X-Golf Opens Hey Caddy, the First Mini Golf Recreational Site in North Lakes

Hey Caddy
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Up for a round of putt and an unforgettable golfing experience? Hey Caddy, a new family-friendly recreational site, has opened its doors at Burke Crescent in North Lakes.



From X-Golf, Hey Caddy is an 18-hole immersive world experience. It’s the first of its kind in Australia, where families and groups of friends can try their hand at a new age in putt, with each hole boasting unique destination-based themes.

Hey Caddy officially launches with a celebration on Friday, 25 March 2022, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Guests will be treated to delicious complimentary food and drinks, plus an impressive host of entertainment and, of course, free rounds of mini golf.

The venue has something for everyone: dive deep into the boroughs of Melbourne’s Hosier Lane, putt over the bumpy surfaces of Mars, test your skills swinging between the Ferris wheels and cacti of Coachella, challenge yourself atop China’s lengthy Great Wall, tee off at the site of Nevada’s Area 51, or get freaky amongst the scenery of Mexico’s Day of the Dead. 

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Photo Credit: Supplied

“We’re pleased to offer somewhere aligned with the vibrant local demographic that is much more than a place to go out and eat or drink at, but a versatile immersive golfing experience suited to a wide array of guests whether you’re clever with a club not,” X-Golf Head of Marketing Amy Puglisi said, adding that the recreational site was envisioned as a unique indoor mini putt experience, aligning wit X-Golf’s objectives in providing a fun and inclusive entertainment golfing experience.

Franchisee and well-respected Moreton locals, Dr Anthony Mahler and Olga Mahler, are eager and pleased to welcome visitors to their new venue, which has been decked with impressive murals strewn across the walls are created by internationally-acclaimed Brisbane-based artist, Lee ‘LINZ’ Harnden.

Anthony, now retired as a GP, is a golfing enthusiast himself and believes it’s a great pastime for maintaining one’s general wellbeing. Olga migrated from Ukraine nine years ago and has also set up a shelter for Ukrainian refugees with her husband.

“We’re thrilled to open the doors to North Brisbane and beyond, with delicious fresh food, distinctive drinks, and a welcoming atmosphere whether you’re visiting during the day with the little ones or later at night with a large group of friends,” the Mahler couple said. 

To explore Hey Caddy in more detail or to book your experience at North Lakes, visit Hey Caddy