Tasmania, Australia’s island state is renown for its untouched wilderness, pristine coastline, cool climate wines and fresh local produce. On the north East coast of Tasmania lies a hidden gem and one of the world’s top Links golf courses, Barnbougle Dunes. Upon 200 acres of undulating coastal dunes the creative genius of famed golf architect Tom Doak and Australia’s Michael Clayton has been realized. Barnbougle, still only in its youth, continues to gain a reputation as one of the world’s top links golf courses. The breathtaking landscape upon which the course has been created mirrors the wild coastal links courses of Scotland and Ireland. In 2010 Barnbougle Lost Farm, the Coore and Crenshaw designed second course at Barnbougle, opened for play. Barnbougle Lost Farm is situated adjacent to the Dunes course on the wild and dramatic coastline of Anderson Bay.. Unlike a standard course, Lost Farm features a quirky 20 holes – all of which are playable to golfers during a round.

RESORT FACILITIES & INFORMATION:  Barnbougle Dunes: 22 two-bedroom sea view cottages; 3 four-bedroom self-contained deluxe villas; Clubhouse facility includes restaurant and Bar; “the Deck” at Barnbougle; Barnbougle Lost Farm: Queen Double Suites and Single Queen Suits; Full practice facilities; Spa; Sports Bar, Lodge and Restaurant onsite; Fishing charters; Cool climate vineyards; Lavender farm; Downtown Launceston. 

GOLF FACILITIES: Barnbougle Dunes. Par 71, 6,763 yards. Tom Doak & Mike Clayton. Barnbougle Lost Farm. 20 holes, par 78. 18 holes, par 72. Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. 

RANKINGS: Barnbougle Dunes: Australia’s #1 Public Golf Course; 35th Best Course in the World, Golf Magazine, 2009; #14 Best Courses outside the U.S., Golf Digest, 2012. Barnbougle Lost Farm: #6 in Australia (Australian Golf Magazine) and #72 in the World, Golf Magazine.

Bridport, Tasmania, Australia
Telephone: +61 3 6356 0094