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1409, 2016

Golf Digest Ocean Dunes Worth The Wait

September 14th, 2016|Categories: Media Coverage, News|Tags: , |0 Comments

By Evin Priest ROME wasn’t built in a day. And it certainly wasn’t constructed in the middle of Bass Strait. Yet those involved in the creation of Ocean Dunes don’t need to be told that. Not after they’ve moved heaven, earth and 285 acres of King Island’s west coast to achieve their golfing dream. But after four years of hard [...]

1507, 2016

Golf Course Developments Revitalise King Island

July 15th, 2016|Categories: Course Updates, Media Coverage, News|Tags: |0 Comments

Remote King Island, plonked half way between the north-west tip of Tasmania and mainland Australia, is undergoing a transformation. Within 12 months, two world-class golf courses will have opened on the island, bringing with them a renewed energy for residents. Year-round resident numbers are dipping below 1,500, and tourist numbers have plateaued over the past few years. Read The Full [...]

1512, 2015

Golf Australia – King Island Is Open For Business

December 15th, 2015|Categories: Course Updates, Media Coverage, News|0 Comments

Golf Australia - an online e-magazine and golf website, has showcased King Island's latest links courses including Ocean Dunes. If you are intending on visiting or would like to know more about what King Island has to offer this article is a definite read. Read The Full Article

110, 2015

Bass Strait Island To Become Site Of New Golf Course

October 1st, 2015|Categories: News, Video|Tags: |0 Comments

Ocean Dunes featured on 9 News on October 24th 2015. The story outlines how King Island is rapidly becoming the new must see destination for links golf in Australia. Australia is already renowned for the quality of its golf courses, but two spectacular new layouts on King Island are about to enhance that reputation. Watch The Video [...]

104, 2015

Ocean Dunes King Island Draws Comparisons with Cypress Point, Pebble Beach

April 1st, 2015|Categories: Media Coverage, News|0 Comments

Ocean Dunes and Cape Wickham golf courses could turn Tasmania’s King Island into a golf destination worthy of comparison with the famed Monterey Peninsula in California, according to Ocean Dunes' course architect Graeme Grant. The mastermind behind Ocean Dunes says his soon-to-be-opened 6,365-metre par-72 links on King Island – situated in Bass Strait between Tasmania and mainland Australia – will [...]

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