Bald Hill Park, Clarinda

Entry via North-East end of Inverness Street
Clarinda, Victoria

Bald Hill Disc Golf is a 9 basket, 18 tee course located just south of Melbourne city in Clarinda. It is a fantastic facility complete with full course signage, concrete tee pads and RAD baskets. It even has a practice basket area with a dedicated ‘how to play’ sign for those new to the sport.

Don’t have discs? No problem at all! You can borrow disc golf discs from the nearby Clarinda Library! More information on that can be found here

This is still a work in progress – keep an eye out on this page for further updates!

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Ruffey Lake Park Main Course Sign

Church Road Carpark
Doncaster, Victoria

Melbourne Disc Golf’s home turf, Ruffey Lake Park, is an amazingly large area of public parkland in the heart of a dense Melbourne suburb.

The course has recently undergone a significant upgrade thanks to Manningham City Council, and now boasts a 9 teepad / 18 basket design suitable and challenging for players of all skill levels!

You can check out discs out at the Doncaster branch of the Whitehorse Manningham Regional Library Corporation just like a book. How cool is that! You can view frisbee availability via their online library catalogue. Simply take along a piece of photo identification with a current address, and they will sign you up for a library account (regardless of which municipality you live in) and you can then loan your discs – any resident of Victoria may obtain library membership.

Doncaster Library (map): MC Square 687 Doncaster Road, Doncaster, (phone:) 9877 8500 (email:)

You can find more information on Ruffey Lake Disc Golf course here 


Stony Creek

310 Hyde St, Yarraville, 3013

From humble beginnings as a temporary, homemade basket in the middle of a park, Stony Creek Disc Golf course has grown into a challenging and fun 9 Hole permanent course, with the support of Maribyrnong City Council

Stony Creek provides a challenge for even the most seasoned player, whilst also providing stunning views of the Westgate Bridge, and container ships coming through the port to dock.

Accessible by car, bike, short walk from Footscray Station, or even Ferry across Port Phillip bay from the city – you will want to play Stony CReek over an over again.

Find out more here