The Bay of Fires is a region on the north east coast of Tasmania in Australia, extending from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point.
The bays were given this name in 1773 by Captain Tobias Furneaux who saw the fires of the Aboriginal people along the beaches. The Bay of Fires is world renowned for its extraordinary natural beauty, intense colours and dramatic luminous light.
arthouse bay of fires
+ 1 minute stroll to the secluded northern end of Binalong Bay beach and immediate access to bushwalking track
+ 30 minute walk along the beach to Binalong Bay Cafe
+ 5 minute drive to local oyster lease
+ 10 minute drive to St Helens
+ 2hr drive from Launceston Airport via North Midland Hwy via Fingal Valley & St Mary’s
+ 3hr drive from Hobart Airport via east coast (Swansea & Bicheno) or Midlands Hwy via Lake Leake or Fingal Valley & St Mary’s