Peron Dunes | St. Helens

Peron Dunes is an area of seemingly endless sand, rising randomly into soft mounds and steep hills.

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One thing that Tasmania is terrific about? It is the different beautiful landscape it has in store for all of us to enjoy. Our visit to St Helen’s on our 10hrs Great Eastern drive journey was enjoyable and going to Peron Dunes was part of the plan which will never disappoint you.

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Crystal Golden Sands of Peron Dunes
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Walking towards the golden sand of Peron Dunes
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10 hrs drive route
Our 10hrs Great Eastern drive route from Hobart to Hobart (return)

Peron Dunes is an area of seemingly endless sand, rising randomly into soft mounds and steep hills. If you decide to visit the place from Hobart, it is a 3hrs drive via National Highway 1 and Esk Highway/A4. In our case, we arrived in Peron Dunes around 6pm from Binalong Bay/Bay of Fires as we spent most of our time here (swimming, barbeque). Peron Dunes is part of St Helens Conservation Area and is 21minutes away from Binalong Bay.

Best to travel is during summer as the sun is still up even it hits 9pm at night.

Heaps of golden sand, really worth climbing for the view of the vast ocean and beaches. Peron Dunes one of the many bucket lists tick!

 

To read more places I’ve visited within Australia, just click the link provided.

Author: ej pono

Ed originally from the Philippines who is now living in Australia. A human rights advocate, loves hiking and photography. An Information System Analyst and a SE.Nurse!

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