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2 Wedge Court, Binalong Bay TAS 
VillaVista Beach House


About Us

ABOUT VILLA VISTA

Located in the heart of the delightful seaside village of Binalong Bay, Villa Vista Beach House are a self-catering beach house that overlooks the pristine white beaches and blue waters that form the renowned 'Bay of Fires'. This contemporary two-storey beach house sleeps 2 to 6 guests.

BINALONG BAY

Binalong Bay is a delightful seaside village without the hustle and bustle! It's the perfect place to relax, unwind and explore the beautiful unspoiled coastline with its pristine beaches.

Binalong Bay is 155 km east or a 2-hour road trip from Launceston in northern Tasmania and 260 km northeast or a 3-hour drive from Tasmania's capital city of Hobart in the south. Hire car and bus services are available from cities and airports.

Binalong Bay is within a 10-minute drive of the beautiful fishing port of St Helens on the shores of Georges Bay, the major centre on the east coast of Tasmania.

Activities offered in the area and surrounds include: water-based activities, canoeing, kayaking, sand boarding, scuba diving, game and deep sea fishing, golfing, tennis, bushwalking and cycling. 
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Located between St Helens and Binalong Bay, there are two oyster farms, so if you’re keen for some fresh oysters these farms are open to the public.
EASY DAY ROAD TRIPS NEARBY

  • Pyengana Dairy Company and Holy Cow Café: Renowned for its cheese (approx. 30 minutes NW)
  • St Columba Falls and State Reserve (approx. 40 minutes NW)
  • Eureka Fruit & Berry Farm: Acknowledged for its wonderful jams, sauces and ice-creams (approx. 20 minutes south)

  • Captains Catch: Wonderful fresh fish or takeaway fish and chips – eat in their fabulous Restaurant on the wharf at St Helens
  • Freycinet National Park, Wine Glass Bay, Coles Bay (approx. 60 minutes south)
  • Vineyards in each direction

THE BAY OF FIRES
Located on the north-eastern coast of Tasmania, The Bay of Fires extends from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point. The area features white beaches, blue water and orange-hued granite. The northern section is part of Mount William National Park and the southern end is a conservation area.

In 1773, The Bay of Fires was given its name by Captain Tobias Furneaux, who saw the fires of the Aboriginal people on the beaches. 

There is plenty to do in the Bay of Fires area, including camping, beach activities, boating, bird watching, fishing, swimming, surfing and walking.
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