Trip Planner: South Pacific / Australia / Tasmania / Mount William National Park / Bay of Fires Conservation Area
Bay of Fires Conservation Area stretches more than 50 km (31 mi) long, representing a spectacular color mix of white sandy beaches, aquamarine water, and orange granite rocks. Active travelers can try camping, surfing, boating, or snorkeling with the chance to see the marine life. You can rest by watching the birds and fishing, or simply by swimming in the ocean and sunbathing. Inspirock's itinerary builder makes planning a Mount William National Park trip simple and quick.
Bay of Fires Conservation Area reviews
Having visited this place over the last few days ,I would like to let the council know that the Carpark at the viewing area at Binalong Bay could have the potholes fixed and the long grass around..... more »
There are many beautiful locations within this area which I saw from the northern end. Some orchid species, plenty of wildlife and great granite outcrops - everything looks better when the sun is... more »
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