3 photos that will make you want to visit Tasmania's east coast..

1. Binalong Bay

"That Binalong Tree"

"That Binalong Tree"

Binalong bay is located about 20 minutes from the gorgeous town of St Helens. Nicknamed "Bay of Fires", it's not hard to see why when you arrive and see the amazing orange tones covering the rocky foreshore.

 

2. St Helens

"Birds of a feather"

"Birds of a feather"

Just 20 minutes away from Binalong Bay, as previously mentioned is a beatiful little town named St Helens. In my opinion, it's best feature is this awesome lake! Especially when you get up on a cold winter's morning and the lake is blanketed in a sweet thick fog :-D

 

3. Coles Bay

"Hazardous"

"Hazardous"

Located within the famous Freycinet National Park, and the gateway to the stunning Wineglass Bay, is the cute little town of Coles Bay. It had amazing coffee, amazing pizza, and an amazing view of 'the hazards' mountain range. There are so many things to do in Coles Bay, but my favourite is definitely hiking! If you are feeling really keen for a good hike, have a crack at Mt Amos (Second mountain from the right).

 

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