Customised Golf Packages

Specialising in King Island and Tasmania

Did you know Tasmania boasts 2 courses that are ranked within the global top 100? With the opening of two new fantastic courses on King King Island it is expected to go to 4 in the top 100. Combine these with the oldest golf course in Australia, beautiful scenery, world class wines and whisky and you've got one great golfing holiday!

Being based in Tasmania we have our finger on the pulse. We're on top of the best restaurants, best hotels and attractions and we can provide the best vehicles and people to bring it all together!

Suggested Itinerary

Day 1:

Depart Melbourne and fly to King Island. There are a number of different options to choose from including commercial flights and private charters. On arrival we will have a local coach operator provide airport transfers and depending on the flight times you may get in a round of golf, do some sight seeing or relax at the hotel.

Day 2:

If its all about golf, today you can play until your heart's content. We'll organise everything for you and there are a number of options available: Spend the day at Cape Wickham or play in the morning and then play Ocean Dunes in the afternoon. Or Maybe enjoy golf in the morning and some sightseeing in the afternoon.

Day 3:

After another round this morning transfer to the King Island airport for you flight to Tasmania. On arrival at either Wynyard or Launceston you can spend the remainder of the day touring. Maybe visit some wineries, boutique beer makers, cheese factory and chocolates, or get up close and personal with a Tasmanian Devil! Either way it will be a great day and we'll end up at the famous Barnbougle in the late afternoon for dinner and overnight accommodation.

Day 4:

Spend today enjoying everything Barnbougle and Lost Farm have to offer. From world class golf courses to pristine rugged coast line, great food and some of the cleanest air in the world Barnbougle is the perfect golfing getaway. The Dunes, Barnbougle's original course, is a links set among the rolling coastal dunes and designed in the tradition of links courses in Scotland and Ireland. Lost Farm is a 20 hole links course that opened in December 2010. It was designed and built by the world renowned Coore & Crenshaw company and has been entered in the U.S. Golf Magazine top 100 list!

Day 5:

How about some golf in the morning then a little bit of sightseeing in the afternoon? The Tamar Valley is renowned for its award winning wineries, beautiful scenery and relaxed lifestyle. Spend so time in Launceston city and visit the Cataract Gorge with is beautiful gardens and the longest single span chairlift in the world.

Day 6:

Today we travel south along the Heritage Highway to small rural village of Bothwell. Why? Because Bothwell is home to Australia's oldest public golf course, Ratho. Built in 1822 by the Reid Family the fairways are mowed by sheep and the greens are fenced to keep them out. The added bonus in Bothwell is the "Nant" single malt whiskey distillery. In 2012, just four years after beginning commercial production, Nant Single Malt Whisky was catapulted to global renown when Jim Murray, the world’s foremost whisky commentator, scored Nant Single Malt Whisky – American Oak Bourbon Wood 95.5 out of 100. This rarest of scores saw Nant rated among the top 50 whiskies in the world. With a few of those under your belt it will be a fun trip back to our accommodation!

Day 7:

Today is your last day in Tassie and depending on flight times we may squeeze in a game at the Launceston Country Club Casino before airport transfers.

Note:

Of course this is a suggested itinerary and everyone has different interests and time constraints. All our tours are customised to suit our client's needs. Please give us a call and talk to us about you own special requirements.

Please contact us for a quote. Package price will vary according to accommodation, inclusions and group size.