King Island
Ocean Dunes Golf Resort
18 Holes
PAR 72
6435 M


Designed by Graeme Grant, Ocean Dunes opened 9 holes on October 31, 2015 before its full 18-hole unveiling in late 2016, further cementing King Island's reputation as a world-class golf destination.

In 2017, Golf Australia magazine rated Ocean Dunes the 4th best public access course in the nation.

Covering 285 acres (115.4Ha) incorporating rolling dunes and unsurpassed views along 2km of majestic coastal land, this area was made for golf. Offering smooth, firm bent grass greens & fine fescue tees & fairways prepared in pristine condition, nature, design and condition links in perfect harmony.

4 Reviews
Played this course Feb 2017. I have played 226 courses to date & rate this as my number 3. It has amazing scenery & it is easily the hardest course I have ever played. It's a must play course for every golf nut but bring plenty of balls!
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Played course on the last week of October 2016. The course is situated a short drive from Currie on the main road from the airport. On first impression, things are good, with possibly the world's largest practice green next to the first tee. To the course itself, the first is a spectacular par5 with a massive **** -out bunker at the point of the dogleg tempting the big hitter to take it on. The 2nd is a beautiful little par 4 with the green tucked away behind a dune. Another highlight is the par 3 4th where you hit over a rocky inlet to a tiny green. Notable holes are the 7th and the par5 9th. The back nine starts with a beautiful par 3, with water on the left. 11 where you hit up on the side of a dune to a tricky green. My favourite hole on the course was 16, a mid size par 4 with a little creek meandering along it's length. My only criticism with the layout is some of the routing on the back nine, holes 14 and 15 seem like afterthoughts. Also some of the green complexes are borderline unfair, particularly 6. The par 3 8th is another where from the tee you can only see the front part of what turns out to be a monstrous green. With the flag back, anything right on the green is comprised by the sole bunker making putting impossible. Condition wise for such a new course it was admirable. It is playable now, but give it 6 months it will be cherry ripe. My only other advice is hire a buggy. It would be a very long walk, particularly after coming off two days at Barnbougle.
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Played this course 2 weekends ago.

Very simply....DO NOT PLAY FOR AT LEAST 2 YEARS!* there is no club house....not even something that resembles a clubhouse* there are no established paths....walking 18,000 steps (recorded on a pedometer) over only 14 open holes, up and down sand dunes terrain was nothing short of ****** on the legs* the course is in VERY average condition.....needs water URGENTL* the holes designs are, at times, just the par 5 9th....with an elevated 2-tiered green, that you can't see from anywhere but far right of your 3rd shot......and the drop from 1 tier to the lower being at least 6ft this course needs AT LEAST 2 years to be decent and playable....even then, it won't be a patch on Cape Wickham 

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Golf Course Details
7 Main Street, Currie
King Island, TAS 7256, Australia