Take the drive to The Gardens to get the best views of the orange rocks and work your way back stopping at the beaches on the way. You need to drive till you come to a dead end at the holiday cottages at The Gardens....More
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We didn't take the longer route to The Gardens, but were quite happy with what we saw at Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires rocks there. The beach here is just beautiful, with clear blue water and white sand - quite a few people...More
Very scenic place that stretches from binalong bay to the gardens road. Clear waters and nice sandy beaches.
The highlight of the Bay of Fires is supposed to be the lichen infested rocks. However the truth is there are so many places along the east coast that you can see these red/orange rocks without rubbing shoulders with other people. Manage your expectation and...More
This place is really fantastic with seaview & the rocks formation is just wonderful. Non stop taking photos & videos. Hoping around from stones to stones & rocks to rocks. Windy & can be chilling when the breeze is strong.
We enjoyed a 4 hour eco tour around the bay of fires. The skipper was very knowledgeable and friendly. We had a brilliant view of the coloured rocks from the boat and even saw a whale and calf.
The Discover Tasmania website describes this area as a 'slice of coastal heaven that is the Bay of Fires stretches over 50 kilometres from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north. This beautiful part of Tasmania’s east coast has been named...More
Have been here a few times and it never fails to amaze me. The beautiful colours- the white beaches, the amazing blues of sea and sky and, of course, the 'red' rocks. There are so many little coves to explore, rocks to climb and great...More