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Friday, March 20, 2009

Bay of Fires, Tasmania

View in front of the caravan

The Bay of Fires is situated between Eddystone Point and Binalong Bay on the east coast and is one of Tasmania's most popular tourist destinations. It has everything - stunning turquoise water, red rocks and pure white sand.

And we are camped just behind the beach on the waterfront - for free. It's our first 'free camp' experience. Dennis has the new generator on a lead a long way away from us and our nearest neighbours and you can hardly hear it. There are about 3 motor homes, 1 fifth wheeler, 4 caravans and one big bus here where we are now on our first night but there are available camp sites all along the beach front, so there's enough room for everyone.

There are toilets here but no showers and you have to bring your own water. We have a shower and toilet in the van.

So it's time to chill out, read a good book, do a bit of fishing and enjoy the beautiful mild sunny days on these beautiful beaches of the Bay of Fires