The Boomerang Farm is in Mudgeeraba near the Gold Coast. The name comes from it originating as a dairy farm, and later becoming a tourist attraction for throwing boomerangs. In the 1990s it was developed into a golf course.
The golf course consists of 9 holes with 18 tees, ranging from par 3 to par 5 holes, spread over nearly 20 hectares of Boomerang Farm. If you don’t have your own golfing gear, that is OK. You can hire clubs, hand cart, or a golf buggy if you don’t want to walk the course.
The brown sign is ‘Boomerang Farm Golf Course’, but it is more than just a golf course. It is an events and wedding venue, and a mountain bike park.
The website has no information about the mountain bike park, other than it is coming soon. The Outlook Riders Alliance has a lot of information about the mountain bike park. Outlook Riders Alliance is a not for profit club that are at Boomerang Farm most weekends, and offer a shuttle service for a fee.
The bike park itself is open 7 days a week, and you can operate your own shuttle if you have a 4wd.
* This location has been registered, meaning it hasn’t been reviewed by Brown Signs. The information is from http://boomerangfarm.com.au, and the Outlook Riders Alliance Facebook group page. The feature photo is from Boomerang Farm’s Facebook page.
To get there:
From the M1 motorway, take the exit to Mudgeeraba (exit 79), and follow the sign to Mudgeeraba along Mudgeeraba Rd. At the roundabout turn left onto Railway St following the brown sign towards Springbrook. Follow for 900m and turn right onto The Link Way. After 400m, veer left at the roundabout onto Gold Coast Springbrook Rd. Continue 5.4km along Gold Coast Springbrook Rd, and Boomerang Farm Golf Course is on the right, with a brown sign shortly before it.
Cost: 9 holes $20.00, 18 holes $35.00, Membership $635.00
Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-4pm
Wheelchair accessible: No