Save North Lakes Resort Golf Club from sale to developers

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Arguably one of Queensland’s best championship golf courses, it is without doubt one of the most beautiful places to play golf in Brisbane.

The challenging 18-hole course, a real credit to its creator – touring professional Graham Marsh – opened in 2002 and has received widespread acclaim over the past decade. The perennially popular golf course features a Marsh masterstroke…Australia’s first TifEagle greens, which ensure the most consistent putting surface.

Located just 35 minutes due north of the CBD, the course is open to everyone seven days a week. The stunning course and its contemporary Clubhouse will impress and delight you regardless of whether you’re a member, corporate guest or a casual visitor. Play soon and find out why the best Brisbane golf course keeps getting better and better.


Not only is North Lakes Resort Golf Club one of the most beautiful & best courses in the Brisbane region, it is the focal point of a thriving community that boasts a population of 21,000+ residents (as at the 2011 Census).

The course in beautifully manicured and provides luscious green space in an area where there are several smaller green spaces but nothing on the level of the North Lakes Resort Golf Club.


With all the development that has occurred since the course opened for operation 16 years ago, it is also home to dozens of native animal species, with the golf course providing the last opportunity for the species to live in a natural green habitat. Kangaroos, Koalas, Possums, Echidnas & many other species of animals rely on the Golf Course & it's beautiful bushes as their last chance of survival.

If the course was to be redeveloped these native animal species will surely end up dead, as they simply have no where else to go in the community.


Thousands of homes around all sides of the Golf course have been have been sold at inflated premium rates, as they have golf course views whether they back on to the course or face the course.

Lots of land that is still to be developed has also been sold at a premium do to golf course views. If the course is sold off and developed into a Retirement Village, land & home prices surrounding the golf course and in surrounding areas would plummet. 

Lets get a minimum of 10,000 signatures on the online petition & send a clear message to the Moreton Bay Regional Council, State Government & Federal Government that the sale of such a wonderful green space - home to so much wildlife & such a magnificent community hub - is simply not on. 

There are a multitude of viable options instead of selling off the land to developers that would see the golf course maintained. We just need to make our voices heard.