For a small state, Tasmania has a lot going for it, especially when it comes to nature. Some of the most amazing nature sites I’ve seen, have been on one of the best beaches in Tasmania.

Tassie offers a more rugged, wild, and unspoiled natural landscape, and the wilderness in places like the Gordon River and Bruny Island is unlike anywhere else in the world.

Best Beaches in Tasmania

From quiet and peaceful beaches to excellent surf, you will find everything you need and more at these incredible beaches!

Hazards Beach

It has soft powdery sand and cerulean waves, whilst being surrounded by the rugged landscape of the Hazards Mountains, it’s the perfect example of Tasmania’s wild and remote natural beauty.

Bay of Fires

The area’s true magic lies in its untouched wilderness and natural splendor. Visitors can view the Bay of Fires from the town of Binalong Bay, or hike the entire trail to Eddystone Point.

Wineglass Bay

It’s one of the most photographed beaches in Tasmania, and yet it’s always quiet, because it requires some effort to reach it.

Bicheno Beach

Bicheno Beach is a hidden gem, with its crystal clear waters and gorgeous rock formations, it’s truly a paradise for beach lovers.

Binalong Bay

Binalong Bay is renowned for its crystal-clear water and stunning rock formations that line the coastline, creating a breathtaking contrast against the sea.

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