Famous for its crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches and orange lichen-covered granite boulders, the Bay of Fires is one of Tasmania’s most popular conservation reserves. The Bay of Fires conservation area extends along the coast from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north.
Its name refers to the Aboriginal fires spotted by Captain Tobias Furneaux when he sailed past in 1773, but it could also apply to the brilliant orange lichen that grows on the granite boulders lining the bay.
Our photos were taken in Binalong Bay. We had a perfect day and the entire bay to ourselves, a beautiful opportunuty for relaxation and reflection.
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Amazing photography of this beautiful land.
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Thank you Erica for taking the time to visit my page and browse through my memories of Tasmania!