G’day Bay of Fires

Bay of Fires

Thanks Cap’n Tobias Furneaux, for aptly naming this perfect beach!

Aussie history note: 1773, this guy called Tasmania’s beach, The Bay of Fires, when he saw the fires of the native Aborigine dotting the landscape. Not because the rocks are a cool orange and shaped like flames (imagination required).

Try hiking this 30 kilometers (4 days) of amazing views, white sands, birds, gorgeous coast… Its a bikini hike you won’t want to miss!

October to May is the best time, the weather is great. If weather could be epic, this is! Definitely wear the sunblock, your new cool Aussie Outback hat, hiking shoes (or go native, leave the shoes – your blisters, not mine), and the bikini.

This hike is sure to have a very refreshing dip in the turquoise waters, throughout… I mean common! I’m not there to just pick up an accent, look at birds and beach all day long for 4 days! Vaca Babe!

Tasmania's Bay of Fires

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