Tasmania is renowned for its untouched wilderness, pristine coastline, cool climate wines and fresh local produce. The rugged north east coast of Australia’s island state is one of the most ideal places in the world for a links golf course. It’s on this coastal strip, where stark beaches fold into undulating farmlands, that Barnbougle Golf Links has been crafted out of an extraordinary landscape.
|1. Barnbougle Dunes
Rated #2 Golf Course in Australia by Australian Golf Magazine (2013) and #33 in the World by U.S. Golf Digest (2016), The Dunes, with its spectacular vistas of Tasmania’s North East Coast, is a Links Golf Course unlike any other in Australia. The elder of the two courses, The Dunes is a spectacular example of traditional Links golf. Overlooking Barnbougle’s pristine beach sits the stunning Dunes Clubhouse – where you can wind down between and after games with a refreshing drink and a hearty meal.
|2. Barnbougle Lost Farm
Barnbougle is now a name that represents two iconic golf courses, Dunes and Lost Farm, both in the top 50 best golf courses in the world. Ranked as the #4 Golf Course in Australia by Golf Australia Magazine and #40 in the World by US Golf Digest (2016), the Lost Farm course is an exciting challenge for Golfers from all levels of experience. Ruthless Marram Grass, wide open fairways and exquisite hole layouts make for an unforgettable challenge. With fresh Tasmanian air and the omnipresent echo of crashing waves, Barnbougle is the perfect golfing getaway.
|3. Tamar Valley
Tamar Valley is one of the largest wine producing regions in Tasmania and is renowned for its subtle cool climate bouquet wines. Later in the day, make a visit to Bridestowe Lavender farm - the largest in the Southern hemisphere. Taste some of Tasmania’s superb cool climate wines and enjoy lunch at Strathlynn Vineyard, prepared by resident Daniel Alps, who is recognised as one of Australia’s best chefs.
- • Price per person is based on travel dates of 14 to 18 August 2017.
- • Price per person is based on a group of 8 persons to travel.
- • Caddy fees and tips are to be paid directly, in cash, to the golf courses.
- • Golfers are required to bring along the handicap certificate.
- • No minimum requirements on player’s ability.