The Gardens at St. Helens plus part of the Bay of Fires.
One of the day trips we did when staying at St. Helens was to The Gardens, some of the road was gravel but was ok. The Gardens is a pretty area and the carpark was full, so we waited until a space was free. The photos are of the view at The Gardens in The Bay of Fires area.
The orange lichen on the granite boulders makes them uique but that's not the reason it's called Bay of Fires. The bay was named by Captain Tobias Furneaux in 1883 in response to the many Aboriginal fires he saw burning on it's shore.