Continuing our fun holiday in Surfers Paradise Greg and I decided to have three games of mini golf at King Tutt’s putt putt.

We grabbed our tickets for all 3 games, as it was the cheapest way to go, and we decided to play the Egyptian course first.

On hole number 1 Greg got a hole-in-one! His ball went right down the green and around the mummy case and into the hole! A total surprise.

Then on hole number 3 Leanne also got a hole-in-one! Another surprise.

We had a great time. Part of the course goes through a darkened section that is like being inside the pyramids or tombs, with hieroglyphics and images on the walls.

Prices (as at October 2012)

 1 Course   2 Courses   All 3 Courses
 Adult  $14.00  $19.00   $22.00
 Child (4-13 Years Inclusive)  $ 9.00  $14.00   $17.00
 Child (Under 4 Years)  Free  Free  Free
 Pensioner / Senior  $11.00   $16.00   $19.00
 Student  $11.00   $16.00   $19.00
 Family Pass (2 Adults + 2 Kids)  $34.00  $54.00   $66.00






Times of Operation:

Daily: 9am – 9pm
Christmas Day: Closed


Cnr Surfers Paradise Boulevard & Pandanus Ave, Surfers Paradise


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  • Free off street parking
  • 19th Hole Refreshments
  • Arcade games
  • Party Room
  • The Saloon Shooting Gallery
  • Restrooms
  • Tourist Information

When we came back to King Tutts putt putt in the evening to do the next two courses we decided to do the Tutt’s Challenge course outside first.

We found Tutt’s challenge a lot more difficult than the Egyptian course we had done in the afternoon, but it was still heaps of fun.

Due to this course being much more challenging (even as the name implies) we spent a lot longer on the outside course than the inside courses.

The third and last course that we played was on the Jurassic course. I must say that out of the three courses the Jurassic one was my favourite.

It was a fun course, surrounded by different dinosaurs that were around between the various holes or hanging down from the ceiling.

We even took some pictures of Greg with his head inside the mouth of a T-Rex!

Then Greg jumped into an automobile and I took his photos just before the giant gorilla crushed Greg and the car! Greg was lucky to quickly escape as soon as I finished taking his photo!

I am sure that you can tell from the videos above that we had a wonderful time at King Tutt’s Putt Putt in Surfers and highly recommend it to other visitors to the Gold Coast.

Next time we will share our trip to Ripleys Believe It Or Not! Odditorium in Cavill Mall with you.

Until then, Remember to Enjoy Life, Smile at a Stranger and Make a Difference in the World!

Leanne Annett <><

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