Tasmania is a place of wild and beautiful landscapes, pristine coastline and friendly, helpful people living a relaxed island lifestyle. Here you can find wonderful wines and food and a haunting history evoked by spectacular convict-era ruins. Tasmania is Australia’s smallest state, but also its most geographically diverse, with over 40% of its territory set aside as national parks and world heritage wilderness.
With more than 65 courses around the state, you are never far from a fairway in Tasmania. Scenic views are guaranteed at some of the best and quirkiest layouts anywhere in Australia; this is simply a great place to swing the club. Tasmania’s two most famous courses are Barnbougle Dunes and Barnbougle Lost Farm, both of which are consistently ranked in the World's Top 100. Barnbougle is a particular treasure for the enthusiast and social golfer. The latest stunning additions to Tasmania's courses are Cape Wickham and Ocean Dunes on King Island, each a spectacular seaside course designed in the true Scottish links tradition.
Other nearby courses are: Ratho Golf Links and Royal Hobart Golf Club.