Caddyshack, a quirky miniature village in Queenstown is fun for the whole family and won’t break the bank.
It was Krystal’s first time ever playing mini golf and given the competitive nature of our girls I wasn’t sure how it was going to go and by hole 2 I was starting to think I had made a terrible mistake.
I took a deep breath though and decided what we needed was a bit of practice. It wasn’t busy so we spent 10 minutes practicing our stance and our putting which turned out to be just what we needed and the game improved immeasurably from there.
It took us 2 hours to get around this little miniature mini gold world and the girls absolutely adored it!
It was really engaging for kid and well priced at under $60 for the 4 of us (James sat this one out and made us an amazing dinner back at the campground instead). It is definitely something you can do with just one parent so it is a great one if one of you are looking for a bit of time out.
There are no under 5’s allowed on the course (they have to be in buggies) so that is definitely something to think of if you have a pre-schooler.
They don’t have a website but you will find them just next to the gondola or you can call them on 03 442 6642
How we rate them…
Sophia (6 years old) rates it 10/10
Krystal (8 years old) rates it 10/10
Bella (9 years old) rates it 10/10
Cat rates it 9/10
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