BAY OF FIRES BUSH RETREAT

Bell Tents

BAY OF FIRES BUSH RETREATS 

 

Bell Tents

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FEATURES

Bedding and towels are provided.

The communal kitchen has the following equipment and facilities
BBQ
4 dual gas burners
Oven
Refrigerator
2 double sinks
Pots and pans
Cooking utensils
Plates and cutlery
Glassware and mugs
All you will need to bring is your food!

The owners offer Tasmanian Produce Platters as an evening meal option (please book prior to arrival) featuring homemade and locally sourced produce. They also offer breakfast which can be booked at the time of check-in.

Bay of Fires Bush retreat also specialise in group catered options with a range of food experiences on offer. The Retreat has its very own live-in chef – Thomas Dicker. Tom is the former head chef and co-owner of two acclaimed restaurants: Angasi at Binalong Bay and Drift Café Restaurant in Devonport. Tom is passionate about quality Tasmanian produce and his relaxed nature is reflected in his cooking style. He cooks with love!

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ACTIVITIES

Binalong Bay is the area’s main beach and a wonderful spot for swimming or surfing. Abundant marine life and clear waters around the offshore reefs also make for terrific diving and snorkeling conditions.

Head inland for a bit to explore the serene rural valley of Priory. Travel through the Mt Pearson Reserve and experience a local wine tasting at the cellar door.

In the northern end you’ll find Ansons Bay, a quiet holiday hamlet that is renowned for fishing and boating whilst the Ansons Bay Lagoon is a perfect haven for kayaking. If you have a license, you can catch some dinner to enjoy on the beach, as the bay is rich with crays and abalone.

Consider driving along the coast to the Gardens for a scenic glimpse of deserted sands and visiting Eddystone Point, just north of Ansons Bay, where the iconic lighthouse sits. Witness a sunset on one of the secluded inlets.

There’s a wealth of local wildlife to see on self-guided and guided walks in this untouched wilderness. Popular for bushwalking and bird-watching, the Humbug Point heathlands attract a diverse range of birdlife including Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos, Wattlebirds, Honeyeaters, and magnificent seabirds such as the White-bellied Sea Eagle. In the springtime, keep your eyes open for the native orchids in bloom. Image thanks to: Tourism Tasmania & Simon Kenny & Great Walks of Australia.

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ENVIRONMENT
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What we love…

The Bay of Fires Bush Retreat offers gorgeous boutique accommodation in 10 bell tents, as well as The Bunk House (group accommodation) and The King Room just for two. It is located in a beautiful bush setting, only minutes drive from the stunning beaches of the Bay of Fires and Binalong Bay.


 

Tell me more

At the Bay of Fires Bush Retreat salty hair and sandy feet are encouraged, according to the owners. Offering relaxed, simple-yet-stylish communal accommodation – the Bay of Fires Retreat Bell Tents are only a few minutes’ drive from the stunning sights of the Bay of Fires and make the perfect base from which to explore this stunning area, including the stunning mountain bike trail networks at St Helens, the Blue Tier, Weldborough and Derby.


 

Get the Facts

Where is it? Bay of Fires, Tasmania

What? Eco Retreat

Style of Accommodation? There are 10 King Bell Tents

Who? Each tent sleeps two adults.

Accessible? Please enquire

How much? 

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Sounding Good?  Read on…

The Bay of Fires Bush Retreat is set amongst a beautiful bush setting, close to the stunning Bay of Fires beaches, and only 2.5km from the Binalong Bay township, and 8km from St Helens.

The Bell Tents are cosy and beautifully decorated with comfy king size beds.

The Bush Retreat has stylish shared bathroom and kitchen facilities.

The communal kitchen is fully equipped, ready for guests to prepare meals and snacks.

The Retreat also offers Tasmanian Produce Platters, a platter bar, pre-prepared meals and a delicious breakfast platter option for everyday bookings.

Hosts: Anna

Address: 795 Reids Road, Binalong Bay, 7216 Binalong Bay, Australia

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FEATURES

Bedding and towels are provided.

The communal kitchen has the following equipment and facilities
BBQ
4 dual gas burners
Oven
Refrigerator
2 double sinks
Pots and pans
Cooking utensils
Plates and cutlery
Glassware and mugs
All you will need to bring is your food!

The owners offer Tasmanian Produce Platters as an evening meal option (please book prior to arrival) featuring homemade and locally sourced produce. They also offer breakfast which can be booked at the time of check-in.

Bay of Fires Bush retreat also specialise in group catered options with a range of food experiences on offer. The Retreat has its very own live-in chef – Thomas Dicker. Tom is the former head chef and co-owner of two acclaimed restaurants: Angasi at Binalong Bay and Drift Café Restaurant in Devonport. Tom is passionate about quality Tasmanian produce and his relaxed nature is reflected in his cooking style. He cooks with love!

ACTIVITIES

Binalong Bay is the area’s main beach and a wonderful spot for swimming or surfing. Abundant marine life and clear waters around the offshore reefs also make for terrific diving and snorkeling conditions.

Head inland for a bit to explore the serene rural valley of Priory. Travel through the Mt Pearson Reserve and experience a local wine tasting at the cellar door.

In the northern end you’ll find Ansons Bay, a quiet holiday hamlet that is renowned for fishing and boating whilst the Ansons Bay Lagoon is a perfect haven for kayaking. If you have a license, you can catch some dinner to enjoy on the beach, as the bay is rich with crays and abalone.

Consider driving along the coast to the Gardens for a scenic glimpse of deserted sands and visiting Eddystone Point, just north of Ansons Bay, where the iconic lighthouse sits. Witness a sunset on one of the secluded inlets.

There’s a wealth of local wildlife to see on self-guided and guided walks in this untouched wilderness. Popular for bushwalking and bird-watching, the Humbug Point heathlands attract a diverse range of birdlife including Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos, Wattlebirds, Honeyeaters, and magnificent seabirds such as the White-bellied Sea Eagle. In the springtime, keep your eyes open for the native orchids in bloom. Image thanks to: Tourism Tasmania & Simon Kenny & Great Walks of Australia.

ENVIRONMENT