Bay of Fires: Tahiti Look Alike In Tasmania


We have been talking about it for a few days now on iPhoneography Oz: the northeastern tip of Tasmania is a region not to be missed. We found absolutely beautiful places. North, in Bridport, is a golf course on the edge of the Bass Strait ranked among the finest in the world. Between Scottsdale and St Helens on the East Coast, you can admire Saint Columba Falls, among the highest in Tasmania. Just before reaching St Helens, in Pyengana, stop at the Holy Cow Café and sample locally produced cheeses in this cheese factory. Some of them have even won awards. But the highlight of the area, our favourite part, is Bay of Fires (photo). This huge bay is home to the whitest sand we have seen in Australia so far. The colour of the water is so blue. Our only regret: absolutely beautiful to look at but winter is coming so we were not brave enough to swim!

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2 thoughts on “Bay of Fires: Tahiti Look Alike In Tasmania”

  1. Hi,

    Agree with you for me the best part of Tasmania east cost is Bay of fire and we enjoyed bay of fires camping it was an amazing experience. Water is crystal clear and white sand I never seen such a beautiful sea.

    Regards,
    Brenda.

  2. @Brenda when you think about crystal water, Tasmania is not the destination that comes to mind first! What an amazing discovery!

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