Mini golf often conjures up thoughts of family vacations, bickering siblings, and plenty of Dad jokes throughout the day. Yes, mini golf gets a bit of a bad rap as being the lame activity you used to do almost exclusively with your family. However, if you do it right it can be the fun activity that carries on into your adult life.
This weekend my friend Sarah and I made our way to the Barossa Bowland and Mini golf for a bit of fun. I’ll admit we have a knack for making even the dullest event entertaining. Give us a camera and some cool props and we are in our element! But this doesn’t mean you should only bring lifelong friends along to enjoy this activity. This is a great venue that includes a bowling centre, cafe and mini-golf course ensuring there is something for everyone. On this occasion, we found the mini-golf was more than enough to keep us entertained for the day.
This is my favourite course because its 18 holes are surrounded by great quality life-sized dinosaur sculptures – always a winner for me! The course is well spread out allowing you to feel as though you’re on your own and have time to take those goofy photos with the sculptures (you know you want to!) The course difficulty is easy enough for children but hard enough that it keeps it competitive for us big kids.
I will definitely visit again. It’s a fun activity to get you creating splendid memories with whoever you go with, regardless of how you choose to enjoy the day.