GIORNO 1 - Melbourne

Arrive in Melbourne, be welcomed by a representative and transferred to your hotel.
Melbourne is a dynamic, exciting and evolving city. Melbourne captures Australia's friendly nature but with an added sense of style.
It is our nations fashion capital, the cultural events heartland, and a city passionate about sport.
Celebrated as one of the finest stretches of golf in the world, the Melbourne Sandbelt is home to eight of the country’s finest courses.
The Sandbelt and other great courses make Victoria a must-play destination for the passionate golfer.
Crown Promenade is located within the vibrant Southbank precinct as a premier luxury 4 star hotel in Melbourne. Directly linked to the Crown Entertainment Complex by air bridge, Crown Promenade is also within walking distance to the CBD, the Melbourne Exhibition Centre and many of the city’s most famous arts and sporting facilities including the MCG and Rod Laver Arena. An ideal starting point from which to enjoy the city

Accommodation: Crown Promenade
8 Whiteman Street
Southbank Melbourne VIC 3006
(2 night stay)

This afternoon come on a city tour with a difference… Historic Arcades, Hidden Laneways and Special Places….
We take you on a walking tour of the hidden laneways of Melbourne….local Melbournian will show you the special sights and atmosphere of the City on a casual walking tour through Melbourne’s beautiful laneways and historic arcades.
You will encounter local designers and speciality retailers as you discover some of the City’s best shopping secrets. The tour takes in the history and amazing architecture of the City as well. You will have the opportunity to meet the designers, learn more about how they approach their craft, plus there will be time for a little shopping or a coffee in what is Australia’s largest labyrinth of cobblestone laneways, and art deco arcades. Dine onboard the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant… Short walk from hotel to dinner tonight…. Dining in Melbourne can be a fabulous experience, especially aboard the fleet of historical trams that have become The Colonial Tramcar
Restaurant. These glossy, burgundy restaurants on wheels are the first travelling tramcar restaurants in the world and ensure a delightful innovative approach to dining.
As you cruise the scenic streets of Melbourne, you can enjoy fine cuisine and drink the very best of Australian wines or make a selection from the fully stocked bar.
The atmosphere is cosy, the service friendly and the decor as inviting as the colonial period these trams reflect.Up late after dinner and you still like to have a few drinks, Melbourne has a number of options from funky bars or wild dance floors at exciting nightclubs as well as relaxed piano bars or local
pubs with live music… there is something for everybody!

GIORNO 2 - Melbourne

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel
This morning first round of golf in Australia at Melbourne’s original golf course!
Transfer from your hotel to Royal Melbourne….
Royal Melbourne has hosted The Presidents Cup twice, first time in 1998 when it was the first
time held outside the USA. The event returned in 2011.
Some of the worlds major golfers have played this course such as Tiger Woods, Fred Couples,
Adam Scott and Greg Norman to just name a few.
Royal Melbourne Golf Club is a 36-hole golf club in Australia, located in Black Rock, Victoria,
a suburb of Melbourne. The West course is ranked
in the top ten courses in the world (or outside the
United States).Founded in 1891, it is Australia's
oldest extant and continually existing golf club.
Royal Melbourne has hosted numerous national
and international events, including the 1959
Canada Cup (now Mission Hills World Cup), and
the 1970 World Cup. It was selected by the PGA
Tour to hold the Presidents Cup, for the first time
outside the United States, in December 1998. The match was convincingly won by the
International team, captained by Peter Thomson, who had himself earlier served as the Club
professional at Royal Melbourne. The course hosted the Presidents Cup again in November
2011, won by the United States. The course also hosted the Women's Australian Open for the
first time in February 2012, now an LPGA tour event.
• Designer: Alister Mackenzie (1931)
• Length: 6061/Par 72
• West Course Ranked: #3 in Australia and #12 in World
• Hire: Clubs and Carts. Caddies available.
“Heaven! The Greens are so beautiful, the course is so beautiful, I just want to get out there and play.”- Greg
Evening at leisure…

GIORNO 3 - Kingston

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel
Morning golf at Kingston Heath Golf Club
Transfer from your hotel to Kingston Heath.
Kingston Heath Golf Club is one of Australia’s best golf courses. Ranked as the number one
course in Australia and the 27th best course in the world, Kingston Heath enjoys an enviable
reputation for its superb conditioning all year round. Kingston Heath has hosted many major
tournaments including 7 Men’s Australian Opens, 1 Women’s Australian Open, 7 Australian
Match Championships, 2 Tournament Players Championships, 7 Victorian Opens, 4 British Open Qualifying & the 2009 Australian Masters It has just undergone major clubhouse
renovations and we are now showcasing an amazing new clubhouse.
• Designers: Dan Soutar (1925)/Alister Mackenzie (1926)
• Length: 6436/ Par 72
• Ranked: #1 in Australia # 16 in World
• Hire: Clubs, shoes, electric carts on application and with medical certificate
“You have so many different options on the course; off the tees, options near the greens. Golfers rave about
Kingston Heath and I can understand why.”— Tiger Woods
After a morning of great golf, sit down, relax and enjoy lunch.
The Kingston Heath Golf Club offers world-class food & service with all the ambience of a traditional
golf club steeped in heritage.
Transfer back to hotel after lunch…
This afternoon transfer from Melbourne to beautiful Mornington Peninsula, the Mornington
Peninsula is an 80 minute drive from Melbourne. The rugged coastal area provides perfect links
conditions with The National (3 courses), The Cape, The Dunes, Portsea and Moonah Links
providing exceptional golfing experiences. The region is also famous for it's wines, which are
considered some of the finest in the country.
Drive along our coastlines with their waterfront restaurants, cafes and lavish cliff-top mansions
and you could well imagine that you've arrived in the
you're in for some delightful surprises. Cliff-top
mansions, lively local markets, grand historic gardens
and galleries spilling over with art and antiques create
colour and life around our seaside villages.
The bays tempt you with every type of water sport you
could wish for, from sailing to scuba diving, fishing to
sea kayaking.
Indulgence is something we also do very well on the Mornington Peninsula too.
Mornington Peninsula wineries offer 50 cellar doors, along with restaurants and cafes set in
beautifully landscaped gardens and on terraces overlooking the vines. A wine-tasting can stretch
into lunch or dinner, and then into an overnight stay in a luxurious suite.
A game of golf on one of our 18 courses can also stretch into a post-game drink on a shady
verandah, dinner in a fine restaurant and a night in a resort hotel right on the golf course.
And this only just an hour from Melbourne, even though the Mediterranean-like coastline may
make you feel we're a world away….
Accommodation: Peppers Moonah Links
Peter Thomson Drive
Fingal Vic 3939
(2 night stay)
Located on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula amidst a natural undulating landscape, Peppers Moonah
Links Resort is known as the home of Australian golf and is one of Australia’s most unique leisure
resorts combining two 18 hole championship golf courses, an endota spa and luxury accommodation.

GIORNO 4 - Mornington

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel
Morning golf at The National Golf Club at the Mornington Peninsula
The National Golf Club, located at Cape Schanck
on Victoria's spectacular Mornington Peninsula, is
one of Australia's ultimate golfing experiences.
Only a short drive from Melbourne, The National
boasts 3 championship courses, all listed in
Australia's top 40 (2010 rankings). The Old
designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, The Moonah
designed by Greg Norman and The Ocean
designed by Thomson, Wolveridge & Perrett are
remarkably unique, and all offer the most incredible
golfing experience. 18 hole championship courses
currently ranked 8, 14 and 46 respectively, out of the top 100 Australian courses.
• Designers: Old Course: Robert Trent Jones Jnr
Moonah Course : Greg Norman
Ocean Course : Thomson, Wolveridge & Perrett
• Length: 6313m / 6576m / 6539m / Par 72/72/72
• Ranked: #7 in Australia
• Hire: Carts & clubs
Enjoy lunch at the state-of the-art clubhouse which is surrounded by stunning wild vegetation
with magnificent views of the sea. It overlooks the Moonah and Ocean courses built on rolling
sand dunes in classic ‘ linksland’ and is the venue for grand events and celebrations. Although an
exclusive private club, The National Golf Club does allow selected groups to play the fine
courses and use the excellent facilities. These groups include interstate and overseas visitors.
Tonight dinner at Red Hill Estate, a boutique Australian multi-award winning wine producer, with
stunning views over the vines to Westernport bay and Phillip Island, Max's is the ultimate destination
dining experience.
Adjoining the cellar door, Max's offers an award winning modern Australian menu, showcasing the
best regional produce. Dishes are designed to perfectly complement the fabulous range of Red Hill
Estate wines.
After dinner transfer back to your hotel.

GIORNO 5 - National Golf

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel
This morning we return to The National Golf Club, it’s time to try our hand at the ‘Moonah’
designed by Greg Norman…
Later this afternoon we head back to Melbourne…
Accommodation: Crown Promenade
8 Whiteman Street
Southbank Melbourne VIC 3006
(3 night stay)
Evening at leisure…

GIORNO 6 - Victoria Golf Club

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel
Morning golf at Victoria Golf Club
The Victoria Golf Club is one of Australia's top ten golf courses and Home of the 1961 and 81
Australian Open and 96, 97 ,98 Victorian Open. It is acclaimed
by golfers the world over for its fine hospitality and superb
world championship course. Situated in the heart of Melbournes
rolling sandbelt country, in the beachside suburb of
Cheltenham, it offers a sporting experience on par with the
worlds best. The beautifully landscaped par 72 course is
designed to challenge both the amateur and professional golfer
and was the host club for the 2002 Australian Open
Championship and the 2010 and 2011 Australian Masters.
Situated in the beachside suburb of Cheltenham, Victoria offers a golfing experience on par with
the world’s best. The beautifully landscaped course is designed to challenge both the amateur and
professional golfer. It is one of the regions tougher courses, with lightning-fast greens and some
of the best bunkering in Australia.
• Designers: Oscar Damman & Bill Meader, with Dr Alister MacKenzie. Currently – Ogilvy
Clayton Golf Design
• Length: 6278km / Par 72
• Ranked: #9 in Australia
• Hire: Carts & clubs
Transfer back to the hotel after yet another great round of golf…
Tonight be ready for the best seafood in town, sit down and relax while sampling a 6
course Chef’s Tasting menu…
The Atlantic is inspired by the famous New York meat packing district and the hustle and bustle
of the fish markets of years gone by, in New York and Chicago.
With an uncompromising focus on excellence – The Atlantic seafood is sourced from Australia’s
very best producers, it is this spirit that infuses every aspect of the restaurant, from its design and
ambience to service and of course its cuisine- all in this magnificent waterfront location.
The Atlantic experience is designed for all the senses and can be enjoyed in many ways, from the
oyster bar and a la carte menus through to Donovan Cooke’s signature degustation menus.
A true ocean to plate experience!
Short walk back to hotel after dinner…

GIORNO 7 - Metropolitan Golf Club

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel
This morning we play at Metropolitan Golf Club
Tucked away quietly in Melbourne’s south-east, just fifteen minutes from the CBD, The
Metropolitan Golf Club is one of the renowned Sandbelt courses and for almost a century has
been regarded as one of the finest championship courses in Australia.
Metropolitan Golf Club is a private club that enjoys a reputation as one of the best-conditioned
and most beautiful courses in the country. Pure couch grass fairways with large, fast bent-grass
greens that are hand-mown to the edges of the greenside bunkers add greatly to the challenge of
the course. In total there are 106 bunkers and almost every hole is flanked by huge stands of
Australian native trees which provide sanctuary to many species of native birds.
The course has continually challenged the best players in the world. Peter Thomson began his
brilliant career with a win here in the 1951 Australian Open. Jack Newton won the Australian
Open in 1979 by one shot from a young Greg Norman, who three putted the final green.
In 2001 the course hosted the World Matchplay Championships-a tournament which saw the
world's top golfers gather at Metropolitan for a unique matchplay event where the unlikely
winner Steve Stricker walked away with a cool $1 million pay cheque.
Most recently the course hosted the 2009 Women’s Australian Open with former world number
one Laura Davies prevailing in a very exciting finish.
Metropolitan Golf Club can also be described as the Australian equivalent of Augusta National.
The perfect fairways, marbletop greens and blindingly white bunkers all combine to offer a test
of golf not seen previously in Australia. Metropolitan is a tough but fair test of golf.
• Designers: J B MacKenzie (original) - Dr Alister MacKenzie, Peter Thomson (previous
modifications) - Ogilvy Clayton Golf Design (current)
• Length: 6430m / Par 72
• Ranked: #10 in Australia
• Hire: Clubs, shoes, electric carts on application and with medical certificate
Transfer back to hotel after a great round of golf at the Metropolitan.
Afternoon & evening at leisure…

GIORNO 8 - Woodlands Golf Club

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel
Morning golf at Woodlands Golf Club
Located in the renowned Melbourne Sandbelt. Highly regarded by
golfing purists, the championship layout provides a true test of golf.
Noted for its high level of course presentation… Woodlands
provides a complete golfing experience.
Largely unheralded outside of Melbourne, the Woodlands Golf
Club is yet another exceptional example of classic Australian golf course architecture. It is also
one of the few private golf clubs that remains on its original site.
• Designers: Mr J D H Scott nd Tom Doak (current)
• Length: 6111m / Par 72
• Ranked: #18 in Australia
• Hire: Carts, clubs and shoes.
Enjoy a casual BBQ lunch on the outdoor Terrace
Overlooking the 18th fairway and practice green, enjoy lunch under the large market style
umbrellas creating a wonderful area for outdoor dining…
Transfer back to hotel to freshen up before our transfer to the airport for our flight to Hobart.
Fly Melbourne to Launceston (cost of flight not included)
Transfer from Launceston airport to Barnbougle.
Located a short 50 minute flight south of Melbourne, Tasmania, Australia’s island state is renown
for its untouched wilderness, pristine coastline, cool climate wines and fresh local produce. On
the north East coast of Tasmania lies a hidden gem and one of the world's top Links golf
courses, Barnbougle Dunes.
Tasmania is home to Australia’s latest twin golfing gems - Barnbougle Dunes and Barnbougle
Lost Farm. Making up two of the six Australian courses ranked within the World Top 100, these
courses have placed Tasmania firmly on the world golf map.
Accommodation: Barnbougle Cottages
425 Waterhouse Road
Bridport TAS, 7262
(3 night stay)
With dramatic golf course views, the Barnbougle cottages are reminiscent of the iconic beach
boxes at Brighton Beach in Victoria, but of course much more spacious inside.
Designed specifically for a foursome of golfers, with two rooms and a modern bathroom, the
patio is the best place to relax and take in the breathtaking sea views as well as golf course vistas.
Only a short stroll to the clubhouse and the first tee, as a guest you have easy access to a
welcoming restaurant, snack bar and lounge.
Offering the unique charm and style of the Tasmanian northeast, all rooms feature the comfort
and services you would expected in a top golfing destination.

GIORNO 9 - Barnbougle Dunes Golf Links

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel…
Golf at Barnbougle Dunes Golf Links
Barnbougle Dunes is a Links Golf Course unlike anything ever seen in Australia. Meandering
over, across and between towering coastal dunes; breathtaking views and thrilling golf come
together in a dramatic setting on Tasmania’s North East coast. Strong enough to test gifted
golfers, yet fair enough to be enjoyed by the average player, the 18 holes championship layout
rivals the great courses of Britain and Ireland. Designed by American Golf Architect Tom Doak
and Australian Mike Clayton.
• Designers: Tom Doak & Mike Clayton
• Length: 6148m / Par 71
• Ranked: #4 in Australia #41 in the World
• Hire: Carts and Clubs. NB: electric cart hire requires medical certificate.
“The dunes, with the ocean back-drop, provide the idyllic ingredients for an outstanding test of true links golf.”—
Jack Newton
Dinner at the Clubhouse
Almost as enjoyable as working up an appetite playing golf at Barnbougle Dunes is satisfying it in
our restaurant.
Casual dining with a spectacular view of dunes that roll to the sea, the clubhouse restaurant offers
one of the best dinning experiences in the north east of Tasmania. The cuisine and specially
prepared dishes take advantage of the freshest Tasmanian produce and seafood, complemented
by a first-class wine list.
Right next door is the lounge, serving a full menu and your favourite drinks well into the night.
Immediately opposite the bar is our enormous deck where you can enjoy a snack, a few ales or
other refreshing drinks. With its spectacular views it is the perfect place to debate who hit the
best shot of the day.
Short stroll back to your cottage after dinner…

GIORNO 10 - Barnbougle Lost Farm Golf Links

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel…
Early morning golf at Barnbougle Lost Farm Golf Links!
Short transfer to Barnbougle Lost Farm this morning…
Designed and constructed by world renowned US golf course design company Coore &
Crenshaw, the Lost Farm course is situated on Barnbougle Farm adjacent to the Barnbougle
Dunes. Lost Farm features 20 holes all of which are playable during any given round, whilst the
layout of holes at Lost Farm also offer a more diverse routing compared to Barnbougle Dunes,
with fairways that roll both along the coast and inland.
With a reputation for minimalist course design and a philosophy that traditional, strategic golf is
the most rewarding, head architect Bill Coore created the 20 hole Lost Farm with the intention of
complementing the canvas provided by the dramatic Anderson Bay coastline.
• Designers: Bill Coore of Coore & Crenshaw
• Length: 6503m / 6263m / Par 78 / 72
• Ranked: #6 in Australia #82 in the World
• Hire: Carts and clubs. NB: electric cart hire requires medial certificate.
“Absolutely stunning! I think that this is not only one of Australia’s best, but one of the best courses in the
world... old or new.”— Geoff Ogilvy
Lunch with stunning views at the Lost Farm Restaurant
Perched atop a coastal dune providing spectacular views of the course and coastline, the Lost
Farm restaurant and lounge provides a picturesque dining experience.
Open for breakfast and dinner daily, our chefs at the Lodge restaurant pride themselves on using
the best locally sourced Tasmanian product in their menu design.
With a generous selection of local Tasmanian and the finest Australian wines on offer, handselect
a tipple from our cellar to accompany your meal. With specialised climate controlled rooms
for the red and white wines, trawling the racks for a bottle that takes your fancy is all part of the
Afternoon Tamar Valley Wine Route
The Tamar Valley Wine Route is a touring route showcasing northern Tasmania’s fine wineries.
Featuring 21 major vineyards and wineries, you can experience the diversity of the Tamar Valley
wineries from family–run wineries and cellar doors to state-of-the-art operations - each with its
own charm and character. You can taste award-winning cool climate wines including renowned
Tasmanian pinot noir, riesling, pinot gris, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay and sparkling wines in
stunning riverside locations, beautiful gardens or elegantly-designed tasting rooms.

GIORNO 11 - Sydney

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel…
Transfer from Barnbougle to Launceston for flight to Sydney.
Fly Launceston to Sydney (cost of flight not included).
We leave the airport behind and commence on an orientation tour of Sydney…
Drive through the historic 'Rocks' area where Australia was first founded with its maze of terrace
houses, restored warehouses, pubs and restaurants.
Drive under the famous 'coat hanger', the Sydney
Harbour Bridge and view Sydney's famous
architectural masterpiece, the Sydney Opera House.
Continue through the commercial area of the city
passing the historical buildings of Macquarie Street -
Parliament House, The Mint and Hyde Park Barracks.
Alight at Mrs Macquarie's Chair for breathtaking views
of the city and harbour. Proceed through cosmopolitan Kings Cross and exclusive garden suburbs to the Gap on the ocean headland at Watsons
Bay. Return to the city via famous Bondi Beach and Paddington, a Victorian suburb of restored terrace
houses richly decorated with cast-iron lace.
Be one of the first to experience the delicious Tour and Tasting Plate package that
combines The Sydney Opera House Tour with world-class delicious alfresco dining at
Opera Kitchen.
Begin your journey by exploring underneath the sails with a spectacular Sydney Opera House
Tour, taking you inside one of the world’s greatest buildings of all time. You will see inside the
theatres, discover the stories, history and magic of the House and learn of how architect Jorn
Utzon’s heritage-listed masterpiece came to life.
You can also decide when to take your Opera Kitchen three-tier gourmet tasting plate, before or
after your tour as lunch. There’s nothing more to do than sit back at Sydney’s newest dining spot
and indulge in the famous oysters, mini wagyu Burgers or dumplings and soak in the Sydney
Harbour views. Opera Kitchen is home to Sydney’s best chefs, food artisans
and producers that will tantalise your tastebuds and leave you spoilt for choice. The perfect way
to experience one of the world’s most stunning icons and Sydney’s newest
dining destination.
Transfer after lunch to your hotel…
Accommodation: The Sebel Pier One Sydney
11 Hickson Road
Sydney NSW 2000
(3 night stay)
Evening at leisure…

GIORNO 12 - NSW Golf Club

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel…
Morning golf at NSW Golf Club with hosted drinks…
The NSW Golf Course is a private golf course, it is situated on the northern headland of historic
Botany Bay, approximately 20 minutes drive
from the CBD. Located in the Sydney suburb of
La Perouse, it is flanked by the rugged cliffs of
Henry Head and the prominent headland of
Cape Banks.
Regarded as one of the top golf courses in
Australia and currently rated number 34 in the
world, NSW is a wonderful combination of
undulating fairways, beautiful scenic vistas and a
recently refurbished clubhouse which is a
magnificent combination of traditional architecture and five star comfort.
The NSW golf course is a links style championship course spectacularly located on the Pacific
Ocean and on historic Botany Bay. Even when there is a gentle breeze prevailing the course will
test the above average player with its tight fairways and testing greens.
When the wind blows it gets tough! Should you lose a ball in the rough then don't bother looking
- just drop another ball and take your penalty.This golf course and club are steeped in history. It is a well known historical fact that Captain
Cook and his crew found their first drinking water in a natural spring below where the18th tee is
located today.
In short, this is more than just a golf course - it is an unforgettable golf and natural experience.
To play golf at NSW Golf Club is to play golf how the game was intended to be played - at the
complete mercy of Mother Nature and the golfer's ability.
NSW Golf Club has also been compared to Pebble Beach. The golf course has definitely more
and better ocean views than Pebble Beach. To play at NSW Golf Club is a ' must ' for all
discerning purist golfers.
Situated on the rugged cliffs at La Perouse, New South Wales Golf Club overlooks Botany Bay where
Captain James Cook first sailed into Australia on the SS Endeavour in 1770. For golfers, however, it
was the visit of another intrepid British pioneer, which gives the site its historical significance.
• Designers: Dr Alister MacKenzie
• Length: 6245 / Par 72
• Ranked: #5 in Australia #34 in the World
• Hire: Carts, clubs and shoes.
“It’s one of the great golf courses I’ve seen, really a fun golf course.”— Arnold Palmer
Enjoy post drinks in the Bar…
Transfer back to hotel …
Twilight Cocktail sail on stunning Sydney Harbour…
A beautiful Beneteau yacht will pull up at Sebel Pier One to
come and collect you for a twilight sail on Sydney Harbour….
Enjoy the views, sit back and relax or try your hand at sailing…
enjoy a drink and canapés while taking in all the icons…
At the conclusion of the cocktail cruise you will be dropped off
at the wharf at Sebel Pier One where we walk to dinner….
Transfer back to your hotel and remainder of the day & evening at leisure..

GIORNO 13 - Cypress Lakes Resort Hunter Valley

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel…
Transfer to the Hunter Valley…
The Hunter Valley region is located within a couple of hours of Sydney. Combining some
championship golf courses with some world class wineries.
The Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest commercial wine producing district established over 150
years ago with over 7000 acres under vine. It is credited with being one of the finest wine growing
regions in the world. Two of its most famous wine styles are the Semillon (often called Hunter
Riesling) and the Shiraz (Hermitage or Burgundy). The Lower Hunter wine region has a well
deserved reputation for Chardonnay, Shiraz, Semillon and the earthy Pinot Noirs.
Upon arrival in the Hunter Valley, check-in to your hotel before we make our way to Esca
Bimbadgen for lunch.
Grand Mercure Apartments, Cypress Lakes Resort is a golf and spa sanctuary, nestled amongst
the vineyards in the heart of Hunter Valley wine country. A scenic 2-hour drive from Sydney, the
Resort is surrounded by the beauty of native Australian bushland and mature gardens. Cypress is
a world away from the pressures of everyday life.
Accommodation: Cypress Lakes Resort Hunter Valley
Mcdonalds Road
Pokolbin NSW 2320
(1 night stay)
Enjoy lunch at Esca Bimbadgen with wines to match. Located within the Bimbadgen Winery,
situated high on a hill in the heart of Hunter Valley Wine Country…
Afternoon play at Cypress Lakes championship golf course
Cypress Lakes 18-hole championship golf course is ranked among the top resort courses in
Australia. Unveiled in 1992, it was designed by Steve Smyers of Florida. The front nine is tree
lined with sloping fairways and the back nine is a links style layout. Not to mention, over 60 huge
bunkers and dramatically shaped and elevated greens. As well as each tee and green having
stunning panoramic views of the valleys famous vineyards and surrounding mountains.
The spectacular Resort course offers the golfer a unique experience and ambience where each tee
and green has stunning panoramic views across the immaculately presented property to the
Hunter Valley’s famous vineyards and surrounding Brokenback mountain ranges.
• Designers: Steve Smyers
• Length: 6359 / Par 72
• Ranked: ranked in Australia’s Top 20 Golf Resorts
• Hire: Carts & clubs

GIORNO 14 - The Vintage Golf Club

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel…
Play Golf on the Greg Norman Designed Course at The
The Vintage Golf Club features an 18-hole Greg Norman designed
golf course which has been ranked among the best in Australia,
situated two hours drive north of Sydney. The 18-hole course
measures 6,310 metres with a par of 71 and is the only Greg
Norman designed public access golf course in the Hunter Valley
and NSW.
The 18 hole championship course gently winds around undisturbed
wetlands, water carries, eucalypts and the Beggars Bridge and
Bimbadgen vineyards. The magnificent $5 million Clubhouse
overlooks the 18th hole and has been designed to blend with the unique style of the Hunter
Valley region, generously featuring sandstone and timber.
The fully serviced driving range is open seven days a week. Practice putting green is located near
the Golf Shop and the practice chipping holes are located near the driving range. Leading brand
golf clubs are available for hire.
• Designers: Greg Norman, Bob Harrison
• Length: 6310 / Par 71
• Ranked: #50 in Australia (sixth in Australia's 25 Best Public Access Courses)
• Hire: Carts & clubs
Post lunch at the Vintage Café
Spoil yourself with a relaxing meal in our Vintage Café. Positioned on the terrace overlooking the 18th
green, this casual relaxed dining experience is the perfect way to start the day or recharge your appetite
over a light lunch.
Transfer back to Sydney…
Accommodation: The Sebel Pier One Sydney
11 Hickson Road
Sydney NSW 2000
(1 night stay)

GIORNO 15 - Travel ends

Breakfast at leisure in the hotel…
Transfer to Sydney international airport for your flight home.

GIORNO 16 - Broome

Rilascio veicolo noleggiato e partenza da Broome

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Partenza dalla Gold Coast verso Brisbane
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