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We visited Bay of Fires briefly this July and it was well worth the 2.5hr drive from Launceston! It is such a beautifully unique place. The rocks are stunning with the clear blue water and the white sand contrasts it so perfectly. It is a...More
Visited the amazingly beautiful Bay of Fires region on our recent trip to Tassie and if you enjoy tranquility and beauty then if you are in the St Helens region then you must take time out to visit the wonderful bays in this location spectacular...More
We drove from St Helens to Binalong bay and explore the Bay of Fires area. The sea has plenty of rocks with orange lichen on them. This is a very beautiful area, different from your normal sandy beaches. Watching the strong waves crashing around the...More
Definitely worth a drive up to Binalong Bay from St Helens to take in the spectacular ocean views with orange lichen rocks that make this place special. Spend some time doing the walk that takes you down to the beach as well.
Reddy/orange lichen on the rocks make this a special place to visit. Called the bay of fires and some think it is because of the red/orange lichen, but history has it that fisherman used to surround the shore at night time and have a camp...More
We were hoping to do the boat cruise along the Bay of Fires but when we enquired, the cruise was booked out. So we opt to drive from St. Helens to Eddystone Pt Lighthouse which we thoroughly enjoyed. We drove out to Priory on a...More