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Covid 19 Update

Important information regarding COVID-19

Bulimba Golf Club Announcement (COVID-19)

As the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting almost all elements of our daily life, the Committee would like to inform you that taking steps to ensure the health and welfare of our members, clients, staff and volunteers is of paramount importance to them.

Measures, procedures and protections to minimise the possibility of infection spreading throughout our community have been put in place.


Currently there are no known cases of COVID-19 at the Club however we advise our members and guests that if you are experiencing any flu-like symptoms to get tested ASAP.

For further information and to remain informed on health updates, please visit the Department of Health’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) health alert site.


  • Competitions will resume from Wednesday 20 May
  • Bookings are required for tee times Friday – Sunday
  • Playing in groups of four maximum will be strongly enforced
  • BYO alcohol on the golf course is strictly prohibited
  • Alcohol cannot be consumed on the golf course
  • Wear gloves if possible
  • Rakes have been removed from bunkers. Please repair the sand as best you can with your foot
  • Keep 1.5m apart at all times
  • Hand sanitiser is available at the golf window
  • “Pay Wave” is encouraging for contactless transactions



  • Our restaurant is open Friday – Sunday
  • Beverages can be ordered and given to the customer at the bar from Friday 3 July after 12pm
  • We are limited to 231 guests at any one time
  • You are permitted to consume alcohol without a meal or snacks
  • You must be seated at a table to consume alcohol
  • We are offering a reduced restaurant menu
  • Bookings are strongly encouraged
  • Hand sanitiser is available at the bar, golf window and outside the Clubhouse


  • Guests must sign in either at the bar or at a table with the QR code or sign in form
  • Cutlery will not be on tables, and will be brought out with your meal
  • Tables are wiped down with sanitiser and paper towels after every use
  • Frequently touched areas are disinfected regularly including:
    • Door handles
    • EFTPOS machine
    • Bathroom areas
    • Hire clubs and buggies



  • Sunday Sessions have recommenced with live music from 2.30pm – 5.30pm and the jumping castle for kids
  • Peter Cupples show for Saturday 28 March has been postponed
  • Our annual Pig Racing Day scheduled for Sunday 29 March has been postponed. We will keep you informed of the new date.
  • Bohemian Rhapsody Queen Tribute scheduled for Friday 1 May has been postponed


It is extremely important that if a member, guest or staff member tests positive to COVID-19, they are to inform the Club as soon as possible.

All staff have been reminded of standard hygiene practices including:

  • Cough and sneeze etiquette (covering your face, using a tissue and washing hands afterwards)
  • Washing hands regularly, particularly after clearing plates and glasses or handling cash
  • Staying home if they are feeling unwell

If a member, guest or staff member does test positive for COVID-19 and has been to the Club since having the virus, the following steps must be taken:

  • Inform the office immediately
  • Do not visit the Club under any circumstances
  • Provide a list of people they came into contact with at the Club
  • Follow advice given on Department of Health COVID-19 health alert site

We thank you for your support during this difficult time.

Kind regards,

Bulimba Golf Club Team & Committee

2018 10 news jejuHIS golf club is almost as big as him but four-year-old Jeju Fuentes is already taking on teenagers in Junior Golf Queensland competitions.

The young golfer has joined Bulimba Golf Club, played his first competition at Victoria Park early this month and in his second competition won his first tournament, beating children twice his age.

To read the full article, visit

Photo: AAP/Jono Searle

2018 01 top course

“Often my non-golfing friends pass up an offer to play on courses because of dress-code concerns, personal lack of skill, and investment of time and money,” he says.

“A club that smashes these barriers and offers unmatched value is a short, nine-hole public course called Bulimba Golf Club, tucked away in a quiet suburban pocket beside the Brisbane River.”

To read the full article, visit


2018 01 valdiVALDI Indriks, 4, is keen to follow in his big brother Archie’s footsteps.

Archie has made headlines in the South-East Advertiser for his feats at Bulimba Golf Course. At just 9, Archie has gone up against adult players to win club championships and already plays with a handicap of 20 on the big courses.

Valdi is among the young players taking up the sport for the first time at Bulimba Golf Club’s new First Swing program.

The club has called on the program to boost their junior ranks.

Run by Jay Simpson and other Australian PGA Professionals coaches, the program started at Bulimba in September with Thursday classes and has been growing every week.

First Swing delivers programs all over southeast Queensland, offering classes for ages 3-6 and 7-12.

“Anyone can play golf,” Mr Simpson said.

“It’s the perfect sport that encourages parents to be involved in a sport their kids love and be on the course to play or support.”

For more information, phone 07 3399 6524.