Friday to Monday 10am to 4:30pm (last tee-off 4pm)
Cost: Adults $14, concession $13, children aged two to 15 $12
This challenging 12 hole mini golf course is fun for the whole family. You can read more about Amaze Miniature Village here.
Amaze Miniature Village (Image: Shannon Meyerkork, Perth Mums Group.)
Oasis Supa Golf and Adventure Putt Mini Golf – Swan Valley Address: 10250 West Swan Road, Henley Brook.
Opening hours: Weekdays 9am to 4:30pm (last tee off) and weekends 8am to 4:30pm (last tee off.)
Cost: Nine holes supa course – adults $15.50, kids under 15 $13.50 and kids under five $8, 18 holes supa course adults $22.50 and kids under 15 $20.50, 18 holes adventure putt adults $14, kids under 15 $12, kids under four $7.50
Here you can choose from Supa Golf, in which players use golf clubs with oversized plastic heads and an oversized ball, or adventure putt, a miniature version of a real golf course that includes bunkers, streams and water traps.
The Maze – Bullsbrook Address: 1635 Neaves Road, Bullsbrook
Cost: Entry to the Maze $24.50 adults (16 and over) $22 concession, $18 seniors, $16 children aged four to 15 years, $72 for a family pass (two adults and two children.)
The mini golf course is nine holes of twists, turns and obstacles to overcome all set in a cool, shady landscaped garden.
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