Things to do in Terrey Hills

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  • mrdom
    7,706 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Not much info about this place, it's not even on the maps but the previous review and a random blog I found are the best guides. On Aumuna Rd just past Larool is some signage and a fire trail. A wide hot fire trail with lots of noise from Mona Vale Rd so I didn't like that part of the reserve. I missed the first turnoff but there is in fact a small "Falls" sign there I noticed later, then I took the second turnoff where there is a random sign thanking some bushcare people. There are a few ad hoc signs at first, then the track gets indistinct, splits occasionally, requires descending rocks at places, and doesn't get many people judging by the spider webs I walked through, but I just followed the best tracks generally downhill along the line of a gully, until the waterfall noise could eventually be heard over the traffic. Then you get to the pleasant rocky creek and the nice falls cascading down a number of terraces.
    Written 21 November 2023
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  • Mairwen1
    United Kingdom10,788 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was fun, easy and casual. It is an 18 hole course BUT they are all par 3s so they are very short holes. It is perfect for beginners, especially those who are making the jump from lessons into starting playing.
    It would also suit those who want a fun few hours with kids. I wish I’d known about this place a few years ago, as it would have been a perfect kid’s birthday party venue (there’s a BBQ area available as well).
    It is not for the serious golfer of course but it would still suit those who find driving ranges boring and prefer to have a walk while practising or the time-poor who want a quick hit. It’s also a great place to play with a friend who’s just taking up golf.
    18 holes cost $22 per adult. There was no cheaper option to do 9 holes which was all we wanted to do but I can understand this because 18 holes on this course take about the same time as 9 holes on a full course. Also, they offer loyalty cards and if you go with the same friend, you can share the one card to get the free game more quickly.
    You need to take very little with you, just a pitching wedge, putter, sand wedge (I also took a 7 iron but it’s not essential). If you haven’t progressed to the buying-clubs stage yet, you can hire single clubs which is very handy (I think they were $5 a club but check on that).
    There is no need to book, there was plenty of parking and you can play in the evenings as well under lights until 8pm. It is a very casual atmosphere and the staff try to make you feel welcome. Most importantly, if you are new to golf, you don't need to feel intimidated by the rules and regulations of golf etiquette and there is no formal golf dress code.
    One tip - you wouldn't think you could lose balls on a par 3 course but the very soft grass meant that the ball sometimes sank right into it and disappeared completely so don't rely on taking just 1 ball.
    Written 11 April 2018
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  • gail1461
    Sydney, Australia213 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We go often. Busy hotel with large undercover outdoor seating all recently
    renovated as well as inside with small kids play area. Good atmosphere. Value for money. Regular type menu plus Mexican and pizza. Plenty of parking. Can book tables for groups.
    Written 15 October 2019
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  • Philip D
    2 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    I always enjoy a trip to Kimbriki buyback centre as an alternative to Bunnings and Gumtree for finding odds and sods for projects. Old timber,plastic pots,wheelbarrows,garden tools etc can be bought very cheaply.
    Written 30 March 2019
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