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Come and visit us in Hobart for a brewery tour or relaxing drink and a bite to eat in the Cascade Visitor Centre.
The tour time is 1 hour 15 mins and allow half an hour for tastings of our famous Cascade beverages which are included in the tour price. Tours are conducted by guides several times per day, 7 days a week. Tours include the chance to see some of Australia's best loved premium beers brewed in the historic brewery and a walk through the famous Woodstock gardens.
Children under 16 are not able to tour the brewery.
Australia’s first casino opened here at Wrest Point in 1973 – and the fun and action hasn’t stopped since!
Our boutique casino has all the popular table games, gaming machines and our VIP gaming area. Our friendly croupiers will help you get the hang of playing, whether you’re keen to try your luck at Blackjack, Roulette, Texas Hold’em Poker or any of the other games.
There are two other gaming areas – Riverview and Boardwalk – where you’ll find the latest in electronic gaming machines, with great views of the River Derwent.
Our Federal Rewards Club is one of the most comprehensive player reward clubs in Australia – ask us about the club’s wide range of benefits for regular players.
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At Country Club Tasmania you can enjoy the fun and action of the latest gaming machines in the Watergarden gaming area – and try your luck on the popular table games including blackjack, roulette and more in our boutique casino.
Country Club Tasmania has two gaming areas that cater to everybody from the holidaymaker who just wants a fun casual flutter to Australia’s best players.
The main casino holds all of our table games and a selection of gaming machines. If you’re a first-time player, please don’t hesitate to ask one of our friendly croupiers or gaming attendants – they’ll be pleased to show you how to play.
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St Helens Golf Club offers a challenging nine-hole course at St Helens in northern Tasmania. The course is set in picturesque bushland and is an 18-tee course (par 71). It is located just on the boundary of the township and boasts a club house with fully-stocked bar. St Helens Golf Club utilises the 'GOLF Link' national handicapping system and the golf shop provides club hire. The course is open to the public every day with competition days held on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Enjoy the peaceful surrounds and consistent mild to warm climate as you make your way around the course. While you are in St Helens, wander along the sandy white beaches or perhaps visit the turquoise water of the Bay of Fires nearby. Drive the short distance to St Columba Falls where you can walk in to see the highest waterfalls in Tasmania. Charter a boat and experience the excellent fishing opportunities or simply enjoy a scenic tour along the east coast. St Helens Golf Club is approximately two hours' drive east of Launceston (170 kilometres/105 miles).
Campbell Town Golf Club is a nine-hole (par 70) flat course located in Tasmania's midlands. The rough is protected as it contains many rare varieties of orchids. There are bunkers on some greens and long, flat fairways. The Clubhouse offers bar facilities and meals are available for group bookings. Men's competition takes place on Wednesdays at 10am and Saturdays at 11.30am. Lady's competition is held on Tuesdays at 10 am. While you are in Campbell Town, take a look around the historic streets. Pack a picnic and enjoy the peaceful park area. Wander the main street of Campbell Town past historic buildings dating from the 1820s. Notice the commemorative bricks laid in the footpath with names of convicts. Cast for trout at Lake Leake and enjoy nearby Lost Falls. Be sure to visit the Heritage Highway Museum and nearby historic towns including Evandale and Longford. Campbell town is about 45-minutes' drive from Launceston (70 kilometres/43 miles).
George Town Golf Club is a nine-hole course located in George Town, Northern Tasmania. A tough opening hole is your introduction to this challenging par 68 course. With 18 tees adding variation to the second nine, you can also enjoy scenic views of the Tamar River. This well maintained course provides for an enjoyable round and challenges well-suited to new golfers through to experienced players. George Town can claim to be one of the earliest European settlements in Tasmania. While you are in the area, visit the Old Watch House Museum (circa 1843) and The Grove, an elegant stone house built around 1829. Just five kilometres north of George Town you will find Low Head, a sheltered harbour which is now a classified historic town. Visit the pilot station (the oldest in Australia, completed in 1835) which houses a maritime museum where you can find memorabilia salvaged from the many shipwrecks on the north coast as well as some interesting, early diving equipment. George Town Golf Course is approximately 40 minutes' drive (53 kilometres/33 miles) from Launceston.
Tasman Golf Club is located at Port Arthur on the Tasman Peninsula, south east Tasmania. The course is five minutes (four kilometres/three miles) south of the Port Arthur Historic Site and 90 minutes south east of Hobart (102 kilometres/63 miles). Tasman Golf Club's undulating nine-hole course has a tight layout rimmed by coastal tea-tree scrub. Skirting the sea cliffs at Point Puer, the course has breathtaking views of the Great Southern Ocean and dramatic Tasman Peninsula coastline. Features include watered greens and tees, bunkers and a central dam in play on three holes. Tasman's dramatic signature hole is the par three 8th - which requires you to tee off on a cliff top and drive the ball over a 200-metre (656 feet) drop to the ocean to land on the opposite cliff top green, 100 metres (328 feet) away. Tasman Golf Club has regular men's, women's and mixed competitions, and a twilight competition during the summer months (October - March). Relax after your round in the clubhouse and bar, open during event times. Tasman also has a practice putting green and club and buggy hire is available. Holes: nine, Par: 70, Length: 5,238 metres, Australian Course Rating: 67.
Riverside Golf Club is an 18-hole championship course located in Launceston, northern Tasmania. It is one of Tasmania's premier courses (par 73) with gently undulating fairways and picturesque views from the clubhouse. There is a well stocked bar and excellent dining facilities in the clubhouse. There are also excellent practice facilities including a fairway, putting green and nets. A resident professional is also employed by the club to provide lessons and to advise on all golfing needs to members and visitors alike. While you are in Launceston, be sure to explore the city and the delightful Cataract Gorge nearby. Take a chairlift ride across this urban reserve or head down the Tamar Valley and sample some fine Tasmanian wines. Riverside Golf Club is just a few minutes' drive out of central Launceston, located at Riverside.
King Island Golf and Bowling Club is located at Currie, on King Island's west coast. King Island is 80 kilometres/50 miles north east of Tasmania - a 50 minute flight north west of Wynyard and an hour and twenty minutes from Devonport. The Club's nine-hole course - which has been compared to St Andrew's of Scotland - is an authentic coastal links with undulating fairways. This challenging course has fantastic ocean views and is completely open to the elements, with west winds affecting almost every hole. Highlights include the third, par three hole which is played from a cliff top towards the sea, and the testing fifth hole, which requires a long hit to clear water skirting the fairway. You can follow your round with a well-earned drink and a tasty meal in the licensed club house. Guides, clubs and buggy hire are all available and the Club also has bowling greens and squash courts. The two-day King Island Open, held here each November, attracts over 100 golfers from across Australia. The Open includes 18-hole and 36-hole events for ladies and men as well as a 36-hole junior handicap event. Holes: 9, Par: 72, Length: 5,465 metres, Australian Course Rating: 67.9
"Allison", home of the Ulverstone Golf Club Inc., is an 18-hole 6104 metre long Par 72 Championship Golf Course with many trees and a varied and challenging layout. Rated in the top 100 courses in Australia, the Club has hosted both state and national competitions. Nestled into the surrounding tall eucalypt forest, the course is renowned for its well-maintained, fully watered fairways and excellent greens. One of the most picturesque sporting venues in the state, it is a challenging golf course, with plenty of trees and undulating fairways to provide an unyielding test of the golfer's ability. Open daily, visiting members of other golf clubs are always welcome. Green fees apply and golf clubs are available for hire.
Enjoy the charm and challenge of Ratho Farm Golf Links - Australia's oldest golf course. Located in Bothwell, On site is the Australian Golf Museum and Clubmaker's Cottage run by Ross Baker, a Traditional Clubmaker, golf pro, historian and curator of the golf museum. A fun challenge to the modern equipped golfer is the rare experience of playing the course as the first golfers did, by hiring Hickory Golf Clubs. Time stands still at Ratho Farm and it is maintained in the tradition of all early golf courses. Grazing sheep are included on the green keeping staff to assist in keeping the fairways mown and provide good playing surfaces. The course is open to visitors at all times, currently with 15 holes. Visitors are invited to play three new holes, which will complete 18 holes from Spring 2010. Make sure you allocate an hour or more to learn about the origins of golf at the Australian Golf Museum, only 5 minutes away in the heart of Bothwell village. Group bookings are welcome, and a day trip/overnight stay in Bothwell can be booked. Activities include hickory golf, a caddy, meals, a personalised tour, guest speakers and visit the Golf Museum.
The New Town Bay Golf Club is a nine-hole metropolitan golf course north of Hobart. The Club is located in the riverside suburb of Lutana, 10 minutes north of the city (six kilometres/four miles). Formerly known as the Ez Risdon Golf Club, the New Town Bay Golf Club is a private course, open to members, associates and members of affiliate clubs. Features of the course include a challenging ninth hole - a 119-metre downhill par three with challenging bunkers surrounding the green. The Club hosts a Ladies competition each Thursday and Men's competition on Saturdays, and there is a licensed bar in the clubhouse for members - opening hours are displayed on the noticeboard. Bookings are recommended. Holes: 9, Par: 64, Length: 3,975 metres, Australian Course Rating: 62
Penguin Golf Course in Tasmania's north-west is a nine-hole bunker free course, but beware the creeks. The club is semi-private/semi-public. A feature of the course is the par 3 120 metre 7th/16th hole which is virtually surrounded by water. The picturesque green is in the middle of a lake with the Dial Ranges in the background. Holes: 9 Par: 71 Length: 5640m ACR: 68.7
Deloraine Golf Course is a nine-hole course located in Tasmania's northwest historic town of Deloraine. The 18-tee course features a challenging par three over a strategically placed dam. Lined with trees, the course has stunning views of Quamby Bluff and the Great Western Tiers mountain range. The Deloraine Golf Course is open to the public seven days a week. There is a clubhouse with fully-stocked bar and kitchen. Test your skills on the two par fives and the longer par fours which challenge even the best of golfers. Enjoy the afternoon in peaceful surrounds and head into the clubhouse for a quiet drink after your round. While you are in Deloraine, visit nearby wineries or take a day trip to Cradle Mountain and walk in the wilderness. You may also like to explore the Limestone caves at Mole Creek. Deloraine is approximately 45-minutes' drive west from Launceston (53 kilometres/33 miles).
The Swansea Golf Club is a scenic, nine-hole course on the coast at Swansea. Swansea is 90 minutes north east of Hobart (134 kilometres/83 miles) and south east of Launceston (133 kilometres/82 miles). This well-maintained course features undulating, tree-lined fairways and small putting greens. The course is right on the coast at Waterloo Point, a short walk from the town centre and the views across Great Oyster Bay to the Freycinet Peninsula are breathtaking. Swansea is a well-supported community course with regular competitions and events. The club has ladies, veterans, juniors, social and members groups and hosts the four-day East Coast Open each Queen's Birthday long weekend in June. Club hire is available locally and you can enjoy a drink and snack in the club house after your round each Saturday and Wednesday afternoon. Holes: 9, Par: 62, Length: 3,824 metres, Australian Course Rating: 60.6.
Launceston Golf Club is an 18-hole course regarded as the toughest championship layout in northern Tasmania. The Launceston Golf Club has a proud reputation locally and interstate for the presentation of its facilities and as an excellent test of golfing ability. The 5987 metre, par 72 layout provides something for all golfers, whether beginners or seasoned players. Carved out of natural bushland it boasts well manicured greens, strategically placed bunkers on every hole and eucalyptus-tree-lined fairways. With stands of black wood and wattle trees throughout the course you are unaware of the close proximity of the surrounding hustle and bustle of the Launceston suburbs. The most interesting hole is Spion Kop, the 159m par 3 thirteenth with out of bounds on the left and a lake on the right. The tee shot over a steep gully must avoid bunkers on three sides of the green. Launceston Golf Club is located at Kingsmeadows in Tasmania's northern city of Launceston.
Sheffield Golf Course, also known as Badger Heights, is a course with a view in north west Tasmania. The nine-hole course is located at the foot of the Badger Range, near Sheffield, 40-minutes south of Devonport (30 kilometres/19 miles) and an hour west of Launceston (93 kilometres/58 miles). Sheffield Golf Course is undulating and heavily wooded, with stands of graceful eucalypts fringing the greens. You can play a challenging round of golf here; the 210 metre, par three sixth with a dam at the back of the green is one of the more demanding holes. Club hire is available for men, women and juniors - and because the course favours left-handed players, some left handed sets are also available for hire. As a green fee guest, you can join members in the regular competitions and relax in the fully-licensed clubhouse after your round. This area is dominated by the craggy peak of Mount Roland (1,234 metres) and the course has outstanding views of the mountain and across the Kentish Plains. There are a number of well-marked bushwalks here, and walking tracks to the summit reward you with stunning views. Holes: 9, Par: 68, Length: 5,041 metres, Australian Course Rating: 65.
Geeveston Golf Club is a nine-hole country golf club at Geeveston in the Huon Valley. Geeveston's location in the southern forests dictate its weather pattern. It may be slightly cooler at any time of the year, so always make sure you have a warm jacket and wet weather gear. To reach Geeveston from Hobart, take the Highway A6 to Huonville and continue through Franklin, home of the Wooden Boat School, to Geeveston.
The Port Sorell Golf Club is located at Shearwater, on Tasmania's central north coast. Shearwater is a 20-minute drive east of Devonport (19 kilometres) and an hour and 20 minutes north west of Launceston (111 kilometres). Built around the Shearwater Country Club, the nine-hole Port Sorell Golf Club is a well-maintained, private course with views of the ocean. Available to club members and guests of the Shearwater Country Club, the Port Sorell Golf Club has a fully-stocked Pro-shop, and club hire is available. After your round, you can enjoy a drink or tasty meal in the Country Club at Beaches Bar and Bistro or The Dunes al fresco dining and entertainment area. Port Sorell is a place to relax. You can swim at a number of beaches near the course, cycle along the esplanade, go boating or take a drive to nearby Devonport to play a round at the 18-hole Devonport Golf Club, home of the annual Tasmanian Open Golf Championships. Port Sorell Golf Club: Holes: 9 (18 Tees), Par: 68, Length: 5,302 metres, Australian Course Rating: 66.3
Poatina Golf Course is a nine-hole course with beautiful mountain views, located in northern Tasmania. The 18-tee (par 73) golf course is host to Tasmania's longest running Pro-Am Tournament held in January each year. The 18 tees add variety, and the small raised greens make this relatively short course a golfing challenge. The 6th hole (a 389 metre par 4) requires a long accurate drive and long second shot to a small green set atop the sloping fairway. Nestled beneath the Western Tiers mountain range the course provides tranquil views of the mountains and surrounding farmland. Visitors are welcome and barbecue facilities are available. Poatina is approximately 50-minutes' (59 kilometres/36 miles) from Launceston.
The Bagdad Public Golf Course is a nine-hole country course north of Hobart. Bagdad is a small rural community, 30 minutes' drive from Hobart's city centre (40 kilometres/25 miles). The Bagdad Public Golf Course has a peaceful, rural atmosphere and features watered, grass greens with the longest hole measuring 1,718 metres (5,636 feet). You can try you luck in the annual Bagdad Open golf tournament which is played here each spring (September/October). The Tasmanian town of Bagdad was named from the classic literary work 'Arabian Nights' by explorer Hugh Germain. The well-educated Germain named several Tasmanian locations from this book and from the Bible, both of which he carried with him wherever he went. Lake Tiberius and the township of Jericho are two such locations, just north of Bagdad.
The Royal Hobart Golf course is a championship 18 hole course East of Hobart in Southern Tasmania. Located at Seven Mile Beach, the course is 20 minutes South-East of Hobart (18 kilometres). The Royal Hobart Golf Course is very tight driving course demanding care from tees and accurate approaches to well bunkered greens. Heavily timbered, the layout is championship quality with dips, hollows and bunkers surrounding many of the immaculately manicured greens. There are excellent practice facilities here, club, trolley and buggy hire, and a driving range. You can also consult the expertise of the course's golf professional and relax in the clubhouse. The Royal Hobart Golf Course hosted the 1971 Australian Open won by Jack Nicklaus. Holes: 18, Par: 72 Length: 6,131 metres, Australian Course Rating: 72
Longford Golf Course is a popular well maintained eleven- hole course near Launceston, northern Tasmania. The par 71 course boasts lush fairways and good greens. There are eleven holes, seven of which have alternate tees. There are two separate final holes that allow for finish in front of the club house. Visitors are welcome. Ladies competition day is each Wednesday, Veterans on Thursday and mixed competitions Saturday and Sunday. While you are in Longford, wander through the historic town and stop by the antique shops and park area. Take a short drive to Woolmers National Rose Gardens or plan a bushwalk in the Great Western Tiers mountain range. Spend a day fly-fishing at the Great Lake or make your way down the Tamar Valley Wine Route. Longford is about 20-minutes' drive (27 kilometres/17 miles) from Launceston.
The Murraville Golf Club is a scenic nine-hole course at Dunalley, south east Tasmania. Dunalley is a 50-minute drive south east of Hobart (61 kilometres) at the northern tip of the Tasman Peninsula. The Murraville Golf Club features a generally flat, tight layout with watered greens, tees and surrounds. Narrow fairways, strategically placed bunkers and abundant trees add challenge to your round. The ninth hole is a highlight, requiring a long shot over water to the green. The Club hosts regular competitions including the Saturday men's competition, Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday mixed competition and Friday morning ladies' competition. Like many Tasmanian golf courses, the Murraville Golf Club treats golfers with fantastic views of the surrounding forest and ocean. Guides, clubs and buggy hire are all available, the club house is open for drinks each day and snacks and meals can also be arranged. Holes: 9, Par: 66, Length: 4,032 metres, Australian Course Rating: 61.1
Putters Adventure Golf is a miniature golf complex at Moonah, north of Hobart. Moonah is five minutes' drive from Hobart's central business district (five kilometres/three miles). You can play a round of mini-golf on Putters Adventure Golf's all-weather putting courses - including the 18-hole Mountain and the Mill - an indoor course spread over three levels and featuring a Tasmanian rainforest display. Test your skill on greens with challenging banks and turns, sand traps, rough turf and rock hazards or try a game of virtual golf in the two full-swing golf simulators. After your round you can relax at the Clubhouse Café to enjoy tasty snacks, espresso coffee and creamy Tasmanian ice cream while your children have fun in the nearby Adventure Playground. Open daily, except for Christmas Day, Putters Adventure Golf also caters for groups, and has ample parking and easy access to regular public transport.
The Cygnet Public Golf Course is a nine-hole country course in the Huon Valley. The course overlooks Port Cygnet Bay and the township of Cygnet, and is a 50-minute drive south of Hobart (66 kilometres/41 miles). The Cygnet Public Golf Course offers nine diverse holes and a layout that makes the most of the course's natural landscape. No two holes here are the same and the natural hazards, including dams and creeks, make for an interesting round of golf. Green fees give you access to the course for the day and club and buggy hire are available - bookings for hire equipment are recommended. Change rooms and refreshments are also available. Holes: nine, Par: 33, Length: 1,760 metres
The Tarraleah Golf Course, is a nine-hole course in the Tasmanian highlands. The course is located at Tarraleah, a holiday village on the edge of the Tasmanian wilderness, two hours north-west of Hobart (122 kilometres). The Tarraleah Golf Course is Australia's highest, offering nine holes of mature fairways, first planted in the 1940s. Grazing wallabies keep the well watered greens trim and the drives are framed by mature eucalypt forest. Clubs and green fees are available from Adventure Tarraleah at the nearby Tarraleah Estate. Between rounds, you can take one of Tasmania's great short walks on the Estate - through temperate rainforest along an elevated tree walk to a waterfall and suspended viewing platform. You can enjoy breakfast and lunch at Teez café or visit the nearby Highlander Hotel for great food, local wine and beers. Charming, art deco cottage or luxury lodge accommodation is available at Tarraleah. Holes: 9, Par 69, Length: 5,395 metres
Greens Beach Golf Course is a nine-hole course situated by the sea, in Tasmania's north-east. Situated by the sea on Bass Strait, this course (par 70) features undulating, heavily tree-lined fairways with many strategically placed bunkers. This popular course is maintained in excellent condition all year round. Social groups, visitors and new members are welcome. Clubhouse bar and barbecue facilities are available seven days a week. Greens Beach is a take-off point for Narawntapu National Park. If you are staying in the area, be sure to explore the impressive national park and beaches of the northeast region. Greens Beach is approximately 60 kilometres (37 miles) north-west of Launceston and at the mouth of the Tamar River.
Gently undulating fairways, grass greens. Competition open to visitors on Wednesday evenings during daylight saving time. Bookings advised. There is a practice fairway. Club and buggy hire is available. The club house bar is open 7 days, snacks and BBQ available. Course information: Holes: 9 Par: 68 ACR 64 Length: 2170m
The South Arm RSL Golf Course is a public golf course in south east Tasmania. South Arm is 40 minutes south east of Hobart (37 kilometres/23 miles) overlooking the mouth of the Derwent Estuary and northern entrance to the D'Entrecasteaux Channel. Also known as the Iron Pot Golf Club, the South Arm RSL Golf Course is a relatively flat nine-hole golf course with coastal views. The course features watered greens which present several challenges for the golfer. You can enjoy a drink in the bar after your round seven days a week, and the club offers dinner Friday and Saturday evenings and lunch on Sunday. Holes: 9, Par: 70, Length: 5,174 metres, Australian Course Rating: 67.
The Tasmania Golf Club is an 18-hole course at Barilla Bay, east of Hobart. Barilla Bay is close to Hobart airport, fifteen minutes (20 kilometres/12 miles) from the city centre. With spectacular views over Barilla Bay, this championship course has many superb holes and undulating fairways lined with towering trees. Located on a promontory jutting into the Bay, the course is surrounded by water on three sides. You can enjoy a challenging round of golf here - including the third signature hole - a 527-metre par five which is which is considered one of the best par fives in Australia. The Tasmania Golf Club was established in 1971; the layout was designed by Al Howard and the course built by Ian Grimsey. This course consistently rates in the top 30 in Australia and Norman Von Nida once described it as the equal of any in the world. You can relax with a drink or meal in the clubroom after your round. A club professional, practice facilities, driving range and club, trolley and golf cart hire are also available. Holes: 18, Par: Men 72, Ladies 74; Length: Men 6,212 metres, Ladies 5,532 metres; Australian Course Rating 73.
Burnie Golf Club is a nine hole golf course with undulating tree lined fairways with some hills. Excellent grass greens year round. Greenside bunkers 1st, 2nd and 3rd holes. It has practice nets, fairway, putting green. Mens competition Thursday and Saturday 7.30 - 9 am and 11.15 - 1 pm. Ladies competition Wednesday 9.30 am. Veteran competitions alternate Tuesday 9.30 am. Bookings are advised. Club house showers, bar, snacks on competition days. Barbecue or meal available for group bookings. Friday night - counter meals from 6 pm. Holes: 9 Par: 72 Length: 5690m ACR: 68.9
Malahide Golf Club is a nine-hole course situated in Tasmania's rural north east at Fingal. The par 72 course is set in beautiful surrounds with grass greens. It follows a gently undulating landscape with few hills. Greens, tees and fairways are carefully watered. It is open all year round and bookings are not necessary with visitors welcome. Men's competition is held on Saturday at 11am and Lady's competition on Wednesday at 11am. The Clubhouse has a bar and snack facilities. There are barbecue facilities also available. Visit the fascinating old mining villages in the hills around Mathinna nearby. Drive to secluded bush walks in the Douglas-Apsley National Park and pristine silver beaches along the east coast nearby, stopping on the way for the best views and pancakes at the Famous Mt. Elephant Pancake Barn. Fingal is about one hour and 20-minutes' drive (108 kilometres/67 miles) from Launceston.
Huon Heights Public Golf Course is a nine-hole golf course at Huonville in Tasmania's south. Huonville sits on the banks of the tranquil Huon River, surrounded by the colours of orchards, and the peaks of the World Heritage Area. Huonville is a 40-minute drive (38 kilometres/24 miles) south of Hobart along the A6 highway.
The Colebrook Golf Club is a nine-hole, country course at Campania, north east of Hobart. The course is a 30-minute drive north east of Hobart (35 kilometres) and a short drive north of Richmond. The Colebrook Golf Club is set in a peaceful rural environment in the Coal River Valley. The club caters for members with mixed competitions held each Saturday and Thursday morning and a chicken run each Thursday afternoon. Casual players are welcome on non-competition days. Holes: nine, Par 70, Length: 5,520 metres, Australian Course Rating 67.6.
Mowbray Golf Club Ltd offers an 18-hole championship golf course in Launceston, northern Tasmania. The meticulously kept course is located just minutes out of Launceston's central business district (par 71). The club has excellent facilities including a licensed clubhouse and function centre, open seven days a week. The golf club provides a greenbelt environment within the northern suburban area of Launceston and allows local citizens to enjoy the club's sporting and first class amenities. A full time registered PGA golf professional is available for golf lessons, as well as offering the largest stocked golf shop in the northern suburbs. You can purchase all major brands of golf clubs at the golf shop with tailor-made clubs also available. Hire a motorised golf cart or choose to use a push buggy. The club is private and has a state-wide reputation as a friendly, hospitable club. It offers members and their guests a quality golf course and top facilities including onsite parking. Mowbray Golf Club Ltd is located approximately five-minutes' drive from central Launceston.
Mt Vista Golf Club is a nine hole golf course at Waratah on Tasmania's west coast. Just 35 minutes drive from Burnie this pretty course overlooks the town of Waratah towards Mt.Bischoff. The 570 metre par-5 5th hole is one of the longest in the State with out of bounds on one side and trees lining the other. A very well drained course due to the basalt base. Visitors welcome. Holes: 9 Par: 70 Length: 5254m ACR: 67
The Zeehan Golf Course is a challenging, nine-hole course in western Tasmania. Zeehan is a classified historic town, two hours' drive south west of Burnie (155 kilometres/96 miles) and 40 minutes north of Strahan (46 kilometres/29 miles). This short but tough Zeehan Golf Course includes three, par three holes and five par fours. The course has a light coverage of trees and most greens are elevated, increasing your challenge. Green fee guests are welcome; the course does not have hire or club room facilities. The Zeehan Golf Course rewards players with stunning views of surrounding mountains, including Mount Heemskirk. This small, forested mountain was named by explorers Bass and Flinders after a ship used by Abel Tasman during his epic voyage of discovery to Van Dieman's Land in 1642. In the early 20th century, Zeehan was Tasmania's third largest town, with a population of 10,000 people. You can discover the town's rich mining heritage at the West Coast Pioneer Memorial Museum. Take a walk to see Zeehan's many historic buildings, including the Gaiety Theatre (1899), once Australia's largest concert hall and theatre. Holes: 9, Par: 68, Length: 4,524 metres, Australian Course Rating: 65.
Bridport Golf Club provides a picturesque nine-hole golf course at Bridport in northern Tasmania. The course has 18 alternate tees (par 72) and is open to the public every day. The comfortable club house has a well-stocked bar. Sharpen your putting skills on the putting green or make use of the driving net where you can warm up your swing. The course is about five minutes away from the popular Barnbougle Links course, just across the river. The active club has veterans, men and women playing most days of the week and has competition play on Saturday. While you are in Bridport, be sure to visit other attractions in the region. In less than an hour from the golf course, you can visit Bridestowe Lavender Farm, the north-east wineries and stunning coastal national parks. Take a bottle of your favourite coastal wine home to enjoy with dinner. Wander along pristine beaches or enjoy snorkelling, swimming and sailing in the region. Cast a fishing line from the beach and enjoy excellent river and lake fishing nearby. Bridport Golf Club is approximately one hours' drive (85 kilometres/53 miles) from Launceston.
Exeter Golf Club Inc is a 9-hole golf course just outside of Launceston in Tasmania's north. The course has 18 alternate tees (par 71) and a spacious club house with licensed bar. The fairways and greens are well maintained and in good condition year round. There is also a driving range to fine tune your swing. Saturday is competition day and all days are open to the public for a round. The course has its challenges with some testing hilly areas and visitors are always welcome. While you are in the area, visit the neighbouring fruit orchards and take time to venture out to Beauty Point and Beaconsfield. At Beauty Point you can visit Seahorse World and Platypus House while in Beaconsfield learn of the intriguing mining history. Also not far away is the Tamar Valley Wine Route, where you can sample some of Tasmania's finest cool-climate wines. Have lunch at one of the picturesque vineyards or take a bottle of your favourite wine down to the banks of the Tamar River and enjoy a picnic. The river is home to a range of wildlife and birdlife. Exeter is a 20-minute drive north (26 kilometres/16 miles) of Launceston.