Top Campsites Bay Of Fires

The Bay Of Fires is a world-renowned, spectacular region of Tasmania north of the small coastal town of St. Helens on Tasmania’s far north-east coast. At Bay Of Fires, you will find white sandy beaches, sparkling blue water, and granite tinged with orange lichen. At Grants Lagoon free camping Bay of Fires, you will find an open, grassy area that has boat access to the lagoon and sites suitable for campervans, motorhomes, and caravans. A day use area is located nearby with access to the beach. To access Grants Lagoon, head along Binalong Bay Rd (C850), turn left after app. 8 km to the Gardens – the Grants Lagoon track is signposted app. 1.5 km past the turn-off.

In this area, visitors can enjoy a range of beach activities such as walking swimming and boating perfect white beaches contrast with brilliant turquoise seas and granite headlands tinged with orange lichen. You can camp at no cost – yes free camping Bay of Fires, in the many designated areas such as Grants Lagoon but also Jeanneret Beach, Swimcart Beach, Cosy Corner, Sloop Lagoon, Big Lagoon, and Policemans Point.

Please note, the facilities are very basic – you will need to carry your own food and water. Many campsites are sheltered, being popular with fishermen, photographers and birdwatchers. At Bay of Fires can expect to experience grey kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, echidnas and possums plus many sea and forest birds.

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Camping Moulting Bay, Humbug Nature Reserve Bay of Fires, close St Helens, Binalong Bay East Coast Tasmania, free campground pets OK. Great location for fishing, suits big rigs, tent camping with lots of shade and privacy, Features pit toilet only, otherwise, you must be fully self-sufficient. Moulting Bay is the first camping area you come to after leaving St Helens and heading North towards Binalong Bay. The Moulting Bay campground is not the most popular campsite in the Bay of Fires area, but one that we recommend as it can be less busy than other more popular sites in this region. At Moulting Bay campground there is access to boat-launching facilities, where you can go fishing in Georges Bay. Alternatively, you can spin or bait fish from the shore. Campers should be largely self-sufficient, carry your own water and firewood. To access Moulting Bay Campground, turn right off Binalong Bay Rd at the sign to Moulting Bay, which is located 7 km north of St Helens. The camping area is on a fairly good gravel access road to the right, 1 km from the turn-off. Humbug Point covers some 1600 Hectares and is a popular location for camping, bushwalking, fishing, bird watching and looking for wildlife. Humbug Point is on the northern side of Georges Bay, St Helens and features spectacular coastal woodland from sheltered Moulting Bay and pristine ocean beaches. In this region, there are options for safe swimming, fishing, boating and kayaking. Best Camping Bay of Fires

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