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Stop by the Ainslie Football and Social Club for meals, drinks, poker machines, entertainment and internet access.
Choose your meals from their alll-weather cook your own barbeque area, the fantastic carvery or pizza oven.
Challenge your friends and family at the pool tables.
Watch all the sporting action on huge screens and over 20 plasmas throughout the club.
Their internet kiosk has super-fast broadband connections.
Free live entertainment Saturday nights from 10.30pm.
Interstate visitors can sign in as guests.
Relax on one of three top quality greens or in comfortable clubhouse surroundings.
If you want a casual bowl, you’ll need to call 6247 7838 and make a booking.
If you want some competition, call the other number to book into one of the matches listed below:
Monday; open sectional pairs at 12.30pm
Wednesday; ladies day at 10.30am
Thursday; men's pairs and triples at 12.30pm
Friday; mens, ladies and mixed pairs at 10am
Saturday; open pairs and triples at 12.30pm.
Have a drink or play the poker machines after your match.
Bistro open at selected times.
Come down to Canberra City Bowling Club to meet Andrew and the staff at Blake's.
Open for lunch and dinner from Wednesday to Saturday.
Tucked away in a quiet location just minutes from the city centre, the Canberra City Bowling Club has great facilities.
Get some coaching if you're new to bowls or want to brush up your skills.
Come in between 5.30 and 6.30pm on weekdays and enjoy happy hour with 15% off bar prices.
Try your hand at Karaoke on Fridays from 8pm.
Interstate visitors don't need to be members; just need to sign in at the bar.
Play on this flourishing 18 hole course in Narrabundah.
Hire a cart for a more leisurely approach to the game.
Capital Golf Club has excellent grass greens and fairways.
Take advantage of their Pro shop, hire equipment, golf equipment, motorised carts, club house, catering and corporate golf.
Players are welcome seven days a week.
Bookings are essential on weekends and public holidays.
The 27 hole layout at the private Royal Canberra Golf Club is one of the best in the country; rated 12th in Australia by Australian Golf Digest.
Pines, birch, cedar and Australian natives give a truly sensory experience.
The local mob of kangaroos and fantastic views of Lake Burley Griffin add to the occasion.
The Royal Canberra Golf Club is a private members' club.
Access for play is restricted almost exclusively to members and members of reciprocal clubs and their guests.
Consideration can be given to requests from interstate or overseas visitors.
Check their website for details.
This 18 hole international standard championship course was designed by renowned golfer and course architect Bruce Devlin.
Gold Creek Country Club’s par 72 layout exposes generous fairways and hidden challenges including water hazards and subtle greens.
There are also three practice holes.
Carved amongst a growing residential development the course offers sanctuary from the outside world.
Gold Creek Country Club also offers a health club with swimming pool, spa facilities, fully equiped gymnasium and tennis courts and function facilities.
Keep your game up at the Fairbairn Golf Club while you're on holidays.
See how your fare on their 18 hole, par 71 course.
Bookings are preferable.
Dress rules apply on the course and within the clubhouse.
Clothes must be neat and tidy.
Quality jeans are acceptable.
Track suit style pants, beach and football shorts, thongs, sandals, boots, and collarless t-shirts aren't accepted at the Club.
The Clubhouse is open most days of the year, generally from 10am to 5pm.
Take a drive up to the Red Hill Lookout to get a spectacular view of the city and discover the world class Federal Golf Club set amongst the natural surrounds of the Canberra Nature Park.
Nestled at the base of Red Hill, Federal Golf Club is one of Australia's premier inland courses.
The golf course challenges players of all skill levels with its 6,312 par 73 layout, while the clubhouse offers solace or reward after the game.
Function facilities are available for up to 200 guests, overlooking the 18th green and views to the Brindabellas.
Nestled against the stunning backdrop of the Brindabella Ranges the par 72 Murrumbidgee Country Club is a long course that allows players to open their shoulders in the great outdoors.
Expansive views and the natural surrounds make it hard to believe that you are only 15 minutes from the city.
Murrumbidgee is a public access course which challenges all levels of golfers.
There are full locker room facilities, a licensed bar, poker machines and a lounge area.
Their resident professional offers lessons for all golfing levels and age groups.
Corporate golf days a speciality.
This popular and interesting layout provides something special for all players.
The par 72, 6242 metre course boasts finely framed fairways, generous greens, subtle bunkering and a several water challenges for golfers wanting to put their game to the test.
Visitors are welcome seven days, clubs and buggies available for hire.
Dress rules apply.
Only minutes from the city, Yowani Country Club is also home to 24 self contained units, first class bowling greens and a restaurant.
You are always welcome at Magpies Belconnen Golf Club.
Play this well-groomed 18 hole public course during your stay in Canberra.
Clubs and buggies are available for hire.
The tree-lined par 72 course is one of the most challenging public courses in the ACT Monaro District, whatever your golfing ability.
For all social play please contact the Pro Shop in advance for a tee time.
Jonathan Hickman, the resident professional conducts individual or group golf lessons on a regular basis.
The fully licensed clubhouse has some of the best views of the Brindabella ranges.
This nine hole course sits within the picturesque grounds of the Royal Military College of Australia at Duntroon.
Membership is open to the general public.
The course challenges and caters to players of all skill levels.
All players are made welcome in a friendly and congenial environment.
Bookings are essential.
Course availability for the public varies.
Contact the club for available times.
Hire your clubs and/or a buggy on the course.
Head to the Tradies in Dickson for a great value experience.
Enjoy drinks and food at excellent prices.
Their giant schitnzels are legendary!
Play the pokies, or check out the latest sports on the big screen televisions.
The beer garden is great year round.
Hear live bands every Friday and Saturday night.
The Olympic outdoor pool is ideal for keeping cool in the hot summer months.
It's covered and heated in winter so you can swim whatever the season.
A minimum of two swimming lanes are open to the general public at all times.
Toddler and dive pools are open during Summer.
Their Health Club is great for all levels of fitness and abilities.
Make use of pin-loaded strength equipment, free weights and Olympic bars.
The Cardio Theatre is decked out with all the machines you'll need to get hot and sweaty: treadmills, bikes, cross trainers, steppers, rowers and more!
North of the city centre, Gungahlin Lakes is one of Canberra’s newest courses and presents a challenge to golfers of all levels with lakes, ponds and water carriers on most holes.
The golf course offers corporate golf facilities, spike bar and pro shop.
Course facilities include a bar and lounge, function area, restaurant and pokie lounge.
Gungahlin Lakes offers great hospitality facilities including the renowned Lakes Restaurant which offers fantastic value and variety.