Blue Gum Reserve is a well-known spot where people come and play frisbee-golf. Located on Philip Island, the reserve lies south-east of the Cowes township. It is accessible via Dunsmore road which lies behind the Blue Gum industrial park.
The reserve’s distinct reputation is ascribed to the frisbee golf course which is located within it. The course lies on an expansive 6.6 hectares of land occupied by an indigenous species of Blue Gum trees.
Blue Gum Reserve Frisbee Golf Course Cowes, Phillip Island
Normally, to play frisbee golf, a player is required to fill a 9 frisbee pole holes with discs. The person with the least cumulative number of throws wins the game. The game is very easy to learn as well as being a fun game for all ages.
Frisbees are available to be borrowed and these are slightly weighted and designed for beginners. This offers more control and distance for those new to the game.