With the stunning Warby Range towering over the western side of the course, many of the holes at Jubilee Golf Club feature spectacular views across the Ovens Valley and on to Mount Hotham and the Australian Alps.
It is not unusual for first time visitors to be ‘blown away’ with the course, often referring to it as a ‘hidden gem’ in North East Victoria. For all visitors, the course holds special significance as it is in the heart of ‘Kelly Country’ where bush ranger Ned Kelly and his gang often fled for sanctuary from the pursuing mounted troupers. Not far from the Golf course lies the town of Glenrowan where Ned met his demise, finally captured after the historic shoot out
With generous practice fairway, nets and putting green, the Club, also features a well – equipped and staffed pro shop. Jubilee Golf Club was established in 1935 and moved to its current location in 1962 when it relocated to 149 acres in the Warby Ovens National Park some seven kilometres from Wangaratta in North East Victoria.
Jubilee Golf Club Wangaratta is a challenging 18-hole championship course that’s playable all year round thanks to a fully automated watering system.