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TASMANIAN TRAVEL GUIDE
'A Cheapskate's Guide to Exploring Tasmania By Car'

For pre-planning or use on the run, this free site is a useful, on-demand travel guide
for camping in Tasmania by car, caravan, RV or tent.

 

 

Binalong Bay, Tasmania
East Coast Escape






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Binalong Bay

Binalong Bay is situated at the southern end of the Bay of Fires Conservation area only an 11 km drive from St Helens.

The Bay of Fires is located on the northeastern coast of Tasmania around 176km from Launceston and 236km from Hobart.

It includes a gorgeous coastline that stretches over 50 kilometres from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north. The northern section of the bay is part of Mount William National Park; the southern end is a conservation area that is divided into three sections, with Ansons Bay dividing the southern and northern ends.

This popular conservation reserve is actually a string of breathtakingly beautiful beaches, interspersed by lagoons and rocky bluffs famous for its orange lichen-covered granite boulders.

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Bay of Fires Conservation Area Camping

​​ The Bay of Fires Conservation Area offers beach-side camping and the
elevated sites amongst the acacia trees have amazing views of the coast and sea.
For full details see

Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service - Bay of Fires camping

Moulting Bay Campground
Moulting Bay Beach Rd, St Helens

This free campground offers toilets and swimming. It is dog friendly. It is accessible to RVs, camper trailers and caravans. Camping in tents is allowed.
Lat: -41.279612 Lng: 148.282513

Dora Point Camping Area
286 Dora Point Rd, Binalong Bay
(03) 6387-5510
Website

Humbug Point Nature Recreation Area offers a large area for camping and caravans with easy access to Georges Bay. An excellent family holiday spot, the reserve is popular for birdwatching, walks, fishing and water activities. There is a place to launch your boat at Binalong Bay, which is within the Humbug Point Nature Recreation Area. Alternatively, there is plenty of great sites for rock and beach fishing, swimming, paddling and more.

The Dora Point campgrounds offer easy access to the clear waters of Georges Bay.

The campground has campsites and toilets that are accessible with assistance. There are also showers within the toilet block, although the cubicles would not be accessible to wheelchair users.

Campers will need to bring their own water and firewood, campers are not permitted to gather wood from the reserve.

Camping at this campground is free. From Binalong Bay Road, follow Dora Point Rd for 2kms to reach the Dora Point campgrounds. You can stay here for up to 28 days.

Dogs on leads are permitted.

 

Visitor Information Centre
61 Cecilia St, St Helens
Phone: (03) 6376 1744

Toilet Facilities
76 Main Road, Binalong Bay.
Toilets. External cold shower.
OPEN: 24 hours.

Emergencies
Police, ambulance and fire dial 000

Police Station
- non-emergency ph. 131 444

Doctor/Medical Centre
Ochre Medical Centre
(03) 6376 1777
11 Pendrigh Place, St Helens, TAS, 7216
Mon - Fri: 8:30 am to 1:00 pm
2:00 pm to 5:00 pm

District Hospital and Community Health Centre
St Helens Hospital and Community Centre
10 Annie Street, St Helens 7216

Service Tasmania and Library
St Helens Library
61 Cecilia St, St Helens
(03) 6387 5600

Service Tasmania
65 Cecilia St, St Helens
1300 135 513

Real Estate For Sale
This (external) link will give you updated details of property for sale in and around Binalong Bay.

 


Please click on the 'Tassie Traveller' icon (left) for an exquisite, graphic description of Binalong Bay and surrounds.


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