Kennedy Bay is home to the world-class Links Kennedy Bay golf course. Recently rated Western Australia’s best golf course, Links Kennedy Bay is a par 72 links style course, constructed amidst undulating 10,000 year old sand dunes and natural bushland and offers magnificent northerly views over Warnbro Sound and the Indian Ocean.
One of the world’s top Links golf courses, the popular and iconic course, is currently undergoing a multi-million transformation, by leading golf course architect Graham Marsh, to improve the course’s playability and accessibility.
Works are underway and staggered to minimise disruption and ensure a nine-hole course remains open to golfers at all times.
Our new state-of-the-art Clubhouse is now open.
Designed by respected architects gresleyabas the new Links Kennedy Bay clubhouse is the world-class entry statement to the popular Links golf course.
Home to Birdie restaurant and an impressive nature playground, both opening mid-October, the clubhouse also incorporates golf support services, pro-shop and community and recreation facilities.
Winner of WA Commercial Architecture Prize 2022 – The Australian Institute of Architects Awards
restaurant and bar
Birdie restaurant and bar will be the centrepiece of the Kennedy Bay clubhouse.
A standalone, relaxed F&B destination, Birdie will cater to and appeal to locals, visitors, foodies and golfers alike with its accessible and friendly service and menu.
Featuring casual outdoor seating adjacent to a large activated lawn, visitors can enjoy a contemporary, family-friendly menu, cocktails, local craft beers and wines.
Within line of sight from Birdie bar & restaurant, The Nest playground features a variety of play experiences across the undulating landscape including a seven-metre play tower, slide, climbing nets and grips, a log climbing pole, tepee frame, rope net bridge, tunnels, and balance logs.
Designed by award-winning Emerge & Associates, the urban adventure play space features natural materials (recycled timbers) and plants that provide shaded spaces surrounded by loose materials such as leaves, pebbles and bark. A series of golf challenges punctuate the playground design and further encourage exploration and imaginative play.