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Covid-19 Information

For full details of restrictions, refer to the SA government covid-19 website. If you require additional information or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Golf Australia Clubs & Facilities Support team on the details below: Ashleigh Stratford, Clubs & Facilities Support Manager – SA, 0419 847 848 or ashleigh.stratford@golf.org.au

News & Events

Events

Irish Day May 2024

Berri Golf Club presents Irish Day Well there’s nothing more to say other than – Get Yourself organised and register for our annual “IRISH DAY”

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General

Life Membership

President Wayne Theile proudly presented Gordon Johnson with Life Membership to the Berri Golf Club last Saturday in front of a very appreciative crowd.   

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General

Life Members

Many past members have influenced our proud history and assisted to create the magnificent course and facilities we have access to today.  Our Life members

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Berri Golf Course Information

The Berri Golf Club offers a challenging 18 Hole Golf Course centrally located in South Australia’s Riverland. Positioned within the township, the Berri Golf Club is open 7 days a week for social golf and provides players with a spectacular fully irrigated course. The Big River Tavern provides full bar service and bistro dining while the on-course accommodation makes staying and playing easy and a fleet of 15 golf carts are available for hire.

Wine & Dine

The Big River Golf and Country Club is an award-winning entertainment venue overlooking the 18th green.  It boasts an extensive menu, full bar service and gaming facilities and is open 7 days a week for your convenience.

Stay & Play

Stay on course in the modern accommodation and have your golf, dining and entertainment at your fingertips. Attractive golf packages are available to combine your golf and accommodation requirements making your stay even easier.

Our Region

Berri is located in the heart of South Australia’s Riverland approximately 2.5 hours from Adelaide.  The mighty Murray River meanders its way through the town giving a lifeline for the horticultural industry.