Photo from East Coast Tasmania Website

Bay of Fires, Tas

Bluewater Campers loves seeing their owners visit the hidden gems that Australia has to offer, that is why each month we are finding some of Australia’s best kept secrets and locations for you and your family to visit with your Bluewater Camper Trailer! Whether they are caravan and camping parks with all the amenities or off the beaten track bush camping we want to uncover them all! 

Bay of Fires on the east coast of Tasmania is labelled one of the most idyllic destinations to visit. Which is why we thought it would be the perfect location to explore next. The Bay of Fires coast extends along 50kms from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point. Discover bay of fires

Along this stretch of coast there are several accommodation options to suit all sorts of set ups. There are a few holiday parks that have sites for camper trailers, caravans and tents. In addition to these holiday parks there are several bays and national parks that also have a range of camp sites which are also suitable for camper trailers, RV’s caravans and tents. Some of these camp sites are accessible only to 4WD ‘s and there are a range of amenities available depending on which area you choose.

East Coast Tasmania

In the below document provided by East Coast Tasmania there is a list of all holiday parks and camp sites and facilities available. From ATM’s, dump points, service stations, showers, toilets, Wi-Fi, and dog friendly locations – we are sure you will be able to find a spot that suits you and your family! Check out Holiday Park and Camping Guide.

There a few essential experiences regularly mentioned for those visiting Bay of Fires, these include watching a sunrise in one of many ideal locations, beach walks on their sugar-white beaches, swims in the clear blue ocean, joining one of many guided tours of the area – either by foot or 4WD, experience the views from the Binalong Bay viewing platform and so much more.

There are also eco tours available which are a boat tour along the coast, seeking out hidden bays and also seeing some of the most breathtaking scenery that Tasmania has to offer. There are also many beach activities such as snorkeling, diving, dolphin and whale watching that many visitors partake in.

It is clear that you must add Bay or Fires to your trip bucket list! If you are looking to head off on your next trip why not find a suitable park within the Bay of Fires region? 

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