Stretching from Binalong Bay in the south to Mount William National Park in the north, is the Bay of Fires Conservation Area. The region was given its name in by Captain Tobias Furneaux. As he past the coastline in 1773 he noticed the fires of first nation people on its beached and bays.
This region is well known for the bright orange lichen covered boulders strewn along its coastline. The clear blue waters contrast with the vivid orange, paint a striking picture.