Tassie Travels - Binalong Bay

From Bicheno, we drove north along the coast to St Helens, where we stayed in a cabin style unit at Kellraine. 

This style of accommodation makes our roadtrips so  much easier, having a kitchen, fridge, washer/dryer or clothes line handy. We're able to make breakfast for ourselves, pack a picnic lunch, sometimes cook a quick pasta or salad for dinner,  and wash enough clothes for the 4 of us, to get us through to the next place with laundry facilities. 
Other times we eat out for breakfast, visit a bakery or cafe for lunch and enjoy the local produce at restaurants and pubs for dinner.

We didn't have a lot of time to spend at Binalong, as we were nearing the end of our holiday. A few hours at the beach was the best we could do. 
Binalong Bay of Fires Tasmania
A warm sunny day made the water look very inviting, but we read the colour chart wrong. 
Binalong Bay of Fires Tasmania
That gorgeous Tropical Turquoise colour was actually  Antarctic Aqua.

Binalong Bay of Fires Tasmania

I'm sure I saw icebergs floating by. 
Binalong Bay of Fires Tasmania
Regardless, the kids put on their bathers and splashed about in the water until they were a pale shade of Hypothermia Blue. 
Binalong Bay of Fires Tasmania
We dried them off, jumped in the car and headed for Launceston.

Binalong Bay of Fires Tasmania






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