Its hard to imagine a more epic evening than enjoying a bonfire on the beach with a group of friends while watching the sunset. Although lighting a bonfire is outlawed on several Tasmanian beaches, these locations permit fires when state-wide fires bans are not in place:
Satellite Island: this little gem is a private Tasmanian island. It is bookable and can be reached in style by helicopter, luxury chartered yacht or your own private vessel. Light a fire on the pebble beach and enjoy the sunset with a glass of Tasmanian wine and some freshly shucked wild oysters. For more information check their URL: http://satelliteisland.com.au/Island/
Boat Harbour: located in the North West of Tasmania this was voted one of the top 10 beaches in Australia. Known for its sugar-white sand, beautiful clear waters and relative lack people, its still possible to feel a sense of solitude during a walk on the beach. Keep an eye out for dolphins, seals and whales that occasionally enter the bay area.
Redbill: Home to fairy penguins and stunning views of Diamond Island, this large expanse is the main surf beach in the Bicheno area on Tasmania's East Coast.
Tasmania's remote, pristine beaches are a beautiful slice of coastal heaven. Come enjoy all on offer with your family and friend!