Disc golf courses

If you'd like to try a new outdoor activity that lets you enjoy Brisbane's beautiful climate and parks, give disc golf a go at one of Brisbane City Council's two disc golf courses.

Disc golf is just like traditional golf, but instead of using clubs, balls and tees, you use a plastic disc (like a frisbee) and targets. The aim is to reach the target baskets in as few throws as possible.

Disc golf can be enjoyed by all ages and abilities and is a low-cost sport, requiring only a single disc to get started. 

Parks with disc golf courses

Council has two disc golf courses.

This table includes information on disc golf courses in Brisbane.
Park AddressSuburbCourse information
Cadogan Street ParkCadogan StreetCarindale18-basket course
Freney Street Park/Kookaburra ParkFreney StreetRocklea12-basket course

A former course at Fehlberg Park at Yeronga has been decommissioned since the Rocklea course was created.

Download the course maps and rules of play:

How to play

All you need to get started is a disc.

Read the disc golf sign at the start of the course, which features instructions and a map showing where each of the baskets is located. You may wish to take a photo of the map with your mobile phone for reference while you play.

The aim is to throw your disc from the concrete tee paid into the target baskets in as few throws as possible.

Code of conduct on our disc golf courses

  1. Show respect for other park users and residents at all times.
  2. Never throw into a blind area, or if other players or pedestrians are in range.
  3. Always use a spotter to keep people safe.
  4. Care for the environment. Don't litter or damage the environment or equipment.
  5. Help other players by being encouraging and supportive.

More information

For more information on the official international rules of disc golf, visit the Professional Disc Golf Association website.

For more information on disc golf in Queensland, including course locations, events, clubs and where to buy discs, visit the Queensland Disc Golf website.

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