Bar­rie Cole

Walk­ing guide with out­door ad­ven­ture tour op­er­a­tor, Life’s An Ad­ven­ture

On the Road Tasmania - - News -

This Tassie res­i­dent shares some of the most spec­tac­u­lar land­scapes in Aus­tralia with vis­i­tors on guided hikes along the East Coast.

What do you love about hik­ing in the Bay of Fires area?

Its white sandy beaches and rich Abo­rig­i­nal his­tory – [it’s] a beau­ti­ful and re­mote part of Tas­ma­nia.

How easy is it to get to the Bay of Fires?

There is a mis­guided per­cep­tion that the Bay of Fires is dif­fi­cult to ac­cess be­cause of its dirt roads. Vis­i­tors might go to The Gar­dens or Bi­na­long Bay, but no fur­ther north. A lack of run­ning wa­ter also makes it hard to walk in­de­pen­dently with­out a sup­port ve­hi­cle. But there are great beaches,head­lands and light­houses to ex­plore for those who de­cide to make the ef­fort, and the seafood is de­li­cious.

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