Manor Park Golf Club – Wellington

Manor Park comprises a long, narrow and demanding par 71 course. Set alongside a river among lush native bush and wetlands, Manor Park prioritises sustainability, conservation and habitat for local bird life, holding an internationally recognised environmental certification.

The Club is somewhat unique in that it holds an internationally recognised environmental certification from Audubon International, based in New York and is part of its’ Co-operative Sanctuary Programme for Golf Courses. The Club fosters habitat and cares for a wide variety of native birds residing on the golf course and its immediate environs.

Manor Park Golf Sanctuary is widely regarded by the local community as a golfer’s club as it has a long, narrow and demanding par 71 course bordered by the Hutt River along one side and a stream along the other. It typically produces straight-hitting quality golfers, some examples; Michael Campbell, Lynnette Brooky, Gareth Paddison and Julianne Alvarez all of whom have made their mark on the international stage.

The Club has a rich history and in 2013 celebrated its’ centenary with 500 current and past members participating in four days of events and social activities.