Kareela Golf Club started in the late 1960's as Salisbury Golf Club. It was originally a nine hole course that officially opened in September of 1970 by Councillor A.T. Gietzett. The second nine holes were opened on July 4th 1971 by the then Minister for Lands the Honourable T.L. Lewis. A membership to that initial club was $30 joining fee and $15 annually. A significant feature of that course was that not a single tree was removed in it’s design.
Charitable organisations we have supported in recent years have differed slightly as we have undertaken several major projects for particular charities.
The Club is headed by our President, eight Directors and the Secretary Manager. Together this management team are committed to the members and guests of the Club and the facilities that are offered.
We are committed to providing the highest possible level of service in order to make your time at Kareela truly memorable.
The beautiful natural setting of our course provides your guests with a challenging yet picturesque journey through the 18-hole championship course rated by NSW Golf Assoc. as a Group 3 course.
We are located 30 minutes south of Sydney in the Sutherland Shire, on the corner of the Princes Hwy and Bates Drive, Kareela.