Depart Melbourne’s Essendon airport in the Air Adventure Outback Jet, flying directly to Barnbougle’s private airfield.
Head out on course to play a round at Barnbougle Lost Farm.
Barnbougle Lost Farm features 20 holes, all of which are playable during any given round and boast beautiful views along the coast, and into the Tasmanian hinterland along the Forester River. The course’s distinctive undulating character, wide-open fairways and exquisite hole layouts provide a tough, yet fair challenge for golfers of all abilities.
Designer: Bill Coore of Coore & Crenshaw, 2010
Length: Par 78 (20 holes) 6503m / Par 72 (18 holes) 6263m
Finish the round of golf with a refreshing beverage in the Lost Farm Sports Bar, enjoy a relaxing massage at the Day Spa or kick your feet up in your on-site accommodation.
In the evening, make your way to the Lost Farm Restaurant for a meal of the finest Tasmanian produce and premium beverages.
Tuck into a delicious breakfast in the Lodge restaurant and fuel up for another spectacular day of golf.
Check-in at the Dunes clubhouse and tee off for 18 holes at Barnbougle Dunes.
Barnbougle Dunes opened in 2004, the realization of potato farmer, Richard Sattler’s, vision. The strip of coastal dunes was entrusted to acclaimed architect Tom Doak, charged with creating something special. What he produced was nothing short of a masterpiece.
Standing on the first tee it is easy to underestimate the beautifully brutal challenge of the tyrant golf course that lies ahead.
Forget for a moment the rolling fairways, cavernous bunkers and swaying rough. Study the entire landscape. Soak up the traditional Australian palette of green and gold. At this point, hitting the ball is superfluous for the enjoyment of golf.
Designer: Tom Doak, 2004
Length: Par 71, 6148m
Enjoy a drink in the Dunes Clubhouse following your round and soak up the warm and relaxed Tasmanian hospitality. Stay and dine at the Dunes or head back to Lost Farm for a gourmet “Cook your own Barbecue” at the Lost Farm Sports Bar overlooking the Lost Farm course.
Enjoy a final breakfast in the Lodge Restuarant taking in those sensational vistas before checking out and boarding your private charter flight to Hobart Airport.
A private luxury vehicle will transfer you to MONA where you can begin a self-guided exploration of the subterranean galleries. Tune in to Mona’s “O” device and receive commentary on each of the museum’s installations.
We recommend a stop at the Mona Cafe or Void Bar before your private Moorilla tour.
Enjoy a private behind the scenes tour of Moorilla’s vineyard and marvel at the moody, subterranean tasting room. Savour Morrilla’s finest wines, decanted into fancy glassware and tune in to Morilla’s wine Ambassador telling the story of each drop. You’ll even receive a beautifully packaged bottle of Muse wine to take home.
In the afternoon enjoy a delicious two-course lunch of seasonal local produce at Mona’s Source Restaurant, with matched wines from Moorilla’s Cloth Label and Muse Series.
The rest of the afternoon is yours to further explore the museum or enjoy a glass of wine in the sun on Mona’s lawn before your private transfer back to Hobart airport and charter flight back to Essendon airport.