Don’t just visit the Bay of Fires….Experience it!
Binalong Bay – Tasmania
Bay of Fires Eco Tours, is located at the northern tip of the Great Eastern Drive and is one of the top attractions when visiting the St Helens area. The boat tours allow passengers to experience the Bay of Fires at its finest, the white sandy beaches, aqua clear waters, the hidden bays and striking headlands of this breathtakingly beautiful coastline. With different tour options, we cater for all ages and interest levels. They are tours for the whole family to enjoy and a unique way to experience the Bay of Fires Coastline.
THE GARDENS EXPLORER
The Gardens Explorer is our most popular tour, covering the southern half of the Bay of Fires, offering a great opportunity to learn about this stunning coastline. The history and natural beauty will be highlighted as we traverse our way north along the Bay of Fires Conservation Area.BOOK ONLINE
SAND, SEALS & ST HELENS ISLAND
The tour covers the most southern beaches of the Bay of Fires and then heads south to St Helens Island and our small seal colony. The tour is generally schedule twice a week and is a great option for families.BOOK ONLINE
SLOOP ROCK EXPRESS
For a great way to experience the area in as small amount of time, jump on board Infurneaux for the Sloop Rock Express. A thrilling one hour tour, taking in our beautiful beaches, lichen covered boulders and the famous Sloop Rock!BOOK ONLINE
The Bay of Fires Eco Tours booking office is ideally located just meters from the Binalong Bay Gulch and boat ramp. It’s a meeting point for passengers both prior to their tours and on their return.
Bay of Fires Eco Tours incorporates a volunteer information service. Our friendly staff are always happy to chat with patrons about their travels and recommend the best places to visit. Suggest where to camp or simply explain about our gorgeous orange rocks.
COFFEE & SNACKS
With the most stunning outlook over Binalong Bay, take a moment to breath in the fresh sea air and enjoy a coffee, cold drink or ice cream. Warm up by the fire in winter or bask in the summer sun and enjoy the breathtaking scenery.