1-day Boutique Golf Adventure at Ratho Farm
The Ratho Farm Golf Links were first laid out and enjoyed by the pioneering Reid family, who emigrated from Scotland and settled Ratho in 1822. It is Australia’s oldest golf course, and the oldest remaining outside of Scotland.
Let us provide the most wonderful and unique experience by joining us on this tremendous adventure. Hire clubs and buggy are optional extras!
- Pick up and drop off at an agreed location
- Stop at Campbell Town
- 18 holes of golf at Ratho Farm Golf Course
- Beautiful lunch
- Multiple stops on the journey home (Drinks excluded)
- 4 person minimum to complete tour.
Book with flexibility
If a golf adventure, filled with history is what you are after, look no further than our 1-day Ratho Farm golf experience. This tour provides a blend of scenery, good food, great company, and tremendous golf that will be a certain highlight when visiting Tasmania.
Heading off early, we tackle the journey with a brief stop at Campbell Town. Perfect to stretch the legs and grab a coffee!
The next iconic and historic slice of paradise we visit will be on the way to Tasmania’s capital, Hobart. 45 minutes south of Hobart is the small town of Bothwell. Within Bothwell, lies a destination so unique, we had to add it to our list of tours. Ratho Farm!
Ratho Farm is a destination, an experience. With the country’s oldest golf course, accommodation in former convict barns and stables, and a classic highland homestead with lounges, you’ll wish you had more time to explore. Ratho Farm has played host to some colourful characters ranging from Melbourne Cup winners, bushrangers, 100-year-old gardeners, fierce political debates, golfing royalty, and one of England’s best-known artists.
In keeping with the traditions of Old Scotland, Ratho Farm remains a public course and is open to all, every day of the week. The newly re-opened course features a unique mix of holes, including the open and windswept old holes, restored original holes in a parkland setting, and four newly-designed holes along the Clyde riverbank towards neighboring Nant Distillery.
Following your round, which includes a scrumptious lunch half way round, we will make our way back to the gorgeous town of Launceston. But not before a few stops on the way back to enjoy a refreshment or two.