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The Moonta Golf Club is an 18 hole, 5,401 metre Par 70 course with an Australian Course Rating of 68.
Visitors are welcome.
The course is closed on Tuesdays and Saturdays for competition from 1 April to 30 September.
Moonta is a pretty coastal town that is steeped in history.
Just 165 kilometres from Adelaide, it's popular with holidaymakers, especially families.
Nearby, you'll find Moonta Bay - a delightful holiday spot with excellent accommodation and facilities.
The course is closed mid October until late March until further notice.
The Wallaroo Golf Club is an 18-hole course with greened and watered fairways attracting approximately 100 golfers each week, depending on the weather, from Wallaroo, Kadina, Moonta, Port Broughton, Ardrossan and Bute, as well as visiting golfers.
The Club has reached a milestone in its history and is proud of what has been achieved by past generations and current members of the Wallaroo Golf Club over the last 100 years.
Mid 2011 will see the opening of a new Clubhouse, which will provide facilities for golf, bowling and croquet players, conferences and catering, “A Jewel in the Crown” for the Yorke Peninsula.
Kadina Golf course is a par 72, 5851 metres and has an Australian course rating 69.
Ladies golf day is on Tuesdays and the men's golf day is on Wednesday and Saturdays.
Kadina Golf Club opened in 1904.
In 1979 the old clubhouse was replaced with a large and modern building, which has had extensive renovations since.
The course is opened from March to October.
Wallaroo Scuba Club is for recreational dives and was started by Mark Tozer in March 2010.
The club consists of scuba diving enthusiasts who get together in the name of fun and diving.
Purely a social crowd, the Wallaroo Scuba Club explore the local waters together and are trying to do their part to keep Wallaroo's reefs and other recreational dive spots preserved for future generations.
Dives are generally held each Saturday (subject to weather) and are followed by a barbecue.
Visitors are welcome to join in on the dives although should bring their own equipment.
For further details please refer to the club website.
The Wallaroo Scuba Club divers are from all walks of life and levels of experience, from beginners to advanced, the only requirements are a sense of adventure, a passion for the water and a healthy respect for the environment.