The Bay of Fires Binalong Bay area is less than a ten minute drive from St Helens, first stop is Binalong Bay. The sight is simply jaw-dropping: the turquoise-coloured ocean breaks into a breathtaking white beach fringed with huge boulders draped in iconic orange lichen. The Bay of Fires has been luring holiday makers for decades, named by ‘Lonely Planet’ in 2009 as the world’s hottest travel destination, the Bay of Fires is a must on your Tasmanian holiday itinerary.

The Bay of Fires Binalong Bay

The Bay of Fires & Binalong Bay

The Bay of Fires Binalong Bay more lichen covered rocks which look like fires front the sea

The Bay of Fires Binalong Bay Lichen covered rocks

The Bay of Fires Binalong Bay provides endless opportunities to leave footprints along the vast stretches of perfectly white sand, spend hours jumping from one vibrate orange boulder to the next or float the days away swimming and snorkeling in the crystal clear waters. Extending from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north, the Bay of Fires is a glorious combination of untouched wilderness and perfect strands of beaches.

Laid-back and relaxing, Binalong Bay is a charming village of holiday homes and campsites.A great place to take time out swimming, boating, fishing, kayaking and walking.

The Bay of Fires Binalong Bay and nearby Humbug Point Nature Recreation Area includes lovely spots like Skeleton Bay, Grants Point and Elephant Head. Popular for bushwalking and bird-watching, the Humbug Point heathlands attract a rich array of birdlife including yellow-tailed black cockatoos, wattlebirds and honeyeaters, while seabirds seen in the area include the magnificent white-bellied sea eagles, Pacific gulls, gannets, petrels and albatross. In spring, the area is ablaze with wildflowers, including native orchids and the distinct yellow flowers of native Banksia.

The tranquil rural valley of Priory sits inland from the coast. Take Reids Rd (C849) from the Gardens Rd and travel through the Mt Pearson Reserve and be greeted by prime agriculture and a vineyard/cellar door operation. Further north along the Gardens Road, there are many beaches and bays to explore and lazy the days away. The bright white sands and crystal clear waters make the campsite of the Bay of Fires Conservation Area some of the best free camping in Tasmania.



Priory Ridge wines is the only vineyard and cellar door operation in the iconic Bay of Fires/Binalong Bay/ St Helens area. Nestled in the tranquil valley of Priory and bordering the Gerorge River, we are easily accessible from C843 and C849. A truly unique experience awaits you: an ancestral property with panoramic views, a rustic Cellar door, historical records of early settlers to the area; premium cool climate wines for tastings/sales: Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris.

Address: 280 Ansons Bay Rd, St Helens
Phone: (03) 6376 1916 or 0408 479 699

Priory Ridge wines is the only vineyard and cellar door


Destination Bay of Fires accommodation options include a great range of unique holiday rental accommodation to cater for everyone’s needs. Whether you are looking for a cosy lodge through to a luxury designer house, a spacious beach shack or water views. We have options to suit the single traveller, couples and families. Our selected holiday accommodations are all well equipped and thoughtfully appointed to ensure a comfortable stay.

Phone: 0474 025 708



Destination Bay of Fires St Helens



The Bay of Fires stretches for nearly 30kms and there is no better way to soak up this amazing scenery than from the water. With three different tours on offer covering all or part of the Bay of Fires, our fully guided tours offer not only magnificent scenery, but the chance to encounter an abundance of sea and bird life.

Address: ‘Titley’s Shack’ Main Rd, Binalong Bay
Phone: 0499 209 756


Here at Tas4x4Tours we believe it is the best way to see all that the Bay of Fires and the hinterland has to offer. Come and see the stunning orange rocks and crystal clear waters in the nooks and crannies that you might otherwise miss. The inland rainforests and waterfalls are a must see as part of your East Coast holiday. 1/2 and full day tour specialists.

Address: Binalong Bay
Phone: 1300 TAS4X4 (1300 827 494)

 Bay of Fires and the hinterland has to offer.