East Coast Tasmania


After checking the weather on Friday and seeing the forecast for the East Coast was for 20 degrees and sunny (much warmer than everywhere else) we made a last minute decision to head up the coast for the weekend. We spent Saturday afternoon relaxing at Humbug Point with a fire on the beach and a few drinks and watched the sun go down. Sunday was spent sun baking, exploring the rocks and rock pools around the beach and enjoying the sunshine.

Photography Lauren and Jack Sutton


For our first weekend away in the newly renovated van (see how to blog post here) we decided to head up the east coast on a bit of a road trip. We had fish and chips for lunch at Bicheno, went swimming at the Bay of Fires and then spent the afternoon at Peron dunes watching the sun go down. We camped at Dianas Basin and got up early to walk to the beach for sunrise than had breakfast in the van at Four Mile Creek overlooking the beach. 


A weekend spent on the east coast of Tasmania, camping at Chain of Lagoons on Friday night and Jeanneret Beach at the Bay of Fires on Saturday night. We watched the sunrise at the beach, ran down sand dunes, climbed over lichen covered rocks, got lost on back roads and watched for whales across the turquoise ocean.

Photography Lauren and Jack Sutton


Taking advantage of the blue skies and the last of the warming weather before winter, we headed up the East Coast to explore some secluded beaches, visit the blowhole and watch the sun setting on the Freycinet peninsula. 

Photography Lauren Cooper and Jack Sutton

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