The Bay Of Fires is a world-renowned, spectacular region of Tasmania north of the small coastal town of St. Helens on Tasmania’s far north-east coast. When camping at Bay Of Fires, you will find white sandy beaches, sparkling blue water and granite tinged with orange lichen. Cosy Corner is one of a number of popular camping sites at Bay Of Fires with many camping areas immediately nearby and to the south. Cosy Corner can be accessed from one of two ways – one leads to protected camping areas located amongst trees, whilst the other is on the far side of the lagoon and leads to a more exposed grassy camping area. This spot is suitable for larger caravans, campervans, motorhomes and other big rigs. There is signposted access off the Gardens Road, just over 5 kilometres from Binalong Bay Road. At Cosy Corner South you have the choice of 2 different camping areas; one is suitable for campervans and motorhomes. The beach shown runs from north to south and is separated by a lagoon. You can walk to the next beach at Swimcart, which also offers free camping at Bay Of Fires Tasmania. If you need hot showers, there are coin-operated showers on the St Helens foreshore. There is so much to see and do at Bay of Fires – if you want. However, given you can stay free for up to 4-weeks, most people are happy to simply relax and enjoy the sheer beauty of this area.
Cosy Corner South free camping Bay of Fires Tasmania is a popular camping location with locals and visitors alike. The best way to access Cosy Corner South is via St Helens along Binalong Bay Road then into Garden Road (left). Please note there is no rubbish bins or water; there is a small general store at Binnalong Bay. You can get fresh water at the Sports Complex in St Helens, where you will also find a dump point. Ranger patrolled; carry own food, no fresh drinking water, no firewood & chemical toilet. See also: