4 Beautiful Places to Watch the Sunrise on the East Coast

If you are a big fan of saying hello to the sun, then you’re probably keen to find new locations to see this beauty. We’ve put together a list of a few special places to watch the sunrise across the East Coast that might tickle your fancy.

Spring Beach

Head down to the water and watch the sunrise over Maria Island.

Photo credit: @khulmie


Binalong Bay, Bay of Fires

See why it’s really called the Bay of Fires (it’s not just the rocks when the sky turns it on).

Photo credit: Pete Harmsen


Cape Tourville Lighthouse, Coles Bay

A cape, a lighthouse and endless eastern views over the ocean. What could be a better way to start your day?

Photo credit: @raejmartens


Kelvedon Beach with Boatshed

The old boat shed sitting picturesquely on the point overlooking Great Oyster Bay and Schouten Island is one you can’t miss.

Photo credit: Steve Whitworth Photography

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