Coolangatta Ladies Only Tour

12th May – 25th May 2019 (13 nights / 14 days)

Quad Share (2bdr/4 people)
NZD $2,995
NZD $2,595 (non-golfer)
Twin Share (1bdr/2 people)
NZD $3,575
NZD $3,175 (non-golfer)
Single Room (1bdr/1 person)
NZD $4,895
NZD $4,495 (non-golfer)
coolangatta ladies only tour

A beautiful mix of great golf courses, beaches, restaurants, cafés and renowned for its casual beach-side culture, Coolangatta makes for the ultimate in relaxation and an enjoyable golfing holiday.

The southern Gold Coast’s famous sandy beaches and world-class surf breaks conclude at Coolangatta, Coolanagatta has been one of Australia’s top holiday destinations for over 100 years. It is famous for its fabulous beach, numerous lorikeets and restaurant-lined esplanade.

A lovely walking trail wraps around Greenmount Hill connecting Greenmount Beach to Rainbow Bay from which you can head up the hill to the exotically named Point Danger and plant one foot in Queensland and another in New South Wales at this lookout which is also a great place for dolphin and whale watching.

Peer back towards the famous Surfers Paradise skyline at sunset whilst dining alfresco at one of many oceanfront cafes or nestle on the grassy hill at Snapper Rocks and settle in for the views.

Coolangatta is the perfect destination to escape from New Zealand’s winter.

Tour Highlights

  • Return airfares
  • Seven rounds of golf on superb courses (carts included)
  • Happy hours after each round of golf
  • Unique golf competition
  • Stay 13 nights at the luxury Reflections Coolangatta Beach resort
  • All transfers included
  • Tweed River Cruise
  • Plenty of time to visit the many cafes, restaurants, shops, attractions and beautiful beaches
  • Extra rounds of golf can be organised
  • Singles welcome
  • Non-golfers welcome

Golf Courses you play

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  • Day 1 (Sun 12th May) – Arrive at Brisbane Airport. Transfers from airport to Reflections Coolangatta Beach resort, your home for next 13 nights. Rest of the day to get settled in. Later in the day, we have a happy hour, so everyone can get to know each other.
  • Day 2 (Mon 13th May) – Golf Day at Murwillumbah Golf Club. You will be picked up from your resort and transferred to Murwillumbah. Murwillumbah Golf Club is a country golf course and easily one of the most beautiful courses you will play. Happy Hour once we get back to Reflections to debrief on the days play.
  • Day 3 (Tue 14th May) – Free Day to start exploring the beautiful Coolangatta and what it has to offer.
  • Day 4 (Wed 15th May) – Golf Day at Tweed Heads. You will be picked up from your resort and transferred to Tweed Heads Golf Club which is only 15 minutes from your accommodation. Happy Hour once we get back to Reflections to debrief on the days play and see who is leading the competition.
  • Day 5 (Thu 16th May) – River Cruise. Relax, unwind and see some beautiful blue water, mangrove islands and rainforest coming down to the Tweed riverbank edge, complimented by the best local fresh seafood and produce on board their boats. Cruise is 4 hours and BBQ lunch included.
  • Day 6 (Fri 17th May) – Golf Day at Byron Bay. You will be picked up from your Resort and transferred to Byron Bay Golf Club which is 1 hours’ drive. Byron Bay Golf Club is set out on 120 acres of coastal habitat, the course is beautifully landscaped with ocean views from several holes. Happy Hour once we are settled back at the Reflections Resort.
  • Day 7 (Sat 18th May) – Free Day. Walk to Point Danger Lookout and visit the Captain Cook Memorial. From this vantage point you can watch the surfers at Duranbah Beach, spot whales and dolphins, and enjoy the coastal vista. On a fine day there are views from Surfers Paradise to Byron Bay.
  • Day 8 (Sun 19th May) – Golf Day at Gainsborough Greens. You will be picked up from your Resort and transferred to Gainsborough Greens Golf Club which is home to dozens of eastern grey kangaroos. Happy Hour follows golf once everyone is settled back at the Reflections Resort, and a chance to check the leaderboard for the golf comp.
    Day 9 (Mon 20th May) – Free Day. Stroll along the Walk on Water Walking Track and visit the Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Or swim, or laze on the beautiful beaches of Coolangatta and Tweed Heads.
  • Day 10 (Tue 21st May) – Golf Day at Palm Meadows. Pick up from your accommodation and a day out playing the challenging Palm Meadows where the first hole is recognised as one of the world’s most challenging opening holes. Water runs the length of the hole on the left and the world-famous Bamboo Curtain forms a barrier to the right. Happy hour back at headquarters.
  • Day 11 (Wed 22nd May) – Free Day.
  • Day 12 (Thu 23rd May) – Golf Day at Palmer Gold Coast (Robina Woods). Pick up from your accommodation and a day out playing Robina Woods which consistently ranks in the top 30 resort courses in the country. Happy hour and check the leaderboard.
  • Day 13 (Fri 24th May) – Golf Day at Ocean Shores. Transfers to the final round of golf on tour at Ocean Shores Country Club with its lush fairways and pristine greens set against the background of bushland and sparkling lakes make it one of the most spectacular golf courses in Australia. Happy hour back at Reflections Resort and prize giving, with a final chance to mingle with new lifelong friends.
  • Day 14 (Sat 25th May) – time to go home I’m afraid, but I am sure you will be back next year. Transfers to Brisbane airport for your flight home.

Murwillumbah Golf ClubMurwillumbah Golf Club is a country golf course and easily one of the most beautiful courses you will play. Close to Mount Warning National Park, the mountain peak is ever-present as you traverse the spectacular layout of our course. The natural beauty of the course needs to be experienced to be believed, and no golfer should miss the opportunity to play here.

Tweed HeadsTweed Heads Golf Club has a proud history. From humble beginnings in 1926, it has grown to become one of Australia’s largest golfing complexes.

Ocean Shores Country ClubThe renowned Championship golf course is set in an area of natural flora with tidal lakes, rivers and mountain ranges as a backdrop. The course captures the picturesque beauty of northern New South Wales. The lush fairways and pristine greens set against the background of bushland and sparkling lakes make it one of the most spectacular golf courses in Australia.

Byron BaySituated near the most easterly point in Australia, and home to the famous Byron Bay lighthouse, the Byron Bay Golf Club is a challenging 18-hole championship course. Set out on 120 acres of coastal habitat, the course is beautifully landscaped with ocean views from several holes.

Gainsborough GreensYou’ll be captivated by Gainsborough Greens unique Australian charm. The course is surrounded by 230 hectares of unspoiled natural beauty and encompasses a fauna and flora sanctuary which is home to dozens of Eastern Grey Kangaroos. The course has been open since 1990, and having hosted the Queensland PGA in 1991, 1992 and 1993, is recognised among the elite courses in South-East Queensland. Despite its lofty status, Gainsborough is the type of course social players can enjoy.

Palm MeadowsThe challenging 250-hectare par 72 course designed by Graham Marsh measures 6,319 metres off the championship tees and boasts opening and closing holes rated among the greatest in Australian golf. The first hole is recognised as one of the world’s most challenging opening holes. Water runs the length of the hole on the left and the world-famous Bamboo Curtain forms a barrier to the right.

Palmer Gold Coast (Robina Woods)Carved out of 65 hectares of native woodlands, with fairways lined by towering gum trees, this unique layout is unlike any resort course on the Gold Coast. Consistently ranked in the top 30 resort courses in the country. The rolling fairways, manicured greens, and towering eucalyptus are strikingly beautiful and blend harmoniously with the surrounding residential development. A natural water-course featuring lakes, ponds, creeks and native wildlife completes a rare golf course environment.

Staying at Reflections Coolangatta Beach, a luxurious resort rising above Greenmount Beach. Reflections offers luxury apartments with large balconies and panoramic beach or ocean views. Each apartment is spacious and has been beautifully furnished. It is the perfect location for a relaxing beachside escape.

Guests enjoy the stylish facilities including a heated lap pool and spa, gymnasium, steam room, sauna, theatrette and Teppanyaki grill and free Wi-Fi is available.

Not only will you find the pristine Coolangatta beaches and the Tweed Coast at your door step, you will also find that Reflections includes a variety of al fresco dining options and a retail precinct located on the ground floor.

  • Heated resort pool
  • Spa
  • Sauna
  • Fitness Room
  • Steam Room
  • BBQ entertainment area
  • Teppenyaki grill
  • Lush Zen gardens
  • Theatrette
  • Executive lounge with pool table
  • Complimentary wireless internet access

Things to do

Point Danger Lookout – Walk to Point Danger Lookout and visit the Captain Cook Memorial. From this vantage point you can watch the surfers at Duranbah Beach, spot whales and dolphins, and enjoy the coastal vista. On a fine day there are views from Surfers Paradise to Byron Bay.

Coolangatta Beach – lovely clean beach with golden sand.

Snapper Rocks – Snapper Rocks is a small rocky outcrop on the northern side of Point Danger at the southern end of Rainbow Bay on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. It is a famous surf break and today the start of the large sand bank known to surfers as the Superbank.

Kirra Hill One of the Gold Coast’s most picturesque and scenic spots from which to enjoy a barbecue or picnic.

Greenmount Beach – This is a beautiful patrolled beach not as busy as some. Close to the shops, cafes surf club for something to eat. You can hire chairs and lockers from the kiosk and then go for a beautiful nature walk

Captain Cook Memorial and LighthouseCaptain Cook Memorial and Lighthouse offer beautiful vistas of the area’s shoreline. The monument stands on the demarcation line between Queensland and New South Wales – when you visit, you’ll have a rare opportunity to stand in two different time zones at once. The best views spread from the top of Point Danger Light–the lighthouse–so don’t forget to bring your camera. During the winter, you can spot whales passing by the coast.

Chris Cunningham Park- Lovely little park for a walk. Sea views, plenty of benches, lots of grass, a small beach.

Shopping

The Strand at Coolangatta is the heart of beachside dining, shopping and entertainment in a world-famous waterfront location on the Southern Gold Coast.

Tours and Sightseeing

Gold Coast, Canal Cruise and Burleigh Heads National Park Day Trip

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary https://currumbinsanctuary.com.au/
Voted one of the Gold Coast’s most popular tourist destinations, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is the crown jewel of the National Trust of Australia (Queensland) [NTAQ] properties. As one of Queensland’s earliest nature-based tourist destinations, the Sanctuary is a physical embodiment of everything the NTAQ represents: dedication to conserving our nation’s Indigenous, natural and historic heritage and culture. With Blinky Bill now present for daily shows, the amazing viewing experiences available at the Wildlife Hospital and hundreds of native Australian animals on display in natural bushland and rainforest settings, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is the ultimate holiday adventure for the entire family.

Day Trips

Tweed Endeavour River Cruises www.tweedecocruises.com
It’s time to escape, relax unwind and see some beautiful blue water, mangrove islands and rainforest coming down to the Tweed riverbank edge, complimented by the best local fresh seafood and produce on board their boats, here at Tweed Endeavour Cruises.

Morning Tea Cruise Tweed River Tour

Pot to Plate Adventure

Food, Wine and Nightlife

The strand www.strandcoolangatta.com.au
With award-winning restaurants, international cuisine, cool bars and casual eateries, The Strand brings a new world of dining options to Coolangatta. You’ll find the freshest Asian, Mexican, Italian and tapas-style restaurants alongside the country’s most sought-after dessert options including Gelato Messina and Max Brenner – all in one idyllic oceanfront setting.

Bondi Grille www.bondigrille.com.au
With more beef than you can poke a cattle prod at!

Bin 72
Serving up some of the best tapas in the southern end for yonks, locals are all over this treasure chest.

Francie’s
Quickly earning itself a cult following, we reckon Francie’s pizzeria is one of the best restaurants in Coolangatta if you find yourself wandering around with a hunger you need to crush.

Points of Interest & Landmarks

  • Saint Augustine’s Catholic Church
  • McLean St., Coolangatta
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