Craigie Knowe on 7:30 Report Mar08

Craigie Knowe on 7:30 Report...

A report on John Austwick and Craigie Knowe on ABC’s 7:30 report.

Bicheno Golf & Coastal Community...

Following planning approval from the Tasmanian Planning Commission on 10 Feb 2012, work will continue on the development of an 18 hole links style course (an additional nine holes to the current Bicheno Golf Club) and the creation of a 61 home golfing estate experienceConsulting will work on behalf of, and in conjunction with land owners Peter and Jaana Johnstone and the Bicheno Golf Club to create this community recreational and lifestyle facility. For more information or to pre-register for land sales please contact us below. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the community for their overwhelming support and commitment to this exciting project. MEDIA: Tasmania’s bid to become golfing capital http://bichenobeach.com/ Check out this fantastic 3D flyover concept of the proposed new...

Plans firm for new golf haven Mar08

Plans firm for new golf haven...

Source: The Mercury  TASMANIAN entrepreneur Greg Ramsay hopes to begin work on a golf course, recreation and accommodation development on the South Arm peninsula by the end of next year. Mr Ramsay, the driving force behind the Barnbougle and Bicheno golf course developments, said Arm End which took its name from the headland would retain and improve access to the public. And he said a proposed River Derwent ferry service, offering a 15-minute trip to Hobart, would add to the attraction. “We’re looking forward to working further with the local residents and some of the world’s great public planners to investigate the best mix of public recreation and environmental investment,” Mr Ramsay said. The 18-hole links course, including the “ball spray” area where balls may stray outside the maintained course, would take up less than 25 per cent of the 146 hectare site, leaving room for walking trails, picnic pavilions, fishing platforms and cycle-ways.   READ FULL...