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Bay of Fires Conservation Area

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Mount William National Park, Tasmania, Australia
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  • Excellent74%
  • Very good21%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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“st helens” (33 reviews)
“white sand” (29 reviews)
“on the rocks” (20 reviews)
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Mount William National Park, Tasmania, Australia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We drove along Tasmania's 'Great Eastern Drive' and found the scenery very attractive. The red rocks at the Bay of Fires were great to photograph. There are some lookout points along the way and it's easier enough to get to the beaches and take a...More

Thank ExplorerGoddess
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I have wanted to visit this place for a long time now and do glad that we have finally made it. The long stretch of beach and rocks makes spectacular scenery and we could not resist but take hundreds of photos here. If you can...More

Thank AustTrail
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

White sand, beautiful blue water and rocks on fire, so amazing .there are a few free camping sites with toilet provided and very close to the best beach but the nearest shops are at St Helen’s so get your supplies before you go. Look down...More

Thank Josy Y
Reviewed 5 days ago

OMG what an amazing place. If you like taking photos, you will get hundreds here. We started at Binalong Bay but found there were way too many people - some of which planted themselves on rocks and didn't move for anyone else to take photos....More

Thank MeeMawB
Reviewed 1 week ago

Unfortunately we were there during pretty heavy rains. So we did not have a chance to explore widely. But what we saw was beautiful.!. Even in the rain!

Thank pawpower
Reviewed 1 week ago

Drove to The Gardens and stopped at a few beaches along the way. Easy walks from The Gardens parking area, with sweeping views of lichen covered rocks, ocean and sky. Really lovely place.

Thank AnnenJimEuropeTrip
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Spectacular scenery, with white sand beaches, aquamarine water and ancient orange coloured rocks, plenty of secluded coves to explore.

Thank Balanda52
Reviewed 7 November 2017

Such an amazing place full of white sandy beaches, clear blue water, and dramatic rock formations. A must for a trip around Tasmania

Thank Mschefkitchen
Reviewed 4 November 2017

What a beautiful spot. We checked into the visitors centre at Binalong Bay to get some suggestions from the tourist info on where to go. The lady was very helpful and gave us some great advice. We travelled north up to the Bay of Fires...More

Thank MASK_3551
Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

Camped here for 4 days. And what a wonderful free camp. Dogs allow on lead. Make sure you pick up after your dog so it can remain this way. Toilets available and in great order & clean. Ranger regularly patrols, which is good. Need permit...More

Thank samshane5
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Mel S
2 March 2017|
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Response from scubacol11 | Reviewed this property |
you can also see the red rocks at binalong bay close by,it is easier to get there you can park by the water and there is a viewing platform that goes over the waterso nice and easy.
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Scott B
14 September 2016|
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Response from Treed44812 | Reviewed this property |
There were a lot of campsites along the way there, but I am not sure on any of the pet requirements.
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