What’s more fun than a round of mini golf? A round of mini golf with a cocktail in hand, that’s what. It’s a winning formula that’s seen the Holey Moley chain score a hole in one in each city it has opened – that’s 11 and counting, in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Newcastle and Wollongong.
The newest addition to the Holey Moley family is the Darlinghurst outpost in Sydney. Slated to open on May 10, this two-storey temple of fun is tucked under the iconic Coca-Cola sign in Kings Cross, offering 27 holes and party-ready interiors inspired by the 1920s.
Holey Moley Darlinghurst will be home to three bars, serving signature tipples including the Sugar Caddy and Teeyoncé Holes, paired with booze-friendly food such as pizzas, loaded fries and burgers. You’ll want to stock up on the snacks if you plan on lasting the full 27 holes. For those swingers who aren’t ready to fully commit, there’s also a choice of nine or 18 holes, ideal if you’re more about the apres-golf than the Caddyshack-inspired kudos.
To help get the party started in Darlinghurst, Holey Moley is offering the chance to a function for you and 10 mates, valued at $1,111. You’ll find all the details here.
See you on the green.
Melbourne-based food and wine writer Sarah Gamboni has had to pull back on a few of her favourite things – chilli, gin and espresso – since bringing her daughter, Frankie, into the world. But she has discovered one post-natal perk: those stretchy-waist maternity jeans are heaven when heading out for a big meal. Follow her on Instagram @eatmywords_au