10-day Golf Around Tasmania
World-class golf, award-winning wine and a trip to see Tasmania’s stunning icons.
Tee off at some of the most spectacular golf courses in the world on this multi-day tour around Tasmania. This is no ordinary tour. Hugging the Bass Strait coastline, Tasmania’s premier golf links have international reputations as golfing bucket-list destinations, and now is the time to find out why. Pure…
World-class golf courses
Play among towering sand dunes on pristine coastline at Barnbougle’s two neighbouring links courses. Expect strategic bunkering, undulating greens and wide fairways.
See the best of the island – Cradle Mountain, Wineglass Bay, Tasman Peninsula, Port Arthur Historic Site, kunanyi/Mt Wellington and Mona – as we tour this spectacular place.
Sip famous Tassie wine
Known for its cool climate wines and award-winning whisky and gin, Tasmania is the place to sample wine and spirits. We take you to a few of our favourites.
Enjoy a round or two on the Royal Hobart Golf Course, renowned for the quality of its bunkers. Play on this premier course until 3pm and then enjoy the Hobart waterfront at your own leisure.
Sample delicious boutique wines on our Wine Tasting Tour. We visit Velo Winery, Tamar Ridge Winery, Moores Hill Winery and Holm Oak Winery, all set in the picturesque Tamar Valley.
Experience a true golfing adventure at Barnbougle. We play 18 holes on the award-winning The Dunes. Golfers come from around the world to stroll this traditional links course. Designed to complement rather than detract from the landscape it has earned the reputation as a top public access course. Pull carts are included but motorised carts can be organised.
Barnbougle Lost Farm has been built on steeper dunes and is an exciting and challenging course with strategic bunkering, undulating greens and wide fairways. It also boasts breathtaking views of the Forester River and Tasmanian Hinterland. We play 18 holes here. This award-winning course was voted #3 in Australia by Australian Golf Magazine, just behind The Dunes at #2.
Spend a few hours fossicking in Tasmania’s largest antique and collectibles store – Antique Emporium. You’re sure to find a treasure or two to take home.
Get the camera ready for Tasmania’s mountain jewel – Cradle Mountain. This iconic mountain is located in Cradle Mountain-Lake St Claire National Park, part of the Tasmanian World Heritage Area. Here, ancient pines fringe glacial lakes and icy streams cascade down rugged mountains. The vegetation is rich and diverse including grassland, rainforest and many ancient plants such as King Billy pine. It’s a hotspot for native wildlife including wombats, quolls, Tasmanian Devils and echidnas.
Play 18 holes at Devonport Golf Club. This is one of the prettiest courses on the North West Coast.
Hike the Wineglass Bay Hazards Beach Circuit. This stunning walk is an 11km circuit. An unforgettable experience, you will encounter the white sands and crystal-clear water of the famous Wineglass Bay before walking through grasslands to the striking Hazards Beach.
Try a Spirit Tasting at Sullivans Cove Distillery – Sullivans Single Malt Whisky was declared the best in the world in 2014!
Have lunch in the quaint historic village of Richmond. Walk over and under the oldest convict constructed sandstone bridge in Australia, visit the oldest Catholic Church in Australia and peruse the antique shops and galleries.
Head underground to the weird and whacky world of Mona. This is Australia’s largest private museum with three levels of underground galleries. Get ready, it’s like stepping into your subconscious.
Just 20 minutes from Hobart, pass through temperate rainforest, sub-alpine flora and glacial rock formations before reaching the summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington with extraordinary views.
Enjoy lunch at Bangor Vineyard Shed on the way to the Tasman Peninsula. Sample some award-winning wines while soaking in the view.
Port Arthur Historic Site is a bucket-list destination for most visitors to Tasmania. Delve into the dark history of hardship and punishment on a guided introductory tour through the ruins and preserved buildings on the grounds.
Enjoy a short harbour cruise around the Isle of the Dead and Point Puer, the site of the English colonies first boy’s prison. This is a good opportunity to have a warm drink or sample a local wine or beer.