Oaks Cypress Lakes Resort
Went for a two night stay with 4 people in a two bedroom, two bathroom villa. Everything you needed was in the villa. Cooked our own breakfast and enjoyed the views sitting on the veranda overlooking the golf course. Quiet and beautiful. The staff were friendly and helpful. My partner snuck in 2 rounds of golf.
— Nicole L, Trip Advisor
Championship Hunter Valley Golf Course
Located in the beautiful wine district of the Hunter Valley, Cypress Lakes is a picturesque 6,487 metre par 72 18-hole championship golf course and is ranked among the top resort courses in Australia.
Unveiled in 1992, Cypress Lakes was designed by Steve Smyers of Florida. From the Black championship markers, the layout is a length of 6,467m par 72, but reduces to 5,520m from the men’s White tees with the ladies facing a distance of 5,216m.
Each tee and green offers stunning panoramic views of the Hunter Valley’s famous vineyards and the surrounding Brokenback mountain range.
This Championship layout boasts dramatic fairways shapes and elevation changes, 60 strategically located bunkers and generous greens that are in superb condition year round.
Significant golf course infrastructure investment by the Oaks Hotels group is quickly catapulting Cypress Lakes to the top of must play resort destinations in Australia.
Must Play Course!An excellent golf course in very good condition, most enjoyable to play and is a must if playing golf in the Hunter Valley, the service from the Pro Shop in organising our group was excellent and the day was just great! PS. Don't be concerned about the name really there is not lot of water.
— Michael W, Melbourne TripAdvisor
Frequently Asked Questions
- IS THERE A DRESS CODE?
Yes, our dress code is designed for your enjoyment and practicality. With this in mind golf shoes with soft spikes are compulsory, and all players are to wear suitable golf attire such as a golf polo shirt with collar. No jeans or denim shorts, tracksuits or drawstrings pants are allowed, tailored slacks or shorts are required.
- WHAT TIME IS THE DRIVING RANGE OPEN?
The Driving Range is open to the public from 6:30am with the last balls called an hour before dark. Balls and rental equipment are available from the Golf Shop, no bookings required!
- HOW DO I BOOK MY TEE-OFF TIME?
Online bookings are available through our booking page or by simply calling the Golf shop on (02) 4993 1555 (ext 2) or email email@example.com.
Step One: Register for Online Tee Bookings – Click Here http://www.cypresslakes.com.au/security/create.member.action.xsp
Step Two: View Available Tee Times – Click Here http://www.cypresslakes.com.au/guests/bookings/ViewPublicCalendar.msp?booking_resource_id=3000000
Step Three: Should your preferred tee-time booking not be available online, we invite you to contact us on (02) 4993 1555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to co-ordinate your booking.