Bay of Fires Accommodation at the Shack
The Bay of Fires was given it's alluring name by Captain Tobias Furneaux in 1773 when he observed many camp fires at night as he explored the coastline. Today the Bay of Fires is a sought after destination for international travellers who wish to take in the unspoilt natural beauty of the brilliant white beaches and azure waters. Due to the relative remoteness and lack of development, accommodation at the Bay of Fires is restricted and limited mainly to small cottages and bungalows or shacks as the locals call them.
This Shack is right smack bang in the middle of the Bay of Fires and we are ready to take your booking.
The Shack is not your typical beach house. Rustic but with fabulous features like an expansive deck and an elevated bedroom on the mezzanine floor. Read More →
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