Rated in Australia’s Top 10 Golf Courses and the top 40 courses in the world, Barnbougle Dunes is internationally renowned for its ideal golfing terrain. A destination truly reminiscent of the game’s ancient ties to Scotland and Ireland, the course – Designed by US Architect Tom Doak and Australian Mike Clayton – has been crafted out of an extraordinary landscape where stark beaches and brutal Marram Grass and fold into undulating farmlands.

In addition to the world-class links layout, The Dunes offers a club house restaurant and bar, onsite accommodation, driving range and short game practice facilities. After challenging the links reminisce about your round over a refreshing beverage and fine Tasmania produce in the clubhouse. The Dunes is a must for your Tasmanian golfing experience and a wonderful feature of the Bass Strait Master’s circuit.



Ranked as the #2 public golf course in Australia , Lost Farm is Barnbougle’s second instalment, located just a short pitching wedge across the river from The Dunes.

Despite the close proximity of Lost Farm to Barnbougle Dunes, the two courses are remarkably different. The sand dunes on which Lost Farm is located are steeper and more dramatic than those of The Dunes. Lost Farm features 20 holes, all of which are playable during any given round and boast beautiful views along the coast, and into the Tasmanian hinterland along the Forester River. The course’s distinctive undulating character, Wide-open fairways and exquisite hole layouts provide a tough, yet fair challenge for golfers of all abilities.

In addition to some of the best golf in the world, Lost Farm offers world class dining and accommodation facilities. The restaurant at Lost Farm dishes up a delicious array of Tasmanian produce, from succulent seafood to locally grown beef. Lost Farm is a truly breathtaking golf course that complements the surrounding landscape and is a genuine treasure of Tasmanian golfing.



Located on the northern tip of King Island (45 minutes from Currie) Cape Wickham Golf Links offers a rugged, remote and truly spectacular golf experience. The design genius of US architect Mike DeVries, Cape Wickham opened mid 2015 and quickly debuted at #3 in Golf Digest Australia’s Top 100 golf courses in Australia and #24 US Golf Digest world top 100 list.

With the Southern Ocean as a backdrop for most of the round, Cape Wickham takes golfing on the coast quite literally. Golfers witness constantly changing landscapes as they traverse over soaring cliff tops, meander undulating hills and traipse through low-profile valleys. Without a doubt, Cape Wickham is a must on this year’s golfing itinerary.



On the majestic west coast of King Island, facing the Great Southern Ocean, lies Ocean Dunes, the newest addition to the Bass Strait Triangle and #4 public access course in Australia.

Ocean Dunes is a unique golfing experience, moulded in the style of Scotland’s great links courses. Designed by Australian course designer Graeme Grant, Ocean Dunes is set against the majestic backdrop of Bass Strait.

The golf course begins with your first tee-off towards the stunning Southern Ocean, taking you through a range of truly beautiful land and seascapes, before finishing off at the challenging 18th hole where your golfing prowess can really shine. Post golf; enjoy a drink or long lunch in the eco-inspired Ocean Dunes clubhouse and bar, which offers panoramic views of the ocean and golf course.