Bay of Fires – North East Tasmania

Binalong Coastal Waters is situated at Binalong Bay on Tasmania's East Coast, and offers stunning views along the beach and Grants Lagoon through to the Bay of Fires and Eddystone Light House.

The two storey distinctive split level house has 3 bedrooms, sleeps 6 adults. Quality linen, bedding and towels included in tariff. Entrance level has two bedrooms, master with queen bed, 2nd bedroom with twin beds, full bathroom and separate toilet. Third bedroom on ground level has ensuite bathroom, king-size bed which can be separated into twin beds. There is a fully fenced native garden, and outdoor setting at the rear of the house. The fully-equipped kitchen, and comfortable air-conditioned lounge /dining area, all with quality furnishings, leads out to the north facing deck where you can enjoy a BBQ and outdoor dining.

We are only a few minutes walk to the white sands – swimming, boating, fishing, diving, canoeing/kayaking, bush walking, cycling. The award winning restaurant Angasi is a quick 5 minute walk serving local seafood. The town of St Helens is close by, where you can pick up supplies, and has a range of restaurants, fresh seafood, craft and gift shops.

Binalong Bay is approximately two hours and 30 minutes drive from Launceston.

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Further details contact:


Phone 0473 166 028



  • Family Friendly
  • Non-smoking
  • Balcony - outdoor setting for 6 people - Gas BBQ
  • 2 x Bathrooms including bath/hairdryers
  • Quality Linen/doonas plus electric blankets
  • Clock Radios
  • Full Cooking Facilities/crockery/cutlery
  • Microwave, full sized refrigerator
  • Washing machine/ Iron/Ironing board
  • Saxon Wood Heater
  • Split system air/conditioner and heating
  • LCD TV/DVD/Video
  • Additional TV's in bedroom 1 & 3
  • CD /Cassette/MP3 stereo player
  • In House Movies/ Library/Games
  • Cot & Highchair available
  • Fenced back-garden
  • Sorry, no pets

Close By

  • Bay of Fires beaches
  • Boat launching
  • Humbug Point Nature Area
  • St Helens (Game Fishing Capital of Tasmania)
  • St Helens Point Conservation Area
  • Peron Sand Dunes
  • Blue Tier Forest Reserve
  • Anchor Stampers Walk
  • Scamander - Shelly Point
  • St Marys
  • St Patricks Head
  • Elephant Pass
  • Bicheno - East Coast Nature World
  • Pyengana Cheese factory
  • St Columba Falls
  • Mt. William National Park
  • Eddystone Lighthouse
  • Ansons Bay