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Binalong Coastal Waters
  • Lazing by the fire
  • Bird's eye view from the deck
  • White sands of Binalong Bay
  • Red lichen rock pools - Mt William in background
  • St Helens Point sunset

Binalong Coastal Waters is situated at picturesque Binalong Bay which is the southern-most point of the world renowned Bay of Fires on Tasmania’s east coast. The vivid white sands of Binalong Bay and the clear cool turquoise waters of the beach can be seen from our holiday home – the view also takes in Grants Lagoon, and in the distance, the mountains of Mt. William National Park.

The two-storey, distinctive split-level house has three bedrooms and sleeps six. Quality linen, bedding and towels are included in the tariff. The entrance level has two bedrooms, the master with queen-size bed, the second bedroom has twin beds, there is a full bathroom and separate toilet. The 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 open plan lounge /dining area, all with quality furnishings, leads out to the north-facing deck where you can enjoy a BBQ and outdoor dining while taking in one of the best views of the Bay of Fires. In cooler months you can enjoy a cosy wood fire.

Our home is great for families to enjoy their holiday, with only a few minutes walk to the main beach or a short drive to various secluded sheltered coves, with red lichen covered rocks and safe beaches for the younger children to take a swim or paddle.
Other activities include – swimming, surfing, boating, fishing, diving, canoeing/kayaking, bush walking, cycling, bird watching or just take a chair and sit on the beach and take it all in.

Binalong Bay has one of the most highly awarded restaurants in Tasmania – “Angasi” . The town of St Helens is 10 minutes away, where you can pick up supplies at the supermarkets, enjoy various restaurants, buy fresh seafood, and shop for gifts and crafts.

Binalong Bay is approximately two hours drive from Launceston.

Binalong Coastal Waters is proud to be shortlisted in beach category of the 2010 TakeABreak Awards. Check out Binalong Coastal Waters on takeabreak.com.au

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Gloria McFarlane wrote this article

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