Settled at Seven Mile Beach on a sand based 175 acre site beside Hobart airport, the course was officially opened in 1963 by the Governor of Tasmania, Sir Charles Gairdner. The course is renowned for the quality of its bunkers, and has hosted many Tasmanian Opens and national Amateur championships.
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Bounded by water on three sides, the spectacular Tasmania Golf Club course is set on the picturesque Barilla Bluff. The course has a beauty all of its own combining stands of eucalyptus trees and native shrubs. Narrow tree-lined fairways are augmented by superb panoramic views with large rolling greens and strategically placed green-side bunkers.
Kingston Beach Golf Club, situated in a popular seaside suburb, is traversed by Browns River and offers spectacular views of Mount Wellington and local beaches and rivers. The course also boasts a unique feature: a mechanical inclinator that elevates golfers back to the eighteenth tee. Home to many grand old trees - blackwoods, birches, willows and cottonwoods, the course is a proclaimed wildlife sanctuary.
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Claremont is the only private Golf Club with public access, situated in the northern suburbs of Hobart and is within close proximity to the city and surrounding suburbs. The club has a long history in the area and welcomes new members. It is surrounded on 3 sides by the Derwent River on three sides with amazing views to Mt. Wellington and Mt. Direction.