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Beaches in Tasmania

A Relaxing Road Trip to the Best Beaches in Tasmania

For some reason, everybody thinks that the best seashores in Australia are found at the Gold Coast, Byron Bay, or WA.

They are pleasant, however, when you see the clear white sands and purplish-blue water of Tasmania beaches, you’ll surely understand why we think they are the best in Australia!

From the sun-baked East Coast to the West Coast Wilds these are the best Tasmania beaches that you need to encounter on your Tasmania road trip.

Crescent Bay Beach

Crescent Bay and Mount Brown walking track are ruffled between the Remarkable Caves and Port Arthur. These lead us to the most terrific seashore on the Tasman Peninsula – Crescent Bay Beach.

Notwithstanding huge rises (80 meters in addition to) and the delightful gem waters of Crescent Bay, the climb to the highest point of Mount Brown offers explorers huge perspectives on the tough coastline.

Spiky Beach

On the East Coast Drive adjoining the mainstream ‘Spiky Bridge’ is the lesser-known ‘Spiky Beach’. Although not an enormous seashore, the perspectives across to Freycinet National Park are astounding.

The thunder of swirling oceans and tremendous waves running into the dolerite cliffs that encompass the 100m long seashore.

There is a feeling of isolation here in spite of the traffic above. This is a spot to gather your thoughts or examine your next stop on your road trip.

Bay of Fires

The Bay of Fires isn’t only one of the most magical seashores in Tasmania, yet on the planet! Situated on the upper east bank of Tasmania, this territory is secluded enough to keep its flawless magnificence.

Taylor’s Beach is well known for the uniqueness of its splendid orange, lichen-shrouded rocks with the white fine sand and completely clear, water.

Along the bay, there are many stone gullies that make mini private beaches and gulfs just as large ones to explore.

Wineglass Bay

Wineglass Bay is a beach that you need to see once in your lifetime. Situated in the astonishing Freycinet National Park, with brilliantly white sand and turquoise water is something you’d partner more with a tropical island.

You’d anticipate that quite a delightful spot should be tremendously occupied, yet even in the middle of the day during Christmas, we just have a handful of people. Simply walk a little along the sand and you’ll unquestionably feel like you have this heaven all to yourself.

Snug Beach

Snug beach is a beautiful spot to spend time with your family. It’s a long, tight seashore with a lot of sand for making sandcastles. Thanks to Bruny Island, there are no huge waves making it a safe beach to swim.

There are grassed outing and BBQ zones behind the beach. Take a look at the scarlet robins that dart around the picnic spot. Their flashy red chests are fantastic!

The Snug River runs out at the northern finish of the beach. On the off chance that you have a kayak, the beachfront and waterway are ideal for a paddle.

To Sum Up

Road trips are for relaxing and spending some quality time with your friends and family. If you have already planned for a trip but in search of hiring a car or minibus for your adventure, contact Tasmania Coachlines or visit our website.