Timboon Golf Club


The Timboon golf course is a full 18 hole course (fourteen plus four) and is surrounded by mature native bushland... read more.


29 Egan Street, Timboon, VIC, 3268
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The Timboon golf course is a full 18 hole course (fourteen plus four) and is surrounded by mature native bushland. There are a number of lakes (two dams) and the course is undulating in parts.

While playing you may see koalas, ducks, echidna, rabbits, kangaroos, turtles and a variety of native birds.

The men’s course is 5,618 metres and the ladies’ 5,060 metres, making it one of the longest in South West Victoria. The Course Rating is 70 and the Slope Rating is 128.

Please check the website for competition days. Green fee payers may still be able to access the course and can join the competition. Please contact the Secretary if you wish to play during competition times.

At times, the course may not be available to green fee players due to tournaments, pennant or functions.

Bookings are available for functions and the course can be booked for corporate, company and group golf days.



  • COVID Clean Practicing Business
  • COVID Safe
  • Bar
  • Barbeque
  • Carpark
  • Family Friendly
  • Lawn / Gardens
  • Broadband Internet Access


  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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