South Terrace Croquet Club Adelaide

The Club, established in 1911, is in an idyllic parkland setting, offering 2 croquet courts, and a fine clubhouse adjoining magnificent gum trees. The Club emblem is the Adelaide Rosella as there are many of these beautiful birds in the immediate vicinity. The Club, located in the southeast corner of the Adelaide Parklands, is accessible via Beaumont Road at the junction of South and East Terrace.

Playing times

Golf Croquet:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
9:15 am for a 9:30 am start. To finish around noon.

Aussie Croquet:
Tuesdays: 9:15 am for a 9:30 am start. To finish around noon.

(During daylight saving hours croquet is played at a different time only on Wednesdays – 3:45 pm for a 4:00 pm start to finish around 6:00 pm.)

Come & Try Sessions

Golf croquet is an exciting game played all over the world which can be
played by anyone regardless of gender, size, body type or age. It is a
deceptively simple game involving skill, judgment, strategy, and tactics. It
is a game that can become quite addictive and extremely competitive.
Golf Croquet provides good all-round exercise for the body and mind. It
is a healthy balance of fun and competition, all played in a beautiful
parkland setting.
We offer 2 free introductory sessions, which include the use of equipment
and the provision of basic coaching, supervised by a club member. All that is
required is for the visitors to wear flat-soled shoes or sneakers and
casual comfortable clothing.

Contact: Paul Ensor – – 0449 019 505

Corporate Functions

We host corporate functions during the year with club members available
to provide instruction, supervision and coaching on how to play croquet
to participants. Drinks are available from the bar at reasonable prices. All
equipment is provided.

Contact: Glenn Martin – 0400 290 031 (

Club Membership

The annual playing fees are $460 with no grass fees or $260 plus a grass fee.* These fees include a club polo top, key and a name tag.
There is an additional payment of around $140pa for all members for the SACA Registration and Insurance fee.

* Fees are payable pro-rata based on the time of joining.     

Playing Fees per Person

Members who do not pay the full annual fee of $460 pay a grass fee of $5 for each visit.
Visitors who are not members of other clubs pay a grass fee of $10 and Students pay $5.

Club Mallets: New members may use club mallets for a period of 6 months and thereafter are expected to provide their own mallets.

“Come and Try” Visitors are expected to register for membership after 6 visits. They may use club mallets without charge.