Bass Coast,
19
June
2015
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02:35
Australia/Melbourne

Frisbee Golf Flying Around Bass Coast

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As the growing need for additional fun, recreational spaces and facilities continues to grow across Bass Coast, three local communities are now home to the exciting game of Frisbee Golf.

Extending on from the recently installed nine-hole, permanent Frisbee Golf Course at Blue Gum Reserve in Cowes; Harold Hughes Reserve in Corinella, Coronet Bay Recreation Reserve and Grantville Recreation Reserve will now share a three hole version of the sport.

The equipment will be rotated between the reserves, similar to the mobile skate park.

Currently at Grantville Recreation Reserve until Friday, 24 July, the equipment will head next to Corinella and then to Coronet Bay, before returning back to Grantville.

Residents are encouraged to use their own Frisbees and to research the game to better understand the exciting format.

Bass Coast Mayor, Cr Kimberley Brown, believes providing free activities in an open space encourages more community members to become active.

“The mobile skate park has been a real positive for communities who are without a permanent facility,” Cr Brown said.

“By introducing other recreational activities like Frisbee Golf, we hope more of the community enjoy the great recreational facilities within Bass Coast and perhaps visit neighbouring towns to experience alternate courses.”

In addition to Corinella, Coronet Bay and Grantville, the mobile skate park also visits Newhaven Park as part of the equipment’s rotation.

In a major boost to the Harold Hughes Reserve in Corinella, Council is also pleased to announce that the re-development of the skate pad and basketball system will be completed in time for the next visit from the portable equipment.