Is there really a place called “Eggs and Bacon Bay?

Yes, there is and the book Chook Tails had a cartoon about it which you can see below. But first here is some information about the Bay.

“It is situated at the mouth of the Huon River in the state of Tasmania, Australia. Local legend says that Lady Jane Franklin, the wife of Tasmania’s fourth governor, stopped there for breakfast around 1840, giving the area its name. A historian consulted by the local council says that story is bogus, because the name precedes Lady Franklin’s mythical diner order by decades. 

The most likely culprit is the “eggs-and-bacon,” a wildflower that covers the slopes above the bay in November and December. This member of the pea family is named for its petals, which are a rich yellow on the outside and a streaky red in the middle.