RAD Course Locations  Recreation Activity Design Curtin University Disc Golf ParkThe Curtin University Disc Golf Park is the first permanent disc golf course to be installed on the campus of a university in all of Australia.

Located on the grounds of Curtin University in Bentley, Western Australia, the picturesque course is situated on the manicured gardens at the university entrance on Kent St. A practice tee and basket compliment this 9 hole course with it’s 18 challenging tee positions dotted around the Jack Finney Wetlands. At the beginning of each hole, participants are offered to learn as they play with various facts about the local fauna and flora of the wetlands listed on each tee sign.

The Curtin Stadium is a great place to grab a coffee and scorecard before you begin. Discs are also available for hire and purchase from the Stadium, which is located on the adjacent oval. The course is free to play and open to the public. This course is beginner friendly and has a beginner level front 9 and a more challenging back 9 holes more suited to advanced level players. If you’re lucky you won’t lose your disc in the water!

  • Baskets/Tees: 9 / 18

  • Par: 57

  • Length: 1547 Metres

  • Price: Free to Play

  • Access: Public

  • Targets: DiscGolfPark Target


Dumas Road



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Chris has been playing the sport of disc golf for 29 years. A multiple Australian Champion who has competed on the world stage. Chris has been working in the surveying industry for 18 years. Prior to his time as the owner and business manager of RAD, Chris has owned and managed a successful surveying consultancy based in Perth.
Andrew has over a decade experience playing and promoting disc golf throughout Australia and the world. From initial consultation to completion, Andrew has designed and delivered disc golf course projects for various local governments, schools and private businesses. As Tournament Director, Andrew has designed multiple disc golf courses for the Australian National Tour and was the Event Co-Organiser for the 2017 Aussie Open PDGA Major. Andrew has served as a board member of Australian Disc Golf (ADG) and is the co-founding member of Geelong Disc Golf. ” I just love to give back to this sport and the community”.