The 'Tin Shed' is a modern, deluxe accommodation (think upmarket hotel room) suitable for 2 people, located on private property, away from the main house.
Binalong Bay is in the heart of the world-renowned Bay of Fires, famous for white sandy beaches, distinctive orange rocks and crystal-clear turquoise waters. The Tin Shed is well situated with both bush and beach walks within easy reach making it a perfect base for exploring the Bay of Fires.
On arrival at you can drive straight up the driveway into the undercover off-street parking that is just a couple of metres away from the entrance to the Tin Shed.
Entry to the Tin Shed is easy with no steps or stairs to worry about. Access is by key lock and details will be sent to you prior to your arrival.
On opening the front door, you will be pleasantly surprised. The room is well appointed and has a luxurious feel. Guests frequently comment on the fit out, plush carpet, floor heating and beautiful bathroom. The Queen Size bed is super comfortable, and many guests say they would love to take the bed home with them! The built-in robes with mirror glass doors give a feeling of space.
Adjacent to bedroom is a powder room that is perfect for putting your make up on, hair dryer and hair straightener provided. Adjoining the powder room is a large bathroom that boasts marble like floor to ceiling tiles, heated floor and towel rail.
There is a cosy nook to sit in and the air conditioner/heater keeps the entire area nice and warm in winter and cool in summer. The flat screen television has a built in DVD player and a selection of DVDs are provided.
Whilst there is no kitchenette the room has coffee making facilities, a bar fridge, a microwave, a kettle and a toaster. Crockery, cutlery, glass wear and BBQ tools are supplied, and you don’t even need to wash up as we do it for you.
There is an undercover barbecue and plenty of outside seating for you to use. As a treat (summer or winter) guests often enjoy sitting around the open fire pot while having a wine or toasting marshmallows (we supply the marshmallows).
Guests have access to the laundry and an iron and ironing board can be provided.
Guests also enjoy the convenience of FREE WiFi
We frequently see the Sea Eagles flying overhead. You might meet Kevin Kookaburra and his mates who visit us almost daily or you may even see wallabies and rabbits happily nibbling on the front lawn.
It is only a short walk to ‘Lichen’ Binalong Bay’s popular local licensed restaurant that has amazing views of the main beach. On the way you can check out the scenic lookout where you might spot dolphins or even a whale or two if it's the right time of year.
Or you may choose to check out the lovely swimming gulches, go rock hopping and explore rock pools on the way. The playground and tennis court are in proximity.
If you prefer a bush walk, from the Tin Shed, you can walk to the southernmost point of the Bay of Fires, Skeleton Point.
We also run Tas4x4Tours specialising in exclusive personalised tours. My husband is a highly experienced driver and tour guide with extensive knowledge of the Bay of Fires and surrounds.
Tours can include the hinterlands where you can see beautiful waterfalls, rain forests, mining history or visit amazing locations that even some of our locals don't know about. If interested look up our tas4x4tours website and contact us. We can arrange something special for you. Should you wish to stay with us and take a tour discounts or special offers can apply.
The town of St Helens is close by (14k) and here you can pick up supplies. Here you will find a number of restaurants and takeaway options, two Supermarkets and a Provedore offering a range of quality Tasmanian produce. St Helens also has clothing stores, a pharmacy, craft and gift shops a doctor’s surgery and a small rural hospital.