Welcome to picturesque and friendly Kingston Beach Golf Club, an easy 15 minute drive south of the Hobart CBD.

  • Tasmania’s southernmost 18 hole championship golf course
  • Lovely park-like setting with beach and river views, and home for many species of native wildlife and trees
  • Home to the unique inclinator – a small motorised carriage to haul your group and clubs up the hill to the 18th!
  • Practice facilities include driving range with range balls available
  • Approximately 650 members at every age and stage of golf

Whether you’re a serious or social golfer looking for a club to call home, or just looking for a casual game, you’ll enjoy what KGBC has to offer. Call us now to book your next tee time!

Kingston Beach Golf Club is affiliated with Golf Australia (AGU) & Golf Tasmania.

The Club was officially opened in 1922, having developed into an 18 hole links course from earlier beginnings.

The first recorded game of golf was organised here by the Nettlefold family in 1920. Robert Nettlefold used the family property as an improvised course and indeed established the Kingston Beach Golf Course.

The beautiful red brick Clubhouse building was built in 1834, originally a farm house, and now listed on the National Trust heritage register.

The course, known as Nettlefold Reserve, was proclaimed a bird sanctuary in 1942 and as many as 80 species of birds inhabit the area. Originally links in style, over the years many trees have been planted to tighten up the course.

An ongoing program of works has greatly improved both course aesthetics and playability. Our proximity to Browns River has historically created drainage issues, however work in recent years has addressed this – the course being playable through the entire winter of 2014.

Since its inauguration, Kingston Beach has produced many fine players with members of the Nettlefold and Toogood families in particular achieving international recognition.