Barnbougle to the Bay of Fires

Discover Tasmania’s incredible East Coast on this active adventure. Tee off on the world-renowned Barnbougle golf course. Traverse the remote coastal wilderness of the Bay of Fires on an unforgettable four-day walking tour. And savour the surprising luxury of the Bay of Fires Lodge. Departs 1 Oct–1 May.



Journey Highlights

  • Tee off at one of Australia’s top golf destinations, Barnbougle
  • Embark on a small group guided walk along the iconic Bay of Fires
  • Explore pristine beaches and secluded coves
  • Stay at the architect-designed Bay of Fires Lodge

Private Journey       

From AU$4,315 per person twin share

*subject to availability and seasonality

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Arrive Launceston

Drop your bags at the hotel before driving to Barnbougle Golf Links Resort, one of Australia’s top golf destinations. Carved out of an extraordinary coastline, Barnbougle is a true golfing treasure. Enjoy 18 holes at The Dunes, rated #2 golf course in Australia and #35 in the world. Return to your waterfront hotel and celebrate a successful round.
Peppers Seaport Hotel

 

 

Birdport

Today, enjoy 18 holes at Lost Farm, Barnbougle’s second course. Just a short pitching wedge across the river from The Dunes, Lost Farm promises a thrilling challenge for golfers of all levels. After your game, journey to the impeccably-restored Quamby Estate just outside Launceston. This charming mid-1800s homestead is your starting point for the Bay of Fires hike.
Quamby Estate | B

 

 

Bay of Fires

Today, enjoy 18 holes at Lost Farm, Barnbougle’s second course. Just a short pitching wedge across the river from The Dunes, Lost Farm promises a thrilling challenge for golfers of all levels. After your game, journey to the impeccably-restored Quamby Estate just outside Launceston. This charming mid-1800s homestead is your starting point for the Bay of Fires hike.
Quamby Estate | B

 

 

Bay of Fires

Continue south today and marvel at the contrast of the blazing orange granite rocks and pristine beaches with dazzling blue waters. Lunch in a sheltered cove on the way to Eddystone Point Lighthouse. Traverse hidden coves and spy native animals on the marsupial lawns. Trek the final stretch of beach to arrive at the architect-designed Bay of Fires Lodge. Find your spot on the deck for a warm footbath and a cold beverage or two (Walking approx 14km, 7 hours).
Bay of Fires Lodge | BLD

 

 

Bay of Fires

Explore your way today. Spend an idyllic morning kayaking on Ansons River and a stroll over the dunes. Relax and watch dolphins head out into the Tasman Sea. Or pamper yourself with a treatment at the lodge’s eco-spa overlooking the Bay of Fires. Later, a feast with fellow trekkers of Tasmanian produce matched with fine local beer and wine.
Bay of Fires Lodge | BLD

 

 

Launceston

Explore nearby beaches and headlands, sink into the outdoor tub, or curl up with a book from the lodge’s library. Later, venture through the fragrant eucalypt forests and coastal heathland before returning to Quamby Estate (Walking approx 4km, 1 hour).

Quamby Estate | BL

 

 

Depart Lauceston

Farewell new friends and transfer to Launceston Airport.
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