Tasmania’s superb Bay of Fires

Famed for its vibrant red rocks, crystal-clear water and sandy white beaches, the Bay of Fires stretches along Tasmania’s east coast and is one of the state’s most popular conservation reserves.

The Bay of Fires gets its name from the first settlers who witnessed a ring of fires upon their initial arrival at the Bay from the Indigenous Aborigines camping there.

Binalong Bay is the main beach in the area, a laid-back, relaxing coastal holiday village that plays host to a variety of aquatic activities, such as boating, fishing, kayaking and swimming. The area’s beautiful scenery makes it a perfect destination for bush-walks, which allows you to see the colourful wildflowers in spring, as well as a variety of birdlife.

Find out more about the Bay of Fires by heading to https://www.discovertasmania.com.au/about/articles/bay-of-fires.