The Bay of Fires is a bay on the northeastern coast of Tasmania in Australia, extending from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point.

The Bay Of Fires Will Take Your Breath Away

Seeing these photos of Tasmania is like a breath of fresh air, so so beautiful. Firmly on my bucket list now! The Bay of Fires is a bay on the northeastern coast of Tasmania in Australia, extending from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point.

Would like to see someday... Cape Pillar Sea Cave, Tasmania, Australia (photo by mrfuller)

Cape Pillar Sea Cliffs, Tasman Island, Australia: The two gigantic cliffs of…

How do you decide the best things to do on a little island so vast as Tasmania? Well, you… The post The Absolute BEST Things to do in Tasmania (top 50) appeared first on WORLD OF WANDERLUST.

The Absolute BEST Things to do in Tasmania (top 50) (WORLD OF WANDERLUST)

Port Arthur, Tasmania (Historical Site of old convict prison)

The infamous, Port Arthur, Tasmania (Historical Site of old convict prison) - will be a great opportunity to earn more about the conditions my ancestors lived through!

Milky Bioluminescence. 18-5-15 Right now in the southern waters of Tasmania they are experiencing an amazing presence of bioluminescent phytoplankton. Photographer James Garlick

Photographer James Garlick Photographed on the South Arm Peninsula, Tasmania, Australia: Right now in the southern waters of Tasmania we are experiencing an amazing presence of bioluminescent phytoplankton.

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The Bay of Fires is a bay on the northeastern coast of Tasmania in Australia. The bay was given its name in 1773 by Captain Tobias Furneaux who saw the fires of Aboriginal people on the beaches.

Sea Sparkles are lighting up the River Derwent in Tasmania. The phytoplankton glow blue and put on a show for photographers. Image: Matt Holz.

In Tasmania, parts of the River Derwent shoreline are lighting up with phytoplankton nick named "sea sparkles". Thank you to Matt Holz for this image.

Mt Wellington. Tasmania. Australia

The views are always breath taking no matter the time of year. Although a cable car would be great especially in our snowy winter season for locals like myself or tourists.

About an hour’s drive from the Coastal town of Bridport, lays an incredibly colourful lake, adequately named the "Little Blue Lake". Located near the township of Gladstone and Derby, the unusually turquoise water, is believed to be caused by the high mineral count seeping from the sediment around the lake. #discovertasmania #mining #tasmania Image Credit: Thomas Gray

About an hour’s drive from the Coastal town of Bridport, lays an incredibly colourful lake, adequately named the "Little Blue Lake"

Path to Wombat Pool, Cradle mountain, Tasmania, AUS

Path to Wombat Pool, Cradle mountain, Tasmania, AUS Loved the walking tracks.

Newdegate Cave, within the Hastings Caves State Reserve in Tasmania's south-east, thanks to @laurenepbath. Hastings Cave is Australia’s largest developed cave, and being formed from dolomite, it’s also one of the rarest. And the Marakoopa Cave near Mole Creek in the north-west has the largest glow-worm display in the country. (Tassie’s endearing features are more than skin deep!)

Newdegate Cave, within the Hastings Caves State Reserve in Tasmania's south-east. Hastings Cave is Australia’s largest developed cave, and being formed from dolomite, it’s also one of the rarest.

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