Tasmania


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Barnbougle

Features:

1 nights Accommodation at Lost Farm, Barnbougle Dunes
Full breakfast
2 Rounds of Golf - Barnbougle Dunes and Lost Farm
Return flights from Essendon Airport to Barnbougle
Ground transfers

 

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Tasmania - so easy, so much fun!

If you are looking for a golfing holiday that offers far more than just the game; then this is the way to go! Your own private plane, departing from Essendon Airport will make it easy and take you to this out-of-the-way fairytale links, touching down right beside the second fairway. Before you know it you're in another world. Lunch, then onto the golf course at Lost Farm for one of your greatest ever golfing experiences. You'll then wake to again arouse your senses to experience the joy of Barnbougle Dunes before lunch and your return flight.

 

The Itinerary

Day 1 Tour commences at Essendon Airport
Flight to Barnbougle, check into accommodation at Lost Farm
Lunch at Lost Farm Restaurant
PM: Golf at Lost Farm (Ranked #3 in Australia)
   
Day 2 AM: Golf at Barnbougle Dunes (Ranked #2 in Australia)
Lunch at Barnbougle Dunes Restaurant
PM: Return flight to Essendon Airport
   


The Golf Courses

Barnbougle Dunes

 

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The Dunes, Barnbougle's original course, is a Links Golf Course unlike any other in Australia, rated #2 in Australia by Australian Golf Magazine. Meandering along Tasmania's dramatic North East coast, it's where breathtaking scenery and thrilling golf truly come together.

The recipient of global accolades, Barnbougle Dunes was designed by U.S Golf visionary Tom Doak and Australian Mike Clayton to channel the traditional links courses of Scotland and Ireland. Golf at the Dunes is a game of strategy, where each shot requires tactical thought and a little creativity can be rewarding.

A blend of fescue and bent grasses, the course flourishes in the coastal environment. Fairways are wide, wider than most golfers will have experienced on traditional courses. The greens are lively; rolling with the natural undulation of the dunes and with the 4th hole boasting the largest bunker in the southern hemisphere, this course is designed to challenge.

 

Lost Farm

 

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Barnbougle Lost Farm is a 20 hole 
Links Golf course on Tasmania's North East Coast. Officially opened in December 2010, Lost Farm sits adjacent 
to The Dunes, which opened in December 2004.

Within a week of opening, Lost Farm was rated in the top 10 courses in Australia by Golf Australia Magazine, and also entered U.S. Golf Magazine's Top 100 List. The course is now positioned firmly as one of the icons in Australia's golfing crown, rated #3 in Australia by Australian Golf Magazine (behind Barnbougle Dunes at #2)

Despite their close proximity, Lost Farm is remarkably different to The Dunes. Lost Farm features 20 holes, all of which are playable in any one round, and the course layout tracks along the coast and inland amongst sand dunes that are significantly steeper than those featured at The Dunes. The strategic bunkering and undulating greens combined with wide fairways make for a course that offers an exciting challenge for golfers of all abilities.

 

 

The Hotel

Barnbougle Lost Farm

 

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Stay on-site and enjoy the stunning views of the Lost Farm course and surrounding coastline and hinterland. Lost Farm Lodge provides a stylish accommodation option for those looking to wake up right on course, with each suite only a short stroll to the Lodge Restaurant, Spa, Clubhouse and first tee.

Lost Farm Lodge offers two types of luxury accommodation – Single and Double Queen Suites. These open plan, hotel-style rooms provide a choice of views, with the Ocean View Room or the Course View Room looking out across Anderson Bay and the Lost Farm Golf Course, respectively.




 


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