North Adelaide Golf Course Master Plan

Consultation has concluded.

Give us your feedback about your usage of Pirltawardli/Park 1 and the North Adelaide Golf Course!


Project Information

We are developing a master plan to guide the future design and sustainability of the North Adelaide Golf Course.

The City of Adelaide has engaged a consultant team comprising of GHDWoodhead, Evans + Ayers Management Consultants, and Graham Marsh Golf Design to develop the master plan. In planning to revitalise the North Adelaide Golf Course, there are a number of factors to be taken into account by the consultants. Such considerations include:

  • The need to observe safe distances between fairways and roadways,
  • Achieving moderate walking distances between holes,
  • Preservation of existing tree corridors,
  • Working with the natural topography of the land,
  • Accommodating lengthy fairways within the confined shape of the northern section of Pirltawardli/Park 1.

These factors and more will determine the possible layout options and eventual golf course configuration.

Some early concept designs have been developed by the Consultants in light of the above considerations. We are now seeking feedback to help inform the master plan. We would like to hear from you about your usage of Pirltawardli/Park 1 and the features and facilities that you would like to see.

This current phase of consultation will be open for a 3-week period, and aims to capture feedback from the broader stakeholders of the Golf Course including golf players, residents, business owners, community groups, city users and potential users of Pirltawardli/Park 1 facilities.

The consultation phase on the Draft Master Plan is expected to open following Council endorsement.


Read the Consultation PackView the Pirltawardli/Park 1 MapBrowse the Frequently Asked QuestionsContact Staff for further enquiries


Give us your feedback about your usage of Pirltawardli/Park 1 and the North Adelaide Golf Course!


Project Information

We are developing a master plan to guide the future design and sustainability of the North Adelaide Golf Course.

The City of Adelaide has engaged a consultant team comprising of GHDWoodhead, Evans + Ayers Management Consultants, and Graham Marsh Golf Design to develop the master plan. In planning to revitalise the North Adelaide Golf Course, there are a number of factors to be taken into account by the consultants. Such considerations include:

  • The need to observe safe distances between fairways and roadways,
  • Achieving moderate walking distances between holes,
  • Preservation of existing tree corridors,
  • Working with the natural topography of the land,
  • Accommodating lengthy fairways within the confined shape of the northern section of Pirltawardli/Park 1.

These factors and more will determine the possible layout options and eventual golf course configuration.

Some early concept designs have been developed by the Consultants in light of the above considerations. We are now seeking feedback to help inform the master plan. We would like to hear from you about your usage of Pirltawardli/Park 1 and the features and facilities that you would like to see.

This current phase of consultation will be open for a 3-week period, and aims to capture feedback from the broader stakeholders of the Golf Course including golf players, residents, business owners, community groups, city users and potential users of Pirltawardli/Park 1 facilities.

The consultation phase on the Draft Master Plan is expected to open following Council endorsement.


Read the Consultation PackView the Pirltawardli/Park 1 MapBrowse the Frequently Asked QuestionsContact Staff for further enquiries


Feedback Form

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Feedback Form (North Adelaide Golf Course Master Plan)

    Feedback form closes at 5pm, Monday 01 May, 2017.

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    Feedback form closes at 5pm, Monday 01 May, 2017.

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