The Bay of Fires, so named by Captain Tobias Furneaux in the late 1700s after he noted the fires of Aboriginals camped along the beach. Stretching from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point, the sparkling white crysal sand beach is set against the aqua blue waters.
This park, located on the north end of the beach has abundant wildlife and protects the heathlands and biodiversity of the region. The ocean and pristine coastal views make this park, located near Gladstone in the North East of Tasmania.
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Main Photo: Beach at Bay of Fires, Tasmania.
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