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The Bay of Fires lies on Tasmania’s North East Coast and extends from Binalong Bay at the Southern end to Eddystone Point on the North eastern tip. The area is of great cultural significance to the Aboriginal community of Tasmania.
Captain Tobias Furneaux was the one who gave its name in 1773 when he spotted several fires along the coast, leading him to believe that the country was densely populated. Evidence of occupation of this area by Aboriginal people can be seen along the coast today.
There are many campsites near the area including the Sloop Reef which lies at the northern end of this 13 km stretch approximately 3km south of The Gardens. . The Sloop Reef camping area can be accessed via signpost off the Gardens Road, 7.5 kilometers from Binalong Bay Road. Activities that visitors can enjoy here include bird watching, diving, beaches, boating, bushwalking, beach fishing and wildlife.