Bicentennial is the City of Kingston’s second course, the first being @BALD HILL. This new and exciting course offers 9 tees and 18 baskets.
The course also provides a practice basket, tee signage, and a Main Sign at the start of the course, with a Map and “How-to” guide.
The course itself is a fantastic challenge, meandering through trees for the first half before opening onto somewhat more open holes on the second half. It’s a great challenge to new and experienced players alike.
Bicentennial Park itself offers fantastic facilities. The park also includes toilets, a playground, a skatepark, netball/basketball courts, football ovals and baseball diamonds.
Discs are available for hire from the @Chelsea Library. You can sign out up to 8 discs and they can be returned to any kingston branch. Further information is available at the link here.
A course scorecard can be downloaded from the link here.
By Public Transport
Train: If you are coming on public transport, it is walking distance from Chelsea Train Station.
Bus: Use the 858 route Bus down Thames Promenade.
Ample parking is available between the playground and ovals.
Course: A practice basket is located near the amenities building.
Toilets: Public toilets are located in the amenities building.
Water: Yes, there is a water drinking fountain available at the amenities building.
What You Need To Know
Disc golf is an outdoor recreational activity played with similar rules to traditional golf. You can read about the basic rules and etiquette of disc golf HERE.
The ground is sometimes uneven and can get quite wet, so proper footwear and sporting attire is recommended.
Remember, NEVER throw if there is any chance you could hit someone else in the park or on the sporting fields. Other sporting facility users ALWAYS have the right of way. If there is a cricket or football game on the main oval adjust your approach to the basket/s so that you do not encroach on the field of play.
The course is maintained by the City Of Kingston and is well maintained. Please respect all park users and other sporting facilities that are close to the course and in some cases may define out of bounds.
If you have any feedback or suggestions regarding the Bicentennial Park course layout please contact Melbourne Disc Golf Club via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.