You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more entertaining activity the entire family can enjoy.
Miniature Golf is on the to-do list of almost every kid (big and small) these school holidays, and so it should be.
To make all of your dreams a reality, we’ve put together a list of the latest and greatest Putt Putt courses across Brisbane.
On the Westside, you can’t go past St Lucia Golf Links.
It’s only a year old and has four different difficultly levels per hole, so anyone of any age can have fun.
It features boulders, bridges, ricochet walls and a fully licenced pavilion for the adults to enjoy a beverage and watch the children play.
If you’re looking for somewhere on the Southside Mount Gravatt Mini Golf and Footgolf is a winner.
It features a clean, well kept Putt Putt course and even Footgolf for the more energetic.
For those who don’t know, Footgolf is played just like normal Golf, but you use a soccer ball instead of a golf ball and your foot instead of a club.
V-Golf at Boondall opened their new Putt Putt course not long ago for those wanting to play on the Northside.
The 18 hole course features rocks, pine posts and railway sleepers.
If you’re looking for something in the East, Golf Central BNE has an awesome 18-hole Mini Golf course just minutes from the Airport.
It operates every day from 7am until 10pm.
And last but certainly not least, Victoria Park.
It’s probably Brisbane’s most popular Mini Golf venue and has been a family favourite for years.
Better yet, at this time of year, the course transforms into a Christmas wonderland with candy canes, presents, Santa and gingerbread people as obstacles.
Located just near the RBWH, it’s super central and always a good time.
So what are you waiting for? Go get your Putt Putt on!