75 Clubhouse Lane, Sandhurst VIC 3977, Australia

Athletic Facilities, Athletic Field, Athletic Fields, Basketball Club, Golf, Golf Club, Gym, Health Club, Sports Club, Sports Clubs, Tennis Club, Tennis Instructor, Volleyball Club, Weddings, Wedding Venue, Wedding Planner, Country Club, Golf Driving Range, Golf Resort, Golf Shop, Private Golf Course, Public Golf Course

(03) 8787 7011


Open Hours

Monday 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Tuesday 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Wednesday 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Thursday 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday 6:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Saturday 6:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sunday 6:00 AM – 7:00 PM

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Sandhurst Club

About the business

Golf, Events & Weddings, Sports & Residential in Melbourne

Sandhurst Club is home to 2 great golf courses and is one of Melbourne's most desired events and wedding venues. Visitors are very welcome at Sandhurst.

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Joanne Morgan
We had a drink yesterday and ordered some chips. As i was walking out from the toilet one of the staff members was walking back in huffing and puffing. I got back to our table and asked if she had words with anyone but my husband said no.. he had just asked her to get us ketchup. When she asked her she pulled a face and walked off. Its not the first time a staff member has been very rude which is a shame because the clubhouse is a nice place to go for a drink but rude staff is definitely a turn off. Pity.
Michael Pettett
Great looking golf club, although I don’t play golf. There is a gym and event facilities. If you live in the area well worth a look but not worth a drive out.
Suzanne Butler
The Champions and North courses at Sandhurst Club are two well-rated and always popular layouts. In ranking terms the Champions course usually gets the edge over the North. Plenty of golfing challenge, a well-crafted design and usually good upkeep all contribute to the appeal of Sandhurst Club's courses. A venue to include on your play list if you are in the area.
Gabriele Frenkel
Nice setting and the band was good, but the entrance to the main carpark is poorly lit and there is no directional signage. Not a great welcome for unfamiliar visitors. Pity also that we were made to dance on a small carpeted space squished between the stage and the tables, which were set up over the large parquetry dance floor. It felt rather claustraphobic and dancing on carpet is hard work.
Casey Hawkins
Beautiful spot for a wine or coffee. However, I wouldn’t recommend eating here. The food is cafe quality with restaurant prices.

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