Celebri­ties love play­ing golf too

Noosa Life and Style - - THINGS TO DO -

THOUGH it’s a golf course of un­doubted class and qual­ity, there’s noth­ing pompous about Noosa Springs. While it’s a world-class venue that has hosted celebri­ties like Prince Harry, Alice Cooper, sport­ing leg­ends like Greg Chap­pell, Al­lan Border, Sir Richard Hadlee, Sir Bob Charles and the lo­cal Michael O’Con­nor, it is also wel­com­ing to vis­i­tors ev­ery day.

Sit­u­ated only a few min­utes’ drive from Noosa Heads and its fa­mous beaches, Noosa Springs has be­come a pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tion for golf­ing hol­i­days. One rea­son is that ev­ery­thing is close at hand – golf, din­ing and ac­com­mo­da­tion.

If your part­ner isn’t a golfer, there are plenty of other at­trac­tions at Noosa Springs – ten­nis, a su­perb restaurant, fit­ness cen­tre and a world-class spa, with fa­cil­i­ties and treat­ments to re­lax the senses and nur­ture the body, mind and spirit.

Or why not join in one of the many spe­cial events in­clud­ing the Wine Down Skins Series and a Ladies Golf Series or the very pop­u­lar A, B and C-grade cham­pi­onships held through­out the year. There is also a range of stay-and-play pack­ages that of­fer re­mark­able value and dur­ing school hol­i­days chil­dren play free.

FA­MOUS FACE: Alice Cooper was spot­ted at Noosa Springs Golf Course.

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