Kiwis who love the sport of disc golf
Dargaville is built along the edge of the wide Northern Wairoa River, two and a half hours drive north-west of Auckland. Maori settlements and marae (meeting places) have been scattered around the area for hundreds of years.
The town is proud of its heritage, having re-employed many of its 19th century buildings – you’ll find cafes, art shops and other interesting retail opportunities. Dargaville's hotels and motels, backpackers and motor camps stand alongside tributes to the past like the Gumdigger Statue.
Disc golf in Dargaville can be found at Harding Park in where the Dargaville Museum www.dargavillemuseum.co.nz is, just off state highway 12 on Mt Wesley Coast Road (36 Mt Wesley Coast Rd).
This course was installed in 2008 and is quite short but features some elevation changes and tricky basket placements.
If you find yourself doing the famous Northland Twin Coast Discovery route then make sure you drop by for a round.
You can print off a pdf scorecard by clicking here (pdf 212kb, opens in new window). Scorecards are available from Sport Northland, the Kaipara District Council Building, Dargaville Museum or www.sportnorthland.co.nz.