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All reviews st helens red rocks cosy corner free camping the east coast sunny day beautiful beach blue water red orange pure white sand beautiful place sandy beaches mother nature stunning views drive road lichen
If you are tired of the mainlands overdone, over populated, attractions & really want to smell sea air, feel freshness on your skin & take in views you dream of, this coastline stretch is it.
Not a lot of service, so no phone! Yeah! Make...More
Nice beaches and very unique rocks covered in brilliant orange lichen. Scenic, no doubt, but a long drive to get there. We were there on a cool spring day and managed a nice picnic. In retrospect, not sure we would have been too disappointed if...More
The strangely shaped rocks with stained red are a distinctive feature on the beautiful beach littered with seaweed that is tough and strong, trapping communities of plant and animal life in its strands. The seagulls eye picnickers and their food while beachcombers can explore the...More
walked around these lovely rocks and the water is gorgeous, too cold to swim in during August for me but lovely to look at. We loved the area booked to do an eco tour but weather too rough so not able to do it this...More
A special place in Tasmania.
I Highly recommend staying at "Nautilus" It is a 3 bedroom house that has a prime location overlooking Binalong Bay with the best view in town. Warm and spacious with great space both for relaxing and entertaining. Amazing fit out...More
Great drive along the beach, stopped at along the way and the end where the lookout is. From the lookout you are able to see the full bay of fires. The stones are a gorgeous colour. Well worth the drive out from St Helens.
Bay of fires is perfect. White sands. Crystal clear waters, beautiful rocks covered in red algae. It’s out of this world. Often quiet and solitary. Also harbours a lovely bush background and some lovely wineries and produce stores along the way from Launceston. I would...More
The orange lichens on the rocks are beautiful. We stopped by various locations to view this various rocks such as binalong bay. There are clearly marked path around to guide travellers. Some places have toilets too!
Response from Bluesphynx | Reviewed this property |
Only if you love the beach as the sea is beautiful with the great red-stained rocks providing nooks for a picnic lunch. No food here except at St Helen's as Cosy Corner is mainly a camping ground where you bring your own... More
Only if you love the beach as the sea is beautiful with the great red-stained rocks providing nooks for a picnic lunch. No food here except at St Helen's as Cosy Corner is mainly a camping ground where you bring your own supplies for bbq. If you 've already enjoyed the beach at Coles Bay, you may not want to stop by here.