Bay of Fires, Tasmania Turning the corner on the road from St Helens into Binalong Bay, the sight is simply jaw-dropping: the turquoise-coloured ocean breaks onto a breathtakingly white beach fringed with huge boulders draped with iconic orange lichen! Via Instagram @wanderlust_tribe

Amazing colorful Rocks surrounded this quiet water in Tasmania, Australia credit: Tassie Grammer who took this at Binalong Bay via a drone

The shoreline of Coles Bay with The Hazards mountain range beyond, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania | Andrew Watson Photography

The shoreline of Coles Bay with The Hazards mountain range beyond. Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia by Andrew Watson

On Tasmania's East Coast the water here is unbelievable and folks will maybe even think this is from some exotic tropical island. It isn't, it is better. Unpolluted. uncrowded, and the rocks add colour and shelter to the many swimming spots. Image credit: Jodie Griggs

The town of Binalong Bay is situated at the southern end of the beautiful Bay of Fires.

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Exploring the stunning Bay of Fires, Tasmania!

The Tree.

THE TREE. This is the now famous tree at Binalong Bay in Tasmania's Bay of Fires region. Its one of the most beautiful places in Tasmania wi.

The Tree.

THE TREE. This is the now famous tree at Binalong Bay in Tasmania's Bay of Fires region. Its one of the most beautiful places in Tasmania wi.

The Tree.

THE TREE. This is the now famous tree at Binalong Bay in Tasmania's Bay of Fires region. Its one of the most beautiful places in Tasmania wi.

Bay of Fires Portrait- VSCO inspired A6 Lightroom Preset

Bay of Fires mini-moon

Bay of Fires Portrait- VSCO inspired Lightroom Preset

Larapuna - Eddystone Point, Tasmania, Australia. "Larapuna"is the Aboriginal name for the area that is more commonly known as Eddystone Point, in Tasmania's Mount William National Park. It is the northern-most point of the Bay of Fires conservation area. In response to many ships being wrecked off the north-east coast, the Eddystone Point Lighthouse was erected in 1889 using granite quarried from the shores below.

Larapuna - Eddystone Point, Tasmania, Australia. "Larapuna"is the Aboriginal name for the area that is more commonly known as Eddystone Point, in Tasmania's Mount William National Park. It is the northern-most point of the Bay of Fires conservation area. In response to many ships being wrecked off the north-east coast, the Eddystone Point Lighthouse was erected in 1889 using granite quarried from the shores below.

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Nature Rocks Series by Lexa Harpell. Elephant Rock - Orange Lichen at Bay of Fires, Tasmania.

Instagram media by tasmania - Morning sun warms the lichen-covered granite boulders that line the coast around Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires in this glorious sunrise shot from @bjornbaklien. The Bay of Fires is an acclaimed stretch of @eastcoasttasmania that can be accessed to the south from the town of St Helens, or from the north via the settlement of Ansons Bay. In the warmer months, you can spend hours snorkelling and swimming around the perfect coves and secluded beaches. Year round…

Instagram media by tasmania - Morning sun warms the lichen-covered granite boulders that line the coast around Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires in this glorious sunrise shot from @bjornbaklien. The Bay of Fires is an acclaimed stretch of @eastcoasttasmania that can be accessed to the south from the town of St Helens, or from the north via the settlement of Ansons Bay. In the warmer months, you can spend hours snorkelling and swimming around the perfect coves and secluded beaches. Year round…

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