Tasmania Golf Club

Designed by Al Howard with Ian Grimsey. The course is set on headland overlooking Barilla Bay. The signature 580-yard par five 3rd is considered by many to be one of the most scenic holes in the country, as it follows the natural curve of the bay and offers incredible views out over the water.

Luxurious golf lodge with each suite only a short walk to the lodge restaurant, spa, clubhouse and first tee of the Lost Farm Course. The world-ranked Barnbougle Dunes is also just down the road. The Lost Farm restaurant and lounge offers local Tasmanian cuisine and wines. Their spa offers full treatments, a steam room, mineral salt spa, all with views over the golf course and ocean beyond. Barnbougle also offers economical cottages and villas overlooking the Dunes course.
Be certain to ask us about a stop-off to play Cape Wickham and Ocean Dunes when making a visit to Tasmania.