Jumbo Golf is offering a group tour for golf enthusiasts to Tasmania, Australia, for a top-notch teeing off experience in some of the Southern Hemisphere’s finest golf courses, combined with indulgence in the freshest seafood, accommodation luxury and sightseeing.

During the period, when Hong Kong is shivering from the wintry cold, you can bask in the mild Australian weather with us and enjoy farm produce and seafood – oysters, lobsters, mussels and more - that are fresher than fresh, purer than pure. Look out for our visit to BrunyIsland, where a lavish seafood feast awaits you.

On the north East coast of Tasmania lies a hidden gem and two of the world's top Links golf courses, Barnbougle Dunes and Barnbougle Lost Farm.Conveniently accessible to your hotel, it offers the best natural landscape and terrains and a links layout comparable to the Scottish original. It’s also a walk-course with no golf carts allowed unless by medical reason, so as to preserve its grassland in impeccable condition. Besides the Barnbougles, we’ll also play at Country Club of Tasmania and Royal Hobart Golf Club respectively (golf carts available for rental there).

At the hotels we’ve arranged in this trip, you will be surrounded by luxury and taste. One example is Islington Hotel, Hobart. With stunning views of MountWellington, this luxurious exclusive enclave has a very limited number of rooms each of a distinctive character. Built in 1847, Islington’s Regency architecture has been restored to showcase its original glory. The owner will reserve entry-level rooms for us, but if our group outgrows its original capacity, free room upgrades will be offered to the ones who are the earliest to register and pay for this tour. Indeed, the Hotel, more of a well resourced friend’s private country manor with premium taste, has only eleven suites in total.

So hurry and act now !






HKD 34,800 / per person + tax

Suggested Itinerary:

Day 1 Hong Kong to Tasmania via Melbourne

Take a night flight from Hong Kong to Melbourne for domestic plane transfer to Launceston

Flight details:

QF30 Hong Kong/Melbourne 1930/0755 (next day)

QF 5737 Melbourne/Launceston 1230/1335

Day 2 Launceston / Tamar Valley Wine Route/Bridestowe Lavender Farm

Upon arrival at Launceston around noon, proceed to visit the vineyards of the TamarValley which is about 30 minutes away from Launceston. The TamarValley area– the oldest wine region in Tasmania–is beautifully crowded with more than 20 cellar doors located along the wine route. Savour a sumptuous meal followed by some of the finest wines in the region.

After lunch, visit Bridestowe, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest lavender farm which is with a gift shop and interpretive farm tours.

After the visit, proceed to Clarion Hotel City Park Grand and check in. The hotel is a heritage 1850's property lovingly renovated to modern comfort and elegance, while still reflecting the style and grace of the 1800's yet with all modern facilities. The rooms are not only spacious but also gorgeously and immaculately decorated to help you gain restful sleep at night. Easily one of the most luxurious accommodations you can find in Launceston.

Dine in a local refined restaurant featuring creamy seafood soup with local mussels, clams and other sea produces, carpaccio of beef with baby beetroots, etc.

Accommodation: ClarionHotelCityPark Grand, Launceston

Day 3 Launceston – Golf & Winery Visit

After breakfast, enjoy a morning round of 18 hole golfing at the Country Club of Tasmania, a championship 18-hole golf course in Launceston. Designed by Mike Wolveridge and British Open champion Peter Thompson, the scenic outlooks, challenging fairways and expansive greens are of international standard.

After golfing, if time permits, proceed to a winery visit

Dine at an award winning restaurant specialising in local produce.

Accommodation: ClarionHotelCityPark Grand, Launceston

Day 4 Prepare To be Awed by Spectacular Setting Barnbougle Lost Farm Golf Course

After breakfast, continue taking on the test of links golf in Barnbougle Lost Farm. In 2010 the highly acclaimed new comer "Lost Farm" golf club, situated just adjacent to "The Dunes" has completed and taken the golf world by storm as it comes in at 82 in Golf Magazine World Top 100 Golf Courses shortly after its official opening. The award bears testament to the incredible vision of course architect Bill Coore and the breathtaking views of Barnbougle region.

Check into Barnbougle Lost Farm Lodge. With views of the course, coastline and Tasmanian hinterland each room is only a short stroll to the Lodge Restaurant, Spa, Clubhouse and first tee. Stylishly appointed, the Lost Farm Lodge provides an elegant accommodation option for golfers wishing to stay on site at the golf course.

As dusk approaches, watch the sunset and enjoy a fabulous 3 course dinner at its restaurant.

Accommodation: Barnbougle Lost Farm Lodge

Day 5 Take on Challenges at Barnbougle’s 2nd course, the Dunes

After breakfast check out of hotel and proceed to the Barnbougle Dunes for a round of 18-hole golfing. The 18- hole championship layout was designed by well-known course architects Tom Doak and Mike Clayton, and is set among spectacular sand dunes overlooking Bass Strait. The course has been highly rated since opening in 2005, recognized as Australia's number one public access course. As the first new Australian course to enter the World's Top 100 courses since rankings began, it is also ranked the fourth best course built anywhere in the world for the past 70 years. There is also a close resemblance between Barnbougle and the ruggedness of original beauties such as St Andrews, Scotland and Ballybunion, Ireland.

After golfing, proceed to Barnbougle Lost Farm Lodge.

As we’ll be staying at Barnbougle onsite hotel for two nights in a row, you may consider playing more than 18-holes a day. Get a morning round in, have lunch and a rest and get back out in the afternoon for a modest supplementary surcharge. Late afternoon golf with your mates on a golf course as spectacular as Barnbougle Dunes or Lost Farm is as good as you’ll get

Dine at the Clubhouse at your own pace and preference.

Accommodation: Barnbougle Lost Farm Lodge

Day 6 Lunch on Fishermen’s catches & Frecinet Bay Discovery

After breakfast, you'll have the whole day to explore the rugged and beautiful Freycinet region has to offer including WineglassBay, Coles, Moulting Lagoon, SpikyBridge, etc.

Lunch at the Blue Shed Restaurant. Situated in the seaside town of St Helens, just three metres from the quay where fishermen bring in their catches fresh, the restaurant combines spectacular waterfront views of the East Coast with Tasmania’s famously fresh seafood. This versatile venue boasts floor to ceiling glass window panelling, spaciously set tables and a simple, modern design, allowing you to sit back and unwind. Its menu is full of fresh seafood dishes depending on the fishermen’s catches of the day .

Upon duskfall, proceed to Swansea, a fishing port and seaside resort spectacularly beautiful with brilliant white beaches, where the pink contours of the Hazards Mountains shimmer in the distance. The well-preserved architecture here dates from the 1830s to the 188os.

Check into Piermont Retreat, which offers boutique luxury accommodation overlooking the beautiful FreycinetPeninsula at 15 beautiful cottages, each individually designed and built using the highest quality natural materials. Each is fully self-contained with well appointed furnitures

Accommodation: Piermont Retreat

Day 7 Royal Hobart Golf Club/MONA Fine Dining

After breakfast, proceed to a morning round of 18-hole golfing at Royal Hobart Golf Club.Royal Hobart is recognised as Tasmania’s premier members’ Club and particular emphasis is placed on presenting the course in impeccable condition all year round. Original course designer, Vern Morcom, made best use of the natural sand base to construct over 80 fairway and greenside bunkers. These are a special feature of the course that adds an important dimension to how players of all levels approach their game.

If time permitting, we’ll visit a fruit farm getting your hands dirty picking fresh strawberries and cherries.

Refined dining offering John Dory cooked on the bone, whole roast duck, spanner crab, etc.

Check into Islington Hotel Hobart. Offering lovely views towards MountWellington, the 1847 Islington Hotel offers luxurious accommodation with original artwork and precious antiques. Just 5 minutes’ drive from Sullivans Cove, it features a restaurant and landscaped gardens with an infinity-edge pond. All rooms feature exclusive fabrics designed by Jim Thompson. The marble bathroom includes a bathtub and a separate rain shower.

Accommodation: Islington Hotel Hobart

Day 8 Bruny Island Gourmet Food Trail

After breakfast we'll spend the whole day on an island called BrunyIsland off the coast 45 min drive south west of Hobart city centre. The island is connected to the "Mainland" by ferry which takes 15 min to get across the channel between them.

The island has only a population 600 people but has a number of "boutique food outlets" to tantalise your tasty buds. We have designed a BrunyIsland's gourmet food trail to suit your particular gastronomic fancies.

Black Devil cherries are highly sought after in Australia and around the world for their intense, sweet flavour. As you set your foot on BrunyIsland, there is a small shed on the side of the road, dark red cherries are sold here in bags and boxes from after Christmas until the middle of February. Located three kilometres from the ferry, the Smokehouse is a small, quaint stone cottage with great views across Sykes Cove and the Channel. You can sample and buy Tasmanian produce that has been smoked on the premises such as trout, salmon, oysters, mussels, duck and more.

If time permits, we will stop over at Jetty Cafe for a coffee. It opened at the end of 2009 and is a welcome addition to the dining scene on BrunyIsland. The stylish and modern cafe/restaurant has a beautiful outlook over Barnes Bay. The spacious verandah has generous railings that are wide enough to safely rest a glass on while enjoying the fresh air and an uncrowded beach view. Many of the ingredients are sourced from local producers, such as lamb from the Murrayfield, and prepared with skill and imagination.

After all these gourmet food, you probably will fall asleep and have a nice dream on your way back to Hobart.

Enjoy a romantic farewell dinner at a refined local restaurant.

Accommodation: Islington Hotel Hobart

Day 9: Morning Flight from Hobart to HK via Melbourne

After breakfast proceed to HobartAirport for flight return to Hong Kong via Melbourne.

Flight details:
QF 5700 Hobart/Melbourne 0745/0900

QF 29 Melbourne/Hong Kong 1050/1715 (same day)


Tour Price@HKD 34,800 per person (including airticket except taxes),

Inclusive of:

7 night accommodation (twin-sharing), economy class round-trip air ticket on Qantas Airways between HKG and Tasmania via Melbourne

4 rounds of 18-hole golfing with green fee only as mentioned in the itinerary on specified golf courses

Sightseeing programs as mentioned in the above itinerary

Meals including daily breakfast, 3 lunches & 6 dinners (beverage on guests' own account unless otherwise stated)

Transportation on a chauffeur driven coach service as mentioned in the above itinerary

Escort service on the tour

Levy fee of Travel Industry Council

Tour price exclusive of:

All airport and city taxes, fuel surcharges & security charges

Tippings for driver and escort in the amount of HK$1,200 per customer

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