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How Barnbougle came to be

In golf terms, Barnbougle is young. Whilst the rolling fairways of the courses, set amongst the wild and dramatic landscape, look as though they were established long before we could jump on a plane and fly across Bass Strait to Tasmania, it was in just 2004 that the first course – The Dunes – opened for play.

Designed by renowned modern golf architect Tom Doak and Australia ex-European tour pro and course designer Mike Clayton, Barnbougle Dunes was once a strip of land along the coast of a potato farm on Tasmania’s north east coast.

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Events at Barnbougle

Mid-week Revival Package

Need a moment? Reconnect with nature and each other with a luxurious Barnbougle Spa experience for two. Indulge in an Ultimate Aromatherapy Massage and then enjoy overnight accommodation at Lost Farm Lodge and breakfast the following morning before returning to reality. Valid mid-week from 1 November until the 20th December. $398 per couple.

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US Golfweek's best modern courses

We are thrilled to announce that both The Dunes and Lost Farm have achieved top 10 positions in US Golfweek's Top 50 Modern International Courses. Assessed by the 800 course raters, The Dunes was ranked #3 position with the Lost Farm close behind at #8. It's always an honour to be included in these ratings, thank you so much to the GolfWeek raters for considering us. Like to see the full list?

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Barnbougle X Bay of Fires

From the clear, blue waters and deserted beaches of Bay of Fires to the lush rolling fairways of Barnbougle, experience two iconic Tasmania destinations with our limited edition Week-long Tassie adventure.

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