Visiting the Bay of Fires and Seeing Tasmanian Devils

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We spent the morning and afternoon, of our second day in Tasmania, at the East Coast Natureworld park. Here we were able to see a bunch of the iconic Tasmanian wildlife, including Tasmanian Devils! I think we could have watched them for hours… Each of the animals were so cute and definitely a cherry on top of our Tasmanian experience.

Afterwards, we grabbed some food at the local grocery store, then drove out to the Bay of Fires—a gorgeous seaside area with bright orange rocks. Of course, that is not why it’s named “Bay of Fires” (go figure). The name actually comes from the fires that the Aboriginal people would set, to clear the land along the bay. Nevertheless, it is a beautiful area that made for the perfect backdrop to our picnic dinner.