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World's Longest Golf Course Open for Play
Nullarbor Links Golf Course is open and ready for play, but only for those with the time. Officially opening in October and playable in July, the longest course in the world is an 18-hole, par-72 golf course spanning 1,365 kilometers.
The layout has one hole in each participating town or roadhouse along the Eyre Highway, from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia to Ceduna in South Australia. Each hole contains a green and a tee and somewhat rugged outback-style natural terrain fairway.
The course crosses dramatic Australian landscape that spans rugged coastlines to the red dirt of the Nullarbor Plain, where kangaroos, bush turkeys and emus roam free to provide a quintessential Australian experience.
Nullarbor Golf tours will be running eight tours daily from Adelaide to Kalgoorlie. The cost is $2,635 (Australian) per person (approximately £1,300) based on double occupancy of the rooms. The tours include accommodations, transfers between holes and meals. Golf clubs will also be made available for use.
For more details, visit www.nullarborlinks.com.
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