9 Jun 2020

To celebrate the success of Australia’s COVID-19 control, and the reopening of Tasmania’s awesome foursome (Cape Wickham, Barnbougle Dunes, Lost Farm, Ocean Dunes), Planet Golf and its travel partners have put together a special June giveaway.


All golfers who book a trip to Tasmania before June 30 will receive a free Under Armour polo, valued at RRP $70.

Planet Golf partners with Air Adventure Golf Tours on its Tasmanian golf packages, and after having to reschedule 350 golfers when the COVID-19 outbreak hit back in March, they have just experienced the strongest 3 weeks of sales in many years.

Golf bookings are back open, and enquiries are flooding in for King Island (Cape Wickham & Ocean Dunes) and Barnbougle Dunes packages, as well as the Ultimate Tassy trip that includes both destinations. All packages include charter flights on a luxurious Swiss built Pilatus PC-12 plane, as well golf bookings, transfers and accommodation. 

Cape Wickham General Manager/Superintendent John Geary confirmed this week that the fescue surfaces are in superb condition and, like Barnbougle Dunes and Ocean Dunes, the resort looks forward to welcoming guests back to the island from September onwards.

Golfers looking to book their Tasmanian adventure can take advantage of this current promotion, and score an Under Armour polo for all members of their group.

For further information please visit our Travel Page here

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