Range View Restaurant
Dinner: 4.00pm - 8.00pm Tuesday to Sunday
Lunch: 1.00pm - 4.00pm Tuesday to Thursday & 12.00pm - 4.00pm Friday to Sunday
Closed on Mondays (except Public Holidays) Closed Christmas Day
Family Style Restaurant - indoor & outdoor dining. Children's playground available
All are welcome - Members, Guests, Locals and Tourists.
Non members must sign in at the bar.
Download our current menu:/Current 2017 Menu.pdf
Tuesday from 1.00pm
Wednesday from 1.00pm
Thursday from 1.00pm
Friday from 12.00pm
Saturday & Sunday from 10.00am
Closed Mondays, except Public Holidays - open from 10am
Closed Christmas Day
Valued Business Partners
- Home Timber and Hardware
- Imparja Television
- Lion Nathan - Hahn Super Dry
- The Gem Cave
- Lasseters Hotel Casino
- MPH Carpentry & Construction
- Red Centre Office Technology Partners
- TDR Plumbing
- Centre Pest Management
- Verve Group
- Peter Kittle Motor Company
- Centralian Sports
- Taps Tubs and Tiles
- Brumbys Bakeries
- Insurance Solutions NT
- 8HA / Sun FM
- Neata Glass
- Colemans Printing
- EJ Whitten Foundation
The course record at Alice Springs Golf Club is 64 - set by local members Kerryn Heaver and later matched by Leigh Shacklady.
The course record for a professional golfer is 65, set by Stuart Appleby.
This score was later matched by David Diaz and David Iwasaki-Smith.
The course record for juniors (under 18) is 66, set by Andrius Belkus in the final round of the Australian Boys' Amateur Championship, on 10 April 2009. The round surpassed the previous junior record of 67, set by Adam Scott in 1997, the last time the Australian Boys' Amateur was held in Alice Springs.
The course record for junior girls (under 18) is 70, set by Su-Hyun Oh in the first round of the Australian Girls' Amateur Championship on 16 April 2009, and equalled shortly afterwards by Justine Lee, also in the first round of the Australian Girls' Amateur Championship of the same year.
Su-Hyun Oh had the earlier tee time by 36 minutes, teeing off 4 groups ahead of Justine Lee on the same nine.
The score was equalled again by Saki Suzuki during the second round of the same tournament.