Tasmanian Golf Courses.
Tasmania boasts some of Australia's - and the World's - best public golf courses.
Tasmania is now home to four of the top five public golf courses in Australia, as rated by Golf Australia: Cape Wickham and Ocean Dunes, King Island, and Barnbougle Dunes and Barnbougle Lost Farm, Bridport.
Plans are under way for at least another five premium courses across the state, including a $10 million transformation of an isolated peninsula, jutting into Hobart’s River Derwent, into one of the world’s few links courses almost surrounded by water.
What a time to be alive in Tasmania and around the world if you love the game of golf as much as we do!
Cape Wickham Golf Course
Cape Wickham, the spectacular new Golf Course on King Island. The scenery is breathtaking and the course routing has been designed to give constant directional shifts, par threes and par fives playing to all points on the compass.
Ocean Dunes Golf Club
Ocean Dunes on the majestic west coast of King Island, facing the Great Southern Ocean, Ranked 4th On The List Of Australia’s Best Public Courses.
Barnbougle Lost Farm
Next door is Barnbougle Lost Farm, a quirky 20 hole course with greens dispersed amongst the dunes and along the coastline. The course offers an exciting challenge for golfers of all abilities.
Tasmania’s newest courses are Cape Wickham and Ocean Dunes, both on King Island and both spectacular ocean-side courses designed in the true Scottish links tradition.
A traditional links course, Barnbougle Dunes on Tasmania’s north coast was built in the Scottish style with fairways overlooking Bass Strait. Ranked as Australia’s number 1 public golf course, the breathtaking landscape mirrors the wild coastal links courses of Scotland and Ireland.
Country Club Casino
Stay and play at the magnificent Launceston Country Club Casino and Villas. Just a short drive from the Launceston CBD, the Country Club offers fantastic accommodation, 18 hole golf course, pool, spa and gambling facilities!