Toukley Golf Club

Frequently described as the friendliest club on the Central Coast of NSW, Toukley Golf Club is located approximately half-way between Sydney and Newcastle, on bushland that juts out into the scenic Budgewoi Lake. The area is one of only seven breeding sites in the region of the magnificent eagle - hence the club's logo - and, in addition, is home to an abundance of other native bird species.

The 6156-metre, 18-hole championship course is unique in that it is comprised of two distinct layouts - the front nine holes being flanked on both sides of the fairways by trees, while the back nine are open to the wind, almost links-style.