Ocean Dunes incorporates a challenging 18-hole course, set amidst rolling dunes, and features unsurpassed views along two kilometres of majestic, King Island coastline – land made for golf, and reminiscent of the links of Scotland and Ireland. With 360-degree ocean views on nearly every hole, highlights include two spectacular par 3's that cross the surging ocean, plus a number of exciting, risk-and-reward, short par 4's. The 'inland' holes follow the coastal creek that flows through the course.
Location: Currie, King Island
Designed by renowned US golf architect, Mike DeVries, Cape Wickham sits on a magnificent piece of coastal land at the far North Western tip of King Island, in the windswept waters of Bass Strait. The course is gently undulating and interspersed with giant sand dunes and ridges, and has already captured the attention of international golf writers, with one recent review commenting... “Add jaw-dropping vistas into the mix and, for golfing purists, this surely ranks among the most important courses to have opened in living memory.“
Location: Cape Wickham, King Island
Rated the #2 Golf Course in Australia by Australian Golf Magazine (2013) and #11 in the World by U.S. Golf Digest, Barnbougle Dunes, is a links course unlike any other in Australia, or the world. The elder of the two courses at Barnbougle, The Dunes is a spectacular example of traditional links golf that meanders along Tasmania’s dramatic North East coast – it’s where breathtaking scenery and thrilling golf truly come together.
Location: Bridport, Tasmania
Barnbougle Lost Farm
Just a short pitching wedge across the river from The Dunes, lies Barnbougle’s second golf course – Lost Farm. Despite Lost Farm’s close proximity to The Dunes, it is remarkably different, featuring 20 holes that wind along the coast and through the coastal dunes. Ranked as the #2 public course in Australia by Golf Australia Magazine, and #23 in the World by US Golf Digest, the Lost Farm course is an exciting challenge for golfers of all levels of experience.