Travel Blogs from Bay Of Fires, Australia

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Fishburgers but  'sno  pasta, Bay of Fires to Cradle Mountain via Mole Creek, Tasmania, Australia travel blog

Fishburgers but 'sno pasta

A travel blog entry by dazzla

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... as the rain continued to fall. We were headed to the fishing village of St Helen's and the gateway to - ironically - the Bay of Fires. We drove up to Binalong Bay where we didn't fancy joining the hardy locals swimming in the surf but instead walked ...

Second best beach in the world?, Bay of Fires, St Helens, Australia travel blog

Second best beach in the world?

A travel blog entry by amandaseims

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... we get back home but I sure wasn't complaining). The rain didn't stop and we got to St Helens and drove out to the Bay of Fires.  The sand was gorgeous and I'm sure the sea would have looked much nicer on a calm warm day but it was still nice to ...

Coming face to face with a Devil, Bay Of Fires, Australia travel blog

Coming face to face with a Devil

A travel blog entry by seanspacifica

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... by the wind. Although the wind calmed down , the rain continued into the morning and when we went to explore the Bay of Fires it wasn't really ideal beach weather.   Apparently the Lonely Planet voted Bay of Fires as being the being one of ...

Bay of Fires, Bay Of Fires, Australia travel blog

Bay of Fires

A travel blog entry by chief44

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... good very interesting and very sad they had a asylum there were the prisoners were treated very cruelly.  Went on to the Bay of Fires very pretty place stayed for a couple of days i have never hear such noisy surf. Then went to Policemans point were ...

Walking the Bay of Fires, Bay Of Fires, Australia travel blog

Walking the Bay of Fires

A travel blog entry by viajesyvinedos

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... , and still untouched, corner of Tasmania.  We were aware that a Tasmanian company offers an uber deluxe $1,950 per person Bay of Fires walk (4 days, 3 nights), and despite our Day 2 experience, I would be more than happy to do it again on the ...

Best Weekend EVER!!, Bay of Fires Conservation Area, Tasmania, Australia travel blog

Best Weekend EVER!!

A travel blog entry by tazziegirl

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... was this a good weekend. We had a girls only (Julia, Karen, Morgan, Bekka and I) backpacking trip up to an area know as the Bay of Fires. The bus left at 8:30am and four hours later we were in St. Helens, the biggest town in the north east but not very ...

Continuing Up the Coast, Bay of Fires, Australia travel blog

Continuing Up the Coast

A travel blog entry by fiseb

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Up the coast to the Bay of Fires (named for fires along the coast spotted by European explorers), and a visit to a rainforest area, and the St. Columba falls. Also, a few visits to some local towns and farms, and a sampling of world famous ...

Bay of Fires, Bay of Fires, Australia travel blog

Bay of Fires

A travel blog entry by stubo

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... weather we had in St Helens dried up though and it became stormy and overcast so we could only imagine the beauty The Bay of Fires really posessed. The beaches were prestine white and went on for ages. We checked out about 5 beaches but to be honest they ...

DAY 115 - LAUNCESTON TO BAY OF FIRES - JACUZZI, Bay of Fires Conservation Area, Australia travel blog

DAY 115 - LAUNCESTON TO BAY OF FIRES - JACUZZI

A travel blog entry by kangarog

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... luckily is nothing like its Merseyside namesake. It was a lovely little town on a bay. We went from here up to the Bay of Fires Conservation Area where there were a few camp grounds to choose from. We first tried Swimcart Beach which was lovely but all ...

Stunning coastal walk, posh lodge - M's birthday!, Bay of Fires, Tasmania, Australia travel blog

Stunning coastal walk, posh lodge - M's birthday!

A travel blog entry by sueandmarcus

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... and it was well worth it.  We saw loads of creatures in the wild ; wallabies, kangaroos, echidna (like porcupines), a wombat, loads of birds...  - it was Amaaaazing (as the Aussies like to say in ALL of their radio commercials - in fact it must ...

Powerful Senses, Bay of Fires, Australia travel blog

Powerful Senses

A travel blog entry by samskinner

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... terms, but still the bombardment of interesting, new and stunning experiences does not abate. From a morning spent strolling along the Bay of Fires seemingly endless scallops of translucent white sand and bluer than blue water, where I was struck by the ...

Not the weather we were hoping for., Bay of Fires Conservation Area, Australia travel blog

Not the weather we were hoping for.

A travel blog entry by bev170lyle

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... tramway in Tasmania and also the most southerly railway in Australia. Lunch and a beer at Southport pub, Australia’s southern most pub. Down this end of Tasmania, It’s all about being the most southern. Took scenic route, heading east from ...

Cold Water Paradise, Bay of Fires, Australia travel blog

Cold Water Paradise

A travel blog entry by garrett4

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... . The water is crystal clear blue and there are boulders at either end of the beach with a red fungi growing on them, hence the name, Bay of Fires. We love it here - the view is amazing and we are literally in the dunes. And, it's all free! It does come ...

Last stop in Tassie, Bay of fires, Australia travel blog

Last stop in Tassie

A travel blog entry by turnerbrown

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to cut a long story short: Sat 23rd - Drove to a campspot just north of Bina long Bay and spent some time checking out the fantastic beaches. Sun 24th - More walking on beaches and clambering over rocks, then prepare for the long drive tmrw, back to ...

Our First Tassie Beach – The Bay Of Fires, Bay of Fires, Australia travel blog

Our First Tassie Beach – The Bay Of Fires

A travel blog entry by ronkathy

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... the weather is gorgeous and this place is heaven.  The sound of the surf from our campervan is deafening. The Bay of Fires was ranked the #1 Beach in the world by National Geographic in their 2010 rankings.  And they are right, it is ...

Apr 25, 2014, Bay of Fires, Australia travel blog

Apr 25, 2014

A travel blog entry by fbauer

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Dark sky, Bay Of Fires, Australia travel blog

Dark sky

A travel blog entry by fra_roz

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... nuit – chose facile en Tasmanie. Nous avons roule quelques kilometres au Nord de St Helens, jusqu'a Jeanneret Beach, dans la Bay of Fires. Le bruit de la mer etait tellement fort pendant la nuit que nous avions peur qu'elle soit plus pres que ce ...

Bay of Fires, Bay of Fires Conservation Area, Australia travel blog

Bay of Fires

A travel blog entry by lindann

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We went back to the Bay of Fires and the mist had gone. White squeaky sand (like Esperance) blue water and granite boulders with orange lichen make this a beautiful place. We walked along several beaches and climbed over the rocks but didn't go into the ...

Jan 19, 2014, Bay of Fires Conservation Area, Australia travel blog

Jan 19, 2014

A travel blog entry by vinzaf

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