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Binalong Bay

This charming former fishing village situated at the southern end of the Bay of Fires has become one of Tasmania’s most popular holiday destinations. The bay has been designated a Conservation Area due to its outstanding natural beauty. It has clean white sandy beaches, bright blue water in the bay, hidden rocky gullies, forests which hug the shoreline, and curious rocks covered in orange lichen.
When you get tired of exploring the bay area on foot, other activities available include dolphin watching boat trips, inland 4X4 touring, massage and a cookery school.
In Binalong Bay, you can find plenty of luxury accommodation. It’s a sleepy village with just a couple of bars and restaurants – we recommend the Mediterranean, Australian and seafood dishes at Moresco. More options can be found in St. Helens, about 15 minutes’ drive away.

Bay of Fires Conservation Area Famous for crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches and orange lichen-covered granite boulders
Humbug Point Conservation Area A popular bushwalking and birdwatching area containing a wide range of birdlife
St Helens Point Conservation Area Featuring extensive sand dunes the area is popular with fishing, surfing, beach walks, boating and bird watching
Lease 65 Aquaculture Amazing fresh local oysters
Total of 3 properties below
  • Binalong Views

    Binalong Views, Fletchers Court, Binalong Bay, Tasmania, Australia
    $140
    Welcome to Binalong Views - 4 Star Quality Self COntained Holiday House in Binalong Bay - Nth East Coast Tasmania Nestled between the Humbug National...
  • Holland House

    Binalong Bay, Tasmania, Australia
    $450
    Holland House is a comfortable, luxurious and honest beach house. A place to relax, read, listen to music. And of course, to look at the sea. The open...
  • Arthouse Bay of Fires

    Arthouse Bay Of Fires Beachhouse, Lyall Road, Binalong Bay, Tasmania, Australia
    $550
    Arthouse bay of fires is a beautifully appointed beach house 50 steps from the secluded northern end of Binalong Bay on Tasmania’s East Coast. Set i...