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a pictorial guide to Tasmania's natural attractions

 

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Allendale Gardens

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The Bay of Fires

Binalong Bay and The Bay of Fires Conservation Area

10 kilometres north east of St Helen's is the popular beachside resort of Binalong Bay.  There is a very good restaurant at Binalong Bay.  The coastal area for about 30 kilometres to the north is known as the Bay of Fires Conservation Area.  A road extends along the coastline for about 15 kilometres past another beachside hamlet of The Gardens.  The road has recently been sealed. The area has numerous camping areas and is very popular in the summer.

 

RIGHT: Lichen covered rocks at Cosy Corner.  The lichen turns bright red after rain.

 

 

Binalong Bay, The Bay of Fires

 

 

Binalong Bay

 

 
 

Restaurant at Binalong Bay

 

Seaton Cove near Sloop Rock on The Gardens Road

 

 
 

 
 

The Gardens.

Cosy Corner. Note the camping area in close proximity to the beach in the centre of the picture.