Bay of Fires tours from Launceston to Binalong Bay. Eenjoy the white sands and red lichen rocks on the beach.

9 hours, $250/person, $875 private charter for 1 - 4 passengers.   

Park entry fees & lunch included

The bay was given its name in 1773 by Captain Tobias Furneaux in Adventure, who saw the fires of Aboriginal people on the beaches.

Itinerary

  • Pick up from Launceston CBD at 08:30;

  • Drop off in Launceston CBD at around17:30;

  • Tour Duration approximatley 9 hours.

 

  1. Scottsdale:- Visit the NE agricultural hub of Tasmania and pause for morning tea;

  2. Legerwood:- Stop and admire the amazing avenue of memorial tree carvings; 

  3. Mt Victoria:- Pass over this fascinating landscape to reach Pyengana via 4WD (subject to road conditions);

  4. Pyengana:-  Call into the Pyengana Pub in the Paddock or stop at the Cheese Factory to taste some fine cheese varieties;

  5. St Columba Falls:- Stop at St Columba Falls State Reserve which is home to elusive platypuses and view the 90m waterfall after a 15 minute walk;

  6. St Helens:- Stop at St Helens for lunch;

  7. Binalong Bay:- is home to the start of the Bay of Fires where we will find many fantastic beaches, plenty of small secluded rocky gulches and return to Launceston via St Marys.

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